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“The Hollywood Reporter” photos and interview

Angelina got interviewed by The Hollywood Reporter alongside several other directors and we have a new photoshoot, magazines scans and videos. Really nice videos has been released from the directors roundtable and hopefully more photos will be released. Read the full interview here and view photos and videos on links below.

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“Psychologies – January 2018” magazine scans

Here is scans from the Psychologies magazine that is already out in stores. The photoshoot is an older one though but enjoy the read! Thanks to our friend Angie for these <3

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Go and see an interview panel with Angelina and Loung Ung in December

Here is your chance to go to an event and listen to a conversation panel/interview with Angelina and Loung ung about First They Killed My Father. If I had the chance I would buy tickets at once! The event will be at Kaufmann Concert Hall, New York on December 14th. Go and grab your tickets here!

Angelina Jolie with Special Guest Loung Ung, followed by a screening of their film, First They Killed My Father

Actor-Director-Producer-Writer Angelina Jolie, with Cambodian author and activist Loung Ung, will talk with Moderator Annette Insdorf about their film, First They Killed My Father, which will be screened after the onstage discussion.

Although Angelina Jolie is best known for her performances in such films as Girl, Interrupted (for which she won an Academy Award), Lara Croft, A Mighty Heart (as Mariane Pearl), Salt and Maleficent, she has become a major creative force behind the camera. First They Killed My Father is her fourth film as a director, following In the Land of Blood and Honey, Unbroken and By the Sea.

She also co-wrote the screenplay with Loung Ung, whose bestselling memoir the film is based upon. The story is told through her eyes, from the age of five — starting in 1975, when the Khmer Rouge came to power — to nine years old. Ung also serves as an Executive Producer on the film.

First They Killed My Father (2 hours, 16 minutes) is a Netflix film, produced by Jolie and Rithy Panh, the renowned Cambodian director of the Oscar-nominated The Missing Picture, and himself a survivor of the Khmer Rouge. It is the official entry from Cambodia for the Academy Award for Best Foreign-Language Film.

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New magazine scans and alerts

Scans as been added of The Hollywood Reporter November 20, 2017 issue as well as the Chilean version of Harper’s Bazaar. So be sure to check these out and besides these, Angelina is on the cover of the UK magazine Psychologies which is out in stores January 2018. If you are able to scan it for us, please contact us.

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The Los Angeles Times – ‘The Directors Roundtable’ interview

The Directors Roundtable interview made by The Los Angeles Times has been released and you can read it on our press archive. It’s a very interesting interview, so be sure not to miss out on it! Some more photos was posted from the photoshoot as well and Angelina looks stunning, as usual.

Go to The Los Angeles Times website to view several videos from the interview.

The Envelope gathered seven filmmakers for its annual Directors Roundtable — with the strongest representation of women to date. The wide-ranging conversation, led by The Times’ Mark Olsen, included Darren Aronofsky (“mother!”), Sean Baker (“The Florida Project”), Kathryn Bigelow (“Detroit”), Guillermo del Toro (“The Shape of Water”), Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”), Angelina Jolie (“First They Killed My Father”) and Jordan Peele (“Get Out”). The group found commonalities in their works, the outsider stories, the power of the parable, the emotional truths. And then there was that director who called Aronofsky’s “mother!” weird, how’d that go over? Here’s an excerpt from their conversation edited for length and clarity.

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