|Birth Date||:||19 November 1962|
|Birth Place||:||Los Angeles, California, United States|
Alicia Christian "Jodie" Foster is an American actress and director. She has received two Academy Awards, three British Academy Film Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and the Cecil B. DeMille Award. For her work as a director, she has been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award.
A Very Long Engagement [27 October 2004 (France)]
Mathilde, a young woman, embarks on a journey to look for her fiance Manech, who is soldier stationed at Somme during World War I and is said to be dead along with four other soldiers.
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore [9 December 1974]
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore is a 1974 American dramedy film directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Robert Getchell. It stars Ellen Burstyn as a widow who travels with her preteen son across the Southwestern United States in search of a better life.
Anna and the King [6 December 1999 (Malaysia)]
Anna, a teacher assigned to teach King Mongkut's children, finds her life changing when she falls in love with the king.
Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché [19 April 2019 (USA)]
Exploring the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, a French screenwriter, director and producer, and true pioneer of cinema who made the first narrative fiction film.
Beach House [28 October 1977 (Italy)]
The dressing -- and undressing -- room of a beach house is visited by a bizarre variety of characters whose lives become hopelessly entangled.
Bugsy Malone [26 June 1976 (United Kingdom)]
Unusual spoof of old gangster movies in which a cast made up entirely of children sings and dances its way around Prohibition-era sets, substituting toy guns and whipped cream for machine guns and bullets.
Candleshoe [16 December 1977]
When ex-con artist Harry (Leo McKern) claims that a secret treasure is hidden inside Candleshoe, an English estate, he creates an elaborate plan to find and steal the prize. By convincing a girl named Casey (Jodie Foster) to impersonate the estate owner's granddaughter, Harry hopes to uncover the treasure's location. But when Casey has a change of heart, she must follow the clues and find the treasure, in order to save Candleshoe and stop Harry before it is too late.… MORE
Carnage [13 November 2002 (France)]
Characters (Chiara Mastroianni, Ángela Molina, Lio) come upon various body parts of a bull that was slain in the ring.
Carny [13 June 1980]
Frankie (Gary Busey) and Patch (Robbie Robertson) are partners in a traveling carnival who scam customers into wasting money on their dunk-tank act. At one of its small-town destinations, the carnival attracts 18-year-old Donna (Jodie Foster), a teenager bored with her annoying boyfriend and her job as a waitress. Donna joins the carnival as an exotic dancer and learns the ins and outs of carny life, but the developing love triangle between her, Frankie and Patch threatens to destroy their show.… MORE
Catchfire [3 April 1990]
While fixing a flat tire, artist Anne Benton (Jodie Foster) sees a mob killing. She reports the murder to the local police, but they are unable to protect her from Mafia don Lino Avoca (Vincent Price), who orders hitman Milo (Dennis Hopper) to track her down and kill her. Anne changes her identity, moves to Seattle and builds a new life, while Milo, preparing for his mission, becomes increasingly obsessed with her. When he finally finds Anne, Milo needs to decide what his next move will be.… MORE
Contact [11 July 1997 (Canada)]
Dr Ellie, a radio astronomer, discovers the existence of intelligent aliens through radio signals. She and a group of fellow scientists decipher the instructions that they send to build a machine.
Echoes of a Summer [6 February 1976 (Canada)]
Deirdre Striden (Jodie Foster) is a perceptive 11-year-old who has an incurable heart condition. Her mother, Ruth (Lois Nettleton), wants to continue to take her to new doctors, although she knows that treatment is futile. Her father, Eugene (Richard Harris), thinks she should be at their lake house, living in denial of her condition. It is only through her friendship with her 9-year-old neighbor, Philip (Brad Savage), that Deirdre is able to honestly face the reality of death.… MORE
Elysium [7 August 2013 (Taiwan)]
Max undertakes a mission to the luxurious space station, Elysium, inhabited by the rich. However, his journey leads to the end of injustice and brings equality to the people on Earth.
