Angelina attended two more events yesterday, The Breadwinner Premiere After Party and the “In Conversation with…” – a discussion panel. Angelina kept the white theme and was wearing a beautiful blouse for this event.
She has arrived! Angelina and her kids Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne arrived to The Breadwinner Premiere a while ago and Angelina was wearing white dress pants and looked wonderful as usual! More photos will come shortly!
Angie is the producer of The Breadwinner which is based on the book “The Other Face”, by Canadian writer Deborah Ellis. It was released in 2004, based on the actual testimony that the author collected at a refugee camp in Pakistan, the plot of “The Breadwinner” takes place in the city of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.
The story follows the domination of the extremist Islamic Taliban militia that imposed its fear regime in Afghanistan between 1996 and 2001, from the perspective of the girl Parvana.
EDIT: Many HQ’s has been added and more to come!
Here is Angelina and her films schedule for the upcoming Toronto Film Festival.
– The Breadwinner is showing on 3 days. The 8th, 10th and 16th of Sept.
– FTFMF is showing on the 11th, 12th, 15th and 17th of Sept.
– “In Conversation With…” programme includes boundary-pushing actor, director, producer and humanitarian Angelina Jolie.
10:02 AM – Aug 22, 2017
New project for Angelina and it sounds like an important movie and hopefully it will reach out to a lot of people.
Angelina Jolie is throwing her support behind an animated movie with an important message.
“I am proud to be a part of this beautiful film with this timely and very important subject matter,” Jolie says of her involvement in the film. “Millions of girls around the world have to grow up before their time, working to provide for their families at a very young age and in difficult circumstances. They have the strength to do what no one should ask little girls to do. I hope this film is able to bring this discussion to a broader audience.”
Based on the novel by Deborah Ellis, The Breadwinner follows a young Afghan girl who cuts her hair and poses as a boy to save her family after her father gets arrested. In theaters this fall, the movie comes from the team behind Oscar-nominated films Song of the Sea and Secret of Kells.
Jolie recently directed the First They Killed My Father, a drama due on Netflix this fall about the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia, and also took a seat in the director’s chair for 2015’s By the Sea and 2014’s Unbroken. She previously also served as executive producer on the Disney hit Maleficent.