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Angelina Jolie Worried About Being “Right Person” to Direct ‘First They Killed My Father’ | Director Roundtable

"I want this country to speak, but did I feel I had the right to be the one doing that?" Jolie said of making the film.

Director Roundtable: Guillermo Del Toro, Greta Gerwig and More on Creative Fears and Going to a “Deep, Dark Place”

Six top filmmakers — also including Patty Jenkins, Denis Villeneuve, Angelina Jolie and Joe Wright — open up about choosing the right projects ("You don't want to end up in a bad marriage"), firing…

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Angelina Jolie (‘First They Killed My Father’)

One of the most famous and admired women in the world opens up about her love-hate relationship with acting, her gravitation toward directing (her fourth directorial effort, a Khmer-language drama…

Angelina Jolie Calls for International Female Solidarity Through Art: “Help Them Tell Their Stories”

"Art influences. Art catches the imagination. Art challenges orthodoxy and societies where women are denied freedom of expression," said the actress-turned-director at THR's annual Women in…

How Angelina Jolie Battled Snakes and Land Mines to Depict War-Torn Cambodia in ‘First They Killed My Father’

"We needed a therapist on the set," says the actress-director of the rough production as she opens up about son Maddox's role, vomiting and fainting during filming, and why she ate bugs.

How Angelina Jolie’s New Film Captured a Child’s View of Horror and Heartbreak

Jolie and Oscar-winning cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle adopted the POV of their young leading lady to show conflicting themes of happiness and darkness in 'First They Killed My Father.' Says…

Angelina Jolie Talks #ExpressiveAsians Controversy at ‘First They Killed My Father’ Premiere

The Netflix drama, out Friday, features an all-Asian cast mostly composed of nonprofessionals.

Toronto: Angelina Jolie Says Directing Other People Reveals “Their Greatness”

The 'First They Killed My Father' director says she prefers being behind the camera these days, to being in front.

Angelina Jolie’s ‘First They Killed My Father’ Boosts Oscar Eligibility With Release in Cambodia

By screening in its home country, the Netflix-backed film has cleared one of the Academy's key requirements for consideration in the best foreign-language film category.

Angelina Jolie Will Return to Work After Year Off for “Family Situation”

The actress and 'First They Killed My Father' director hopes to go before the cameras in the next few months.

Angelina Jolie Defends Immigrants at Telluride Panel

The actress warns of "a very dark time" during Telluride's "Wonder Women" panel where Natalie Portman was also a speaker.