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.
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.
A lovely new behind the scenes video from The Wrap photoshoot with Angie and Loung Ung has been released!
A new wonderful interview was released yesterday with Angie and Loung Ung by The Los Angeles Times and a new beautiful portrait was released along with the interview.
Angelina Jolie and Loung Ung are sitting in a conference room in the confines of Netflix’s shiny new Hollywood offices. It seems like any other day and, in many ways, for these longtime friends this interview is exactly that, another opportunity to make sure the world doesn’t forget the horrors that occurred in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge regime. It’s a mission that won’t end for either of them anytime soon.
Not only have the two women known each other for more than a decade, they are bound by their shared collaboration, the epic film “First They Killed My Father.” The film, released in September, adapted Ung’s 2000 fictionalized retelling of her family’s experiences. The celebrated work chronicles Ung’s childhood under the Khmer Rouge in the mid-1970s. Jolie directed the picture, which is Cambodia’s official entry for the foreign language Academy Award, and co-wrote the screenplay with Ung.
Read full interview in our press archive!