The Jolie-Pitt children have landed in Toronto.
Angelina Jolie was joined by four of her kids — Shiloh (11), twins Knox and Vivienne (both 9) and Zahara (12) — for the premiere of The Breadwinner at Toronto International Film Fest. All six of Jolie’s children previously joined her in Cambodia in February for the premiere of the fourth feature film she directed, First They Killed My Father.
But Mama was on the job Sunday: Jolie, who’s a producer on the animated film, stopped to sign posters and pose for selfies on the way to the movie screening.
The star wore a flowy, all-white outfit to the event. She seems to be the latest celebrity to wear a sleepwear-inspired ensemble on the red carpet.
First They Killed My Father will screen this week at the film festival. Late Sunday, Jolie took part in a sold-out Q&A, speaking about her career through movies like Girl, Interrupted, A Mighty Heart and Maleficent.
Her mother had always believed she’d become an actress, Jolie said onstage. “I realized when my mom passed away (acting) was something I was very much doing for her,” she told moderator Cameron Bailey, the festival’s artistic director.
Marcheline Bertrand’s died in 2007 after a long battle with ovarian and breast cancer. “I haven’t done much since she passed away, in front of the camera,” said Jolie. “Now I’m going to do it for my kids.”
Jolie also said she takes being a role model “very seriously. I have a lot to learn. I need role models myself. I try to be that for my children.”
During an interview with ‘Vanity Fair,’ actress Angelina Jolie said life after splitting from husband Brad Pitt has been focused on looking after her health and her children. Wochit
Contributing: Andrea Mandell from Toronto