Angelina Jolie makes Toronto International Film Festival a family affair

New film new journey after divorce

One of her daughters Vivienne was also seen holding hands with Sareum Srey Moch, a child actress who is portraying a role in movie "First They Killed My Father".

Jolie adopted Maddox, her first child, from Cambodia, where her new film premiered in February.

She recently spoke to the Telegraph about her current status, saying: "I don't enjoy being single. His country had to teach him".

Jolie kept it in the family, minus ex-husband Brad Pitt, bringing her six children to the premiere of the film which is based on author Loung Ung's experience as a child soldier under the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime that seized control of Cambodia in 1975. "And I do love it!" she said. "They're getting older now, so the older ones help the younger ones, and actually they're quite efficient".

Jolie posed with Shiloh, Zahara, Knox, and Vivienne as soon as they arrived at the screening and the kids smiled for the cameras like real pros!

First They Killed My Father had its Cambodian premiere in Siem Riep on February 18, and its American premiere at the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado on September 2.

And while her portrayal of Sleeping Beauty's nemesis may have seemed flawless to those who watched the talented actress in the film, Angelina said she initially had doubts about her abilities.

Among the topics of discussion: how her late mother, Marcheline Bertrand, inspired her to become an actress. "I didn't want to use that word". "I think it's very important to cry in the shower and not in front of them. With all that's accessible to us sometimes we get completely overwhelmed and we don't know what to believe and what to do, so I'm just trying to listen to other women, I'm trying to lend my voice where possible", Jolie told the Women in the World summit in an afternoon panel. "They were very fearless". She decided to make things clear ... Jolie told Reuters that her philanthropic activities for the United Nations refugee agency as a special delegate, inspired her on the same. Again I find myself typing the words, "It's an unquestionably worthy story, I just wish it was told with more inventiveness".

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