Family Bonding! Angelina Jolie Brings All of Her 6 Kids to Premiere of Her Latest Movie

Angelina Jolie done her warn stop during a Telluride Film Festival a family eventuality on Saturday when she brought along her 6 children to a event.

The actress-turned-director acted for photos alongside all of her children — Maddox, 16; Pax, 13; Zahara, 12; Shiloh 11, and 9-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox. The children were all accidentally dressed while Jolie wore a white long-sleeved dress with beaded detailing.

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Jolie, 42, was during a Colorado film festival to premiere her new film, First They Killed My Father, that she directed, constructed and co-wrote. The film is formed on Cambodian tellurian rights activist Loung Ung’s memoir, that papers her knowledge as a immature lady underneath a heartless order of a Khmer Rouge.

Jolie and her family were assimilated by Ung, a film’s immature stars Sareum Srey Moch (who plays Ung) and Kimhak Mun.

The film — that premieres on Netflix on Sept. 15 — binds special definition for Jolie and her family as her eldest son, Maddox, was innate in Cambodia. The 16-year-old even got concerned in a prolongation of a film, portion as an executive writer and assisting Jolie examination mixed drafts of a film. (Her second eldest son, Pax, also served as an on-set photographer for a film.)

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Jolie has been outspoken about how Maddox encouraged her to adjust First They Killed My Father.

“I wanted my son to know who his countrymen are,” she pronounced in a q and a after a screening, according to Vanity Fair.

She also associated a film to conflicts in a benefaction day. “You see a vacuum, a arise in extremism, misinformation… small girls feeling like they’re totally left alone,” Jolie said, adding that in a film, “I wish what we see is… how people come through, all a small Luongs out there.”

Jolie and her family’s tie to Cambodia clearly paid off as a film was a vicious success during Telluride, receiving a station acclaim after it premiered and critics hailing it as an Oscar contender.