Angelina Jolie attends the premiere of the documentary “Paper and Glue” in LA with her children
The actress was recently on the red carpet for the premiere of the film “The Eternals”, where she played one of the main roles.
Jolie is often accompanied by her grown-up children including 15 y.o. daughter of Angelina and Brad Pitt Shiloh.
On November 18, Angelina Jolie, along with her children Shiloh and Pax, attended the premiere of the documentary “Paper and Glue” in Los Angeles at the Museum of Tolerance.
The star participants in the premiere chose rather familiar everyday outfits, with ripped jeans, shirts, and sweatshirts. Angelina was in a black tight dress and high black heels.
Together with Jolie and her children, the film’s author, French artist and photographer, known under the pseudonym JR, was also at the premiere.
@angelinajolie: “I was proud to speak last night at the LA premiere at @museumoftolerance of my friend @jr‘s new film Paper & Glue. In so much of culture today, art is synonymous with money. The film will remind you of the other side of art. Art that belongs to the people. Art arising from the street.
So much energy today goes into keeping us apart, separated and suspicious. Whole ideologies and political projects are built on creating and exploiting supposed differences between us. And we’ve been lulled into thinking that the way things are in the world is just the way it is. And nothing can really change.
In fact, there is so much that we ought to question. And perhaps the most revolutionary thing anyone can do in our world is to bring people together – in the way art sometimes can.”
The film “Paper and Glue” is about how people express themselves through art and find in it an opportunity to challenge prejudice or fight for freedom.
The artist does not reveal his real name, although he does not hide from the public. The JR’s corporate identity consists of large black-and-white photographic images that he posts in public places. In 2018, he was included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People.