Angelina wanted to show support for the Cambodia’s film making community as she visited the Cambodia Town Film Festival yesterday, September 15 in Long Beach, California. She looked effortlessly chic in a black tank top and tan skirt as she posed with the event’s participants.
On June 28, 2018, Angelina honored the 200th anniversary of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, in the Cathedral of St. Paul in London.
She wore an ivory dress by the London designer Ralph & Russo and she completed the look with a metal pouch and a small bare hat, known as a cap. The brooch worn by her in the event, actually an Insignia, is called the Great Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George.
Angelina is Honorary Lady of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George since 2014. The title was granted by the Queen of England and recognizes the services rendered to British foreign policy and the efforts in foreign countries mainly for her work in putting an end to sexual violence in war zones.
This Sunday, May 6, American filmmaker Angelina Jolie took her four – Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne – from her six children to visit the Museum of Tolerance, located in the city of Los Angeles, in the United States. A photo of Jolie next to her children was shared by the Museum’s official Twitter.
Today we had special visitors at the MOT. #AngelinaJolie with her family spent their Sunday at the Museum. In the picture, with Rabbi Hier, Founder and Dean of the @simonwiesenthal . pic.twitter.com/fzrlFxjfuG
— Museum of Tolerance (@musoftolerance) May 7, 2018
The Museum of Tolerance (MOT) was designed to analyze racism and prejudice in the United States and the world, with a strong focus on the history of the Holocaust. MOT has also expanded to Jerusalem, where a “Center for Human Dignity” is under construction, and is sponsored by the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
The Los Angeles Museum of Tolerance was opened in 1993 as an educational weapon of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and receives around 350,000 visitors a year, about one-third of which are school children. One of the museum’s most talked about exhibits is “Holocaust Section”, where visitors are divided into groups to experience some of the World War II events. These experiences are then discussed later. The museum also features testimonials from Holocaust survivors, often volunteers who have survived, who tell their stories and answer questions. Along with Holocaust-related institutions, the Museum has brought the focus to other episodes of mass destruction and collective discrimination.
The queen has arrived at the BAFTA’s in London and we don’t have to keep saying how gorgeous she looks, do we? 🙂 She wears a beautiful black dress by “Ralph&Russo” and with her is friend and colleague Loung Ung.
And as you probably know by now is First They Killed My Father nominated in the category “Film not in the English Language” category –
and soon we will know if they win!
Unfortunately didn’t First They Killed My Father win and the prize went to The Handmaiden, so congratulations to everyone involved in that film! View all the winners here and as a consolation, we have added 100s of HQ photos and several videos from the event, so enjoy!
Angelina was honoured with the “ASC Board of Governors Award” for her contributions to cinema at the American Society Of Cinematographers Awards last night and people have been posting positively about her speech
but we are yet to find a video of it. View her lovely and inspiring speech below!
“I’m grateful that I have never been made to feel like a female director, but that my job was to be a good director.”