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New interview with Australian Vogue

A new interview with Angelina made by Australian Vogue and Angie discusses her work with Guerlain, femininity, feminism and what lessons she tries to teach her daughters.

“Equality is not about us all being the same. It is about the freedom to make our own choices and live our own lives fully, not at the expense of men, but alongside men.”

In early 2017, Angelina Jolie was selected as the face of Guerlain’s Mon Guerlain fragrance, a choice that Jolie noted at the time was an easy one, thanks to her late mother Marcheline Bertrand’s fondness for the French beauty house.

Jolie was the first Hollywood actress to have ever co-created a fragrance for the house (a coup to say the least) and now, thanks to the release of the Mon Guerlain eau de toilette, Jolie has given Vogue Australia unprecedented access into her world to celebrate her affinity for the brand.

Here, Jolie opens up to Vogue to discuss femininity, raising her family and the remarkable women who inspire her.

What values do you identify the most with the Maison Guerlain?
“When you visit the Guerlain House on the Champs-Elysées you get a sense of the history of the company. It is the oldest perfume house in the world. For nearly 200 years they’ve been making perfumes that celebrate femininity in all its forms. But I’d never endorsed a perfume before, and would not have unless I was sure of the values and ethos of the company. They have a genuine commitment to the environment, sustainable development and the communities they work with. That’s what brought us together.”

Read full interview in the press archive!

Categories Other Projects   Why Are We Creative?

Angelina in documentary “Why Are We Creative?”

Angie will appear in a new documentary called Why Are We Creative?, release date is yet to come! This article was posted a while ago but we didn’t find out until now 🙂

Paris-based sales company Celluloid Dreams has taken world sales rights to Hermann Vaske’s feature documentary Why Are We Creative? which explores the question of creativity through interviews with more than 50 top movers and shakers in the worlds of culture, business and science, including David Bowie, Quentin Tarantino, Angelina Jolie, Vivienne Westwood and John Cleese.

The documentary pulls together interviews conducted by German director, author and producer Vaske with more than 50 luminaries in their fields over a 30-year period.

They include Bowie, Ai Weiwei, Björk, Wim Wenders, Philippe Stark, Yoko Ono, John Hegarty, David Lynch, Yohji Yamamoto, Damien Hirst, Jolie, Nobuyoshi Araki, Tarantino, Bono, Nick Cave, Neo Rauch, Stephen Hawkins, the Dalai Lama, Peter Ustinov, Marina Abramovic, Diane Kruger, Julian Schnabel, John Cleese, Jimmy Page, Westwood, Takeshi Kitano and many others.

“Einstein wanted to know why God created the world, I wanted to know why people are creative. A naive and stupid question that brought me the most unique cast in the world,” says Vaske.

The documentary is produced by Vaske’s company Emotional Network Production, with the support of Hessenfilm und Medien, Deutscher Filmförderfonds DFFF and ZDF 3Sat. Rise and Shine has taken German distribution rights to the film, which is expected to premiere on the international festival circuit this autumn.

“I was immediately hooked with the simple concept of this documentary by Hermann Vaske who has been asking world personalities for over 30 years one question. This question becomes timeless and essential,” said Celluloid Dreams founder and president Hengameh Panahi.

Categories Other Projects   Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema

Angelina to star in documentary about women directors

New documentary in which Angelina will star alongside several other female directors, the lovely Tilda Swinton will narrate and Mark Cousins will direct.

In among Venice’s typically stellar documentary line-up was Northern Irish director Mark Cousins’ next film: Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema.

More details are emerging today about the episodic 16-hour documentary, whose first four hours will debut on the Lido and be narrated by Tilda Swinton. The film will celebrate female directors from around the world.

The project is produced by Hopscotch Films, with Dogwoof handling world sales. Swinton will also serve as an executive producer on the movie, which is debuting in Venice’s Classics strand.

Cousins writes and directs, with John Archer from Hopscotch producing. Four years in the making and still in production, the finished film will be ready in spring 2019.

The epic undertaking is made up of forty chapters to be narrated by Swinton and other leading women in cinema who have yet to be announced. According to the production, “using almost a thousand film extracts from thirteen decades and five continents, the film will show how films are made, shot and edited; how stories are shaped and how movies depict life, love, politics, humour and death, all through the lens of some of the world’s greatest women directors.”

Among female directors spotlighted in the film will be Agnes Varda, Jane Campion, Angelina Jolie, Lynne Ramsay, Sally Potter, Lois Weber, Anne Hui, Safi Faye, Mania Akbari, Binka Zhelyazkova and Clio Barnard.

Cousins’ previous movies include The Eyes Of Orson Welles, which played at Cannes this year, The Story Of Film: An Odyssey and I Am Belfast.

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“Guerlain” launches new version of ‘Mon Guerlain’ perfume

It was announced on July 27, 2018, that the French cosmetics brand Guerlain will launch a third version of the perfume “Mon Guerlain”. They have also released a new commercial with several new scenes and a print ad for this campaign which you can view below and in the photo gallery.

The third edition of the “Mon Guerlain” line arrives in September 2018 and was named “Mon Guerlain Eau de Toilette”, which this time will come radiant, fresh and cheerful, as a hymn to life, dedicating a dedication to contemporary femininity that has multiple layers. This new version of the fragrance was developed by Thierry Wasser and Delphine Jelk and combines the notes of lavender with tangerine.

Lavender expresses purity, honesty and strength while mandarin reflects the ability to accept the surprises of life with joy and pleasure. In the top notes of the new perfume are tangerine and lavender. On the heart notes is the Jasmine Sambac and on the base note is the vanilla.

Categories Bright Path: The Jim Thorpe Story   Other Projects   Producer

Angelina Producing Biopic on Native American Athlete Jim Thorpe

So many new interesting projects is up for Angelina at the moment! She will next produce a movie about the athlete Jim Thorpe. And she said herself:

“I’m honored to be working on this project. I have had the privilege of spending time with Bill Thorpe, and will be listening to and guided by the Tribes and the Thorpe family in the making of this film.”

Continue reading more about the project below:

Angelina Jolie and Escape Artist Productions’ Todd Black and Steve Tisch will produce “Bright Path: The Jim Thorpe Story,” the upcoming feature about legendary Native American athlete Jim Thorpe.

Martin Sensmeier will executive produce and star as the world-renowned athlete. Abraham Taylor is also on board to produce. Taylor, Alex Nibley and Sterlin Harjo penned the original screenplay. Josh Aker will additionally executive produce, along with Justine Hunt for Box of Daylight Productions.

Regarded as one of the greatest athletes in the history of modern sports, Thorpe was also a member of the Sac and Fox Nation. In 1912, he won two Olympic gold medals representing the United States while his citizenship went unrecognized during a period of cultural genocide for Native Americans. He went on to play Major League Baseball, professional football and eventually founded the organization that became the NFL.
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