We have sorted and gone through our collection of magazines and photoshoots from 2011 and this year Angelina was promoting both In the Land of Blood and Honey and Kung Fu Panda 2 so this year had a lot of gorgeous shoots! You can view all interviews through the press library as well if you prefer that.
This feels amazing! We have now completed the task of adding Bluray- and DVD screencaptures, extras and video clips from all of Angelina’s films and not only that – we have also added screencaptures from all versions of each film. With Alexander having 4 versions, Salt 3 and several films having a theatrical version and a director’s cut etc. We decided to do this because some scenes are only featured in some specific versions and we didn’t want to miss anything. This was a huge project and we are very happy to be finished and we hope you are as well!
So now 2013 and 2012’s magazine scans and photoshoots has been sorted and added to the gallery and we have already started on previous years so expect a lot more to come in a short time! Angelina didn’t have any major releases these two years so it was less interviews made and she was featured in less magazines but the lovely photoshoot taken in 2013 with her hero and friend Louis Zamperini for the release of Unbroken in 2014.
Angelina attended the PSVI Film Festival and the Fighting Stigma through Film event today and the festival runs from November 23 to 24 at the British Film Institute in London. She opened the festival with holding a speech at the reception and she begun with the quote, “The power of film and storytelling can help fight stigma and discrimination.”
“The power of storytelling to help us understand evidence and empathy.”
Angelina was wearing a white dress, wearing a black overcoat, and attended the fans, taking pictures and handing out autographs. She held a Q&A at the “City of Joy” Screening as you can see in videos and photos in the gallery.
‘The Fighting Stigma Through Film’ festival is organized by the PSVI (Sexual Violence Prevention Initiative) and will feature a number of films and documentaries that address the issue of sexual violence. The 2-day festival includes screenings of 38 films and documentaries from around the world.