Education is key to fighting humanitarian crises: Angelina Jolie

13 September, 2017, 00:27 | Author: Warren Cooper
  • Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

The film tells the story of 11-year-old Parvana (voiced by Chaudry), whose life, along with her family's, is thrown into turmoil when her father is imprisoned by the Taliban. She opened up about Maddox, who served as an executive producer on the movie, in an interview with E! "It actually in some ways been given even more because we had such a strong premiere in Cambodia and the push and ability to have it across the states", Angelina told Variety.

According to The Canadian Press as run online by The Toronto Star, Angelina said at the Women In The World Canada Summit: 'There's just so much for all of us to do and the first and foremost is we have to just get the best education'.

These days Angelina Jolie can't wipe the smile off her face. I was able to say, you have a job, get over here, help me with this...

The A-lister Angelina Jolie arrived Toronto International Film festival with all her kids who are supporting their mother always. Jolie directed, co-wrote and co-produced the film. "If I am to continue to be in this business I'd love to work with my children if they choose to be in this business".

"(But) films like this that spark discussions between adults and children, I think, are never a bad thing and using a respectful and responsible way to telling stories like this".

"Angelina knows that Brad will start dating somebody else at some point, but she doesn't know anything about the rumors of Brad dating Ruth Negga as she tries her hardest to stay away from anything on the internet that isn't news related", a source close to Jolie explained to Hollywood Life on September 10. "I'm not ready", she told People, revealing she put in a lot of effort to nail her take on the villainous character.

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"I wanted to learn more about the war of Yugoslavia".

Jolie added, "The film is about family".

The actress was joined by five of her six children on the red carpet.

"The accent and everything about her was discovered when I was giving my kids baths", said the mother of six.

After Jolie's remarkable achievement in the world of acting, her ingress into the world of filmmaking already looks promising.



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