Angelina along with several other actresses has written their own love letter to the French director for ‘Interview’ magazine and you can read the all the letters in the press archive and Angelina’s letter below.
Angelina Jolie, Actress and director
When I think of Agnès, I think of us sitting barefoot on the floor after a screening of one of her films, talking about life and laughing. How do I do her justice? She is a woman in full, who combines grace and intellect with an irresistible sense of fun and lightness of spirit. She has learned to find joy in life and she transmits that to everyone around her. She’s not interested in conforming to anyone else’s idea of what a woman or an artist should be, and her independence of mind is part of what makes her so distinctive. I think her impact will continue to grow with time. People often speak of how she broke new ground for women filmmakers—and she has—but to discuss it that way is to limit her contribution. She broke new ground as an artist, period.
Several magazine scans from 2018 have been added to the gallery and they are all listed below. We scanned the new Swedish magazine Mama for you as well and translated their exclusive interview with Angelina for the site, enjoy!
Hello (UK) – September 10, 2018
Grazia (UK) – August 27, 2018
People (US) – August 27, 2018
Mama (Sweden) – August 2018
Hello (UK) – July 9, 2018
People (US) – July 2, 2018
US Weekly (US) – July 2, 2018
Grazia (UK) – May 28, 2018
Hola (US) – May 1, 2018
Look (UK) – April 2, 2018
Hello (Georgia) – April 2018
On the surface she is a superwoman, but even a Hollywood mom is vulnerable. In an exclusive interview with Mama, Angelina Jolie tells about life as a single parent, the divorce of Brad Pitt, about the operations and about having a heart bleeding for a burning world.
It’s easy to believe that Angelina Jolie is a super woman. She is one of Hollywood’s best-paid actors, she has a flourishing career as a producer, scriptwriter and director and she puts both the strength and the money to make the world a better place. In addition, she is a mother of no less than six (!) Children.
But everything is not as perfect as it looks on the surface, she tells when Mama’s Tina Jøhnk Christensen meets her during the filming of the Disney film “Maleficent 2” in London. Even a superwoman puzzles and struggles to make life go together.
“I do not think it’s easy for any woman to catch up with both family, work and herself. The most important thing for me has been to try to prioritize. At the top of the list are the children always. Their happiness and health are always the most important. I try to build their self-esteem so that they become six strong individuals, who are humble and thoughtful at the same time.
Read full interview in the press archive!
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!
So we have several magazine alerts at the moment and Angelina is grazing many covers! Some we have scans of and some we still need so if you want to contribute, please do through here. And remember to go to our press archive to read all the latest interviews, we added the interview with Arabian Marie Claire today as well.
InStyle (US) – April 2018
Vogue (Russia) – April 2018
Elle (Singapore) – March 2018
Look (UK) – January 16, 2018
Elle (China) – April 2018 (2 different covers)
Harpers Bazaar (US) – April 2018
5perc Angol (Hungary) – March 2018
Elle (Bulgaria) – March 2018
Elle (Czech Republic) – March 2018
Elle (Serbia) – March 2018
Elle (South Korea) – March 2018
Elle (Ukraine) – March 2018
Party Medycyna Estetyczna (Poland) – March 2018
Harpers Bazaar (Indonesia) – February 2018
OK! (Pakistan) – January 2018
The Hollywood Reporter (Russia) – December/January 2018
Angelina will be in the April 2018 issue of InStyle Magazine but they have already published the online version. So you can either read it at their website or in our press archive.
On a chilly January evening, Angelina Jolie nestles into a couch inside the highly fragrant Guerlain boutique on Paris’s Champs-Élysées. We’re meeting to toast the launch of Mon Guerlain Eau de Parfum Florale, for which she is the face. Jolie’s face, apart from softly smoked eyes, looks natural. “We’re all pretty natural,” she says of her family. She takes her time as she discusses her makeup skills (they’re good, but daughter Zahara is more the enthusiast), her skin (cared for by a dermatologist since she was 11), and her views on what it’s like to age when you’re known as one of the world’s most beautiful women.