Angelina and her close friend and colleague Loung Ung went to a screening of First They Killed My Father at the Asian World Film Festival on October 30. Angie looked so beautiful in her dress!
They both came to answer audience questions after a the screening and they received a recognition award from the Festival Director Georges Chamchoum.
You can view more videos in the video archive.
Yesterday, Saturday Angelinas friend and director George Lucas hosted a special screening for First They Killed My Father in San Francisco. Both Angie and Loung Ung went there and George held a speech honoring them both.
So Angie and Loung Ung went to two more screening of First They Killed My Father in Los Angeles yesterday. One at the Girls Academic Leadership Academy (GALA) and the other one at Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach.
Angie attended the The Breadwinner Premiere in Hollywood, CA last night, a movie that she has been involved in by being a producer. With her was both Zahara and Shiloh. The movie has received really good reviews at every screening and premiere and it’s always so much fun when her projects are successful!
You can also view some videos from the event in the archive.
Angelina will attend the Hollywood Reporter Women in Entertainment Breakfast on December 6, an event she has attended previous years as well. She will also make a speech, which we look forward to a lot!
Angelina Jolie will deliver the keynote speech, while Meryl Streep is set to honor Amy Pascal and $1 million in scholarships will be presented at the star-studded event.
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and distinguished film producer-executive Amy Pascal will be honored at The Hollywood Reporter’s 2017 Women in Entertainment breakfast, it was announced Thursday. The star-studded gala will take place Dec. 6 at Milk Studios in Los Angeles.
Academy Award winning actress-filmmaker Angelina Jolie will deliver the keynote speech at the VIP event, where $1 million in university scholarships will be given to young women from disadvantaged backgrounds who have taken part in THR’s highly competitive, 8-year-old Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program.