Angelina Jolie brings her six kids to TIFF premiere

Angelina Jolie brings her six kids to TIFF premiere

She also set out to tell the story of a brutal totalitarian takeover through the eyes of a 5-year-old child, and indeed she succeeded on all counts.

The Mr And Mrs Smith star said she felt fortunate to have a platform to be able to "discuss these issues" and added she "felt very much for people who do not have a voice around the world and numerous atrocities going on where people were not able to get attention and be focused on help, so we all have to do our part". It's up to him. "I realized when my mom passed away, [acting] was something I was very much doing for her".

Angelina went on to praise her "strong-minded" children for their bravery during the hard time. But while I thought they ultimately fell short, I found a lot to like in movies like Unbroken and By the Sea. "I think that's what makes a woman complete". I believe our world is stronger for diversity and I love to learn about cultures.

It's a busy time for Angelina.

"I was very anxious about my mother, growing up-a lot".

The actress was joined by five of her six children on the red carpet. The actress had earlier made her feature directorial debut with "In the Land of Blood and Honey" in 2011. They've been very fearless.

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! It's only by disguising herself as a boy that Parvana can help provide for her family and find out what happened to her father.

"Our lifestyle was not in any way a negative".

"I was so taken by how resilient and proud and lovely the people were, the country was".

Vivienne, 9, and Knox, 9 were all snapped with their famous mum for the important occasion along with the film's stars, Kimhak Mun and Sareum Srey Moch and human rights activist Loung Ung.

"I first went to Cambodia about 16 years ago for a film, "Tomb Raider" - that was the first film back after the war", Jolie said. She decided to make things clear ... It's not something I wanted. Jolie told Reuters that her philanthropic activities for the United Nations refugee agency as a special delegate, inspired her on the same.

Now on a break from work, she has taken time off to be a better homemaker and mother.

"I started to read the book one evening and just couldn't put it down".

"Before I knew it, I got a call from my agent saying that there's an audition for The Breadwinner. I would say more notes, type it up, he was great".