Five Corners [11 September 1987 (Finland)]
This unusual film follows the unhinged Heinz (John Turturro), a rapist who has been released from prison, as he attempts to court Linda (Jodie Foster), a young woman whom he previously attacked. Coming to Linda's aid is Jamie (Todd Graff), her disabled boyfriend, while Harry (Tim Robbins), her protector from the earlier incident, is preoccupied with joining the civil rights movement. As Heinz' behavior grows increasingly bizarre, the offbeat tale moves towards its dramatic conclusion.… MORE
Foxes [29 February 1980]
In the late 1970s, four teenage girls from San Fernando Valley, Calif., deal with the rampant dysfunction in their lives. Deirdre (Kandice Stroh) pursues one boy after another, avoiding any commitment. Escaping the abuse of her father, Annie (Cherie Currie) resorts to drug use to ease her painful reality. Overweight Madge (Marilyn Kagan) feels constant pressure to live up to the wild ways of her friends. As the most stable of the group, Jeanie (Jodie Foster) must watch over all of them.… MORE
Freaky Friday [17 December 1976 (Los Angeles)]
Annabel Andrews (Jodie Foster) and her mother, Ellen (Barbara Harris), don't always see eye to eye. After a particularly frustrating argument on Friday the 13th, the two simultaneously wish they could switch places -- and suddenly their wish is granted. Each discovers how difficult it is to be in the other's shoes, with Ellen causing chaos at Annabel's school, and Annabel unable to deal with her mother's domestic duties. The two learn a lot about themselves and their relationship in the process.… MORE
Home For The Holidays 
Hotel Artemis [19 May 2018 (Regency Village Theatre)]
As rioting rocks Los Angeles in the year 2028, disgruntled thieves make their way to Hotel Artemis -- a 13-story, members-only hospital for criminals. It's operated by the Nurse, a no-nonsense, high-tech healer who already has her hands full with a French assassin, an arms dealer and an injured cop. As the violence of the night continues, the Nurse must decide whether to break her own rules and confront what she's worked so hard to avoid.… MORE
Inside Man [16 March 2006 (Netherlands)]
The mastermind behind a bank robbery in Manhattan has planned the heist in great detail. A detective tries to negotiate with him, but the involvement of a broker worsens the situation further.
Kansas City Bomber [2 August 1972 (USA)]
Roller girl K.C. Carr (Raquel Welch) skates for the Kansas City Bombers, until a rivalry with one of her own teammates gets her traded to the Portland Loggers. The team proves to be a mess, run by the dishonest Burt Henry (Kevin McCarthy) and led by drunken captain Jackie Burdette (Helena Kallianiotes). The only teammate K.C. befriends is the veteran "Horrible" Hank Hopkins (Norman Alden). But when Hank ends up being traded, K.C. is forced to fight back against her crooked team.… MORE
Little Man Tate [18 October 1991 (USA)]
A single mother struggles to bring up her son. But when she discovers that he is a genius, she is determined to ensure that he gets all the opportunities that he needs, and is not taken advantage of.
Maverick [20 May 1994 (USA)]
Maverick is a gambler who needs an additional three thousand dollars to enter a Winner Take All poker game. He joins forces with a woman gambler and they both try their best to enter the game.
Menace on the Mountain [1 March 1970]
A 14-year-old (Mitch Vogel) protects his mother (Pat Crowley) from a bully (Albert Salmi) and defends their home against Civil War deserters.
Mesmerized [Michael Laughlin]
An orphan (Jodie Foster) weds an older man (John Lithgow) in circa-1900 New Zealand, then finds out he's a miser who spies on her.
Moi, fleur bleue 
Moi, fleur bleue is a 1977 French film directed by Éric Le Hung. The film is sometimes known in English as "Stop Calling Me Baby!". It starred Jodie Foster as Isabelle Tristran, nicknamed "Fleur bleue".
Money Monster [12 May 2016 (Hong Kong)]
Financial expert Lee Gates hosts a show where he gives out advice about investments. During a shoot, an angry Kyle, who has lost money after investing in a company backed by Gates, takes him hostage.
Napoleon and Samantha [5 July 1972]
After his grandfather's death, Napoleon escapes to the wild with his pet lion and his friend Samantha. However, he decides to go back to the city when he is convinced by Danny.
Nell [16 December 1994 (USA)]
Cut off from the modern world, Nell (Jodie Foster) is a wild child, who has lived her entire life with her mother in an isolated mountain cabin in North Carolina. When her mother dies, she is found by kindly Dr. Jerome Lovell (Liam Neeson), who is fascinated by Nell and the language she has developed. Lovell and the equally curious psychologist Dr. Paula Olsen (Natasha Richardson) eventually camp out near Nell's cabin, slowly introducing her to the larger world she's never known.… MORE
Nim's Island [4 April 2008 (USA)]
Imagination and reality collide when young Nim's father goes missing at sea. Fate brings to her the author of the Alex Rover series, her favourite books, and together they try to find Nim's father.
O'Hara's Wife [8 July 1982 (Australia)]
A hard-working lawyer (Edward Asner) is the only one who can see and hear the ghost (Mariette Hartley) of his late wife.
One Little Indian [20 June 1973]
An Army deserter (James Garner) flees by camel across the desert with a white boy (Clay O'Brien) raised by Indians.
Panic Room [21 June 2002 (India)]
Meg and Sarah hide in a panic room in their house when intruders break in. Unfortunately for them, the intruders want something that is hidden inside the room and will stop at nothing to claim it.
Shadows and Fog [5 December 1991 (USA)]
Kleinman, a cowardly bookkeeper, is assigned the task of finding a dangerous murderer who is on the loose. When certain circumstantial evidence points towards him, he must prove his innocence.
