Angelina and Loung Ung went to Netflix’s First They Killed My Father The Contenders 2017 Panel in LA on November 4. They both looked beautiful and they also posed together for a wonderful portrait.
Finally got my hands on this magazine and I have scanned the whole article which contains two rare photos of Angelina from when she was shooting the Rolling Stones music video in 1997.
The article is actually about the photographer and music video director Samuel Bayer and I have always loved his shoots and videos and one of the the most famous is probably “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana.
Some great news to the lovely ladies – Angie and Loung Ung won the “Hollywood Foreign Language Film Award” and for First They Killed My Father and they ceremony is on Sunday, November 5 at the Beverly Hilton in California. And I’m guessing they both will attend! James Corden is going to host the awards ceremony and you can read more below:
Dick Clark productions announced today that Oscar-winner Angelina Jolie, and author-activist Loung Ung will receive the “Hollywood Foreign Language Film Award,” at the 21st Annual “Hollywood Film Awards” for their critically-acclaimed film First They Killed My Father, which has been selected by Cambodia’s Oscar submission for Best Foreign Language Film.
Jolie also directed the film and co-wrote the screenplay with Ung, who also serves as executive producer and whose gripping memoir the film is based upon.
Loung was five years old when the Khmer Rouge came to power, and the story is told through her eyes, from 1975 through 1978, depicting the indomitable spirit and devotion of her family as they struggle to stay together.
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.
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