Mon Guerlain has released a new commercial with several new scenes and Angelina looks so beautiful in it, enjoy!
The official trailer for The Breadwinner has been released and you can view it below, there is also a new interview with the creator and cast of the film and they speak about Angelina and how she helped the project happen!
A new wonderful interview was released yesterday with Angie and Loung Ung by The Los Angeles Times and a new beautiful portrait was released along with the interview.
Angelina Jolie and Loung Ung are sitting in a conference room in the confines of Netflix’s shiny new Hollywood offices. It seems like any other day and, in many ways, for these longtime friends this interview is exactly that, another opportunity to make sure the world doesn’t forget the horrors that occurred in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge regime. It’s a mission that won’t end for either of them anytime soon.
Not only have the two women known each other for more than a decade, they are bound by their shared collaboration, the epic film “First They Killed My Father.” The film, released in September, adapted Ung’s 2000 fictionalized retelling of her family’s experiences. The celebrated work chronicles Ung’s childhood under the Khmer Rouge in the mid-1970s. Jolie directed the picture, which is Cambodia’s official entry for the foreign language Academy Award, and co-wrote the screenplay with Ung.
Read full interview in our press archive!
Angelina is currently in Vancouver, Canada at the UN Peacekeeping Summit and she is the keynote speaker. She will be talking about the issues of sexual abuse and exploitation of women in conflict zones.
There is so many reasons to admire Angelina and one is her strength to keep fighting for women all over the world. <3 Angelina let the Canadian magazine, The Huffington Post to read some of her speech and you can read it in our press archive:
“It is on our television screens and in our newspapers. Why then, does nothing change?”
Angelina Jolie believes there are three myths as to why sexual violence — which the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network defines as a “non-legal term that refers to crimes like sexual assault, rape, and sexual abuse” — still occurs in conflict zones and elsewhere, despite the advancements made around the world.
The 42-year-old actor, mother and Special Envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is giving a keynote speech in Vancouver today at the UN Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial Summit. HuffPost Canada got an exclusive first look at excerpts from her speech.