Siesta [9 August 1973]
When Army Green Beret Gordon (Paul Winfield) returns from Vietnam to Harlem in the early 1970s, he finds a different kind of war has been waged in his absence. Drug dealers and pimps have invaded his once-peaceful neighborhood, and their victims include his wife, now dead of an overdose. Reassembling his Army unit with fellow soldiers Bee (Carl Lee), Otis (David Downing) and Roy (Tony King), Gordon mounts a full-scale guerrilla war against the criminals and the businessmen behind them.… MORE
Smile Jenny, You're Dead 
A San Diego private eye (David Janssen) falls for a murder suspect (Andrea Marcovicci) who is a model.
Sommersby [5 February 1993 (USA)]
John is presumed dead after he fails to return from the Civil War. His wife, Laurel, is set to marry her neighbour, Orin Mecham, but he mysteriously returns after six years.
Stealing Home [26 August 1988]
A washed-up baseball player, Mark Harmon, is called back home to collect the ashes of his childhood sweetheart who had committed suicide. While doing so, he remembers the relationship they had.
Svengali [9 March 1983]
A rock singer (Jodie Foster) thrives as her need grows for her flamboyant voice coach (Peter O'Toole), who demands discipline.
Taxi Driver [8 February 1976 (USA)]
Travis, an ex-marine and Vietnam veteran, works as a taxi driver in New York City. One day, he is driven to save an underage prostitute from her pimp in an effort to clean the city of its corruption.
The Accused [14 October 1988 (USA)]
After Sarah is gang-raped by three men at a local bar, she and her district attorney Katheryn set out to prosecute the rapists as well as the men who encouraged them.
The Baby Dance [23 August 1998]
Pregnant mother Wanda LeFauve (Laura Dern) ekes out a government-assisted living with her jobless husband, Al (Richard Lineback), and their four children, in a rundown trailer park. In a desperate bid for money, Wanda answers a classified ad from a wealthy Hollywood woman, Rachel Luckman (Stockard Channing), and her husband, Richard (Peter Riegert), who are seeking a newborn to adopt. They make an agreement and tensely await the baby's birth, but each faces a profound struggle with the decision.… MORE
The Beaver [6 May 2011 (USA)]
Walter, a depressed executive, hits rock-bottom when his wife kicks him out of the house. At his lowest point, he begins to use a beaver hand puppet to communicate with people and overcome his issues.
The Blood of Others [25 August 1984]
A fashion designer (Jodie Foster) and a political activist (Michael Ontkean) fall in love in World War II Paris.
The Brave One [14 September 2007 (USA)]
After a brutal attack which results in the death of her fiance, Erica is traumatised. She decides to take the law into her own hands and track down the killers.
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys [14 June 2002 (USA)]
Francis Doyle (Emile Hirsch) and Tim Sullivan (Kieran Culkin), and their closest friends, are fighting the stultifying repression of their parish school. Foremost among the forces of evil is the stern and disapproving nun, Sister Assumpta (Jodie Foster), who rules their lives. She seizes their artwork one day, setting the boys on an obsessed trail of revenge that ultimately changes their lives.… MORE
The Hotel New Hampshire [9 March 1984 (USA)]
Based on the novel by John Irving, this unusual comedic drama follows the exploits of the eccentric hotel-operating Berry family. While there are many strange dynamics between the various members of the Berry clan, arguably the most unconventional is the almost incestuous relationship that young, handsome John (Rob Lowe) has with his pretty sister, Franny (Jodie Foster). As the patriarch, Win (Beau Bridges), tries to keep his family together, unexpected events occur, changing them all forever.… MORE
The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane [25 December 1976 (Sweden)]
Quiet, withdrawn 13-year-old Rynn Jacobs (Jodie Foster) lives peacefully in her home in a New England beach town. Whenever the prying landlady (Alexis Smith) inquires after Rynn's father, she politely claims that he's in the city on business. But when the landlady's creepy and increasingly persistent son, Frank (Martin Sheen), won't leave Rynn alone, she teams up with kindly neighbor boy Mario (Scott Jacoby) to maintain the dark family secret that she's been keeping to herself.… MORE
The Silence of the Lambs [1991 (Taiwan)]
Clarice Starling, an FBI agent, seeks help from Hannibal Lecter, a psychopathic serial killer and former psychiatrist, in order to apprehend another serial killer who has been claiming female victims.
Tom Sawyer [15 March 1973]
Tom Sawyer and his pal Huckleberry Finn have great adventures on the Mississippi River, pretending to be pirates.
Waking the Dead [24 March 2000]
Fielding Pierce (Billy Crudup) has long been on the road to political candidacy. After the Coast Guard, he enrolls in law school and meets firebrand activist Sarah Williams (Jennifer Connelly). Taken by her passion and beauty, Fielding pursues her. But their romance is cut short when she is killed doing aid work in Chile. Nearly a decade later, Fielding is closer than ever to his political dreams, but he is haunted by visions, and by a growing feeling that Sarah is alive.… MORE
- 19 November 1962.
- Los Angeles, California, United States.
- 1.6 m.