Angelina Jolie promotes 'First They Killed My Father' film in Cambodia with all six of her children - See the pics!



Angelina Jolie's latest appearance was a family affair!

The 41-year-old actress attended a press conference ahead of the world premiere of her new film, First They Killed My Father, at the Raffles Grand Hotel D'Angkor in Siem Reap, Cambodia, on Saturday. She brought along all six of her children -- Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8 -- whom she shares with ex Brad Pitt.

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Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (3rd L) and her children including Maddox Jolie-Pitt (C) gesture to media in front of the royal residence for a meeting with Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni in Siem Reap on February 18, 2017. Angelina Jolie will unveil her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on February 18 at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. / AFP / TANG CHHIN SOTHY        (Photo credit should read TANG CHHIN SOTHY/AFP/Getty Images)
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (3rd L) and her children including Maddox Jolie-Pitt (C) gesture to media in front of the royal residence for a meeting with Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni in Siem Reap on February 18, 2017. Angelina Jolie will unveil her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on February 18 at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. / AFP / TANG CHHIN SOTHY (Photo credit should read TANG CHHIN SOTHY/AFP/Getty Images)

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Angelina appeared as happy as ever during the outing, donning a gorgeous lacy black dress and matching heels. She was all smiles while watching her adopted son Maddox, who was born in Cambodia, greet the nation's king, Norodom Sihamoni.

Maddox Jolie-Pitt (C) greets Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni (L) as Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (R) looks on during an audience at the royal residence in Siem Reap on February 18, 2017.Angelina Jolie will unveil her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on February 18 at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. / AFP / STR        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Maddox Jolie-Pitt (C) greets Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni (L) as Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (R) looks on during an audience at the royal residence in Siem Reap on February 18, 2017.Angelina Jolie will unveil her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on February 18 at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. / AFP / STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

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"I cannot find words to express what it means to me that I was entrusted with telling part of the story of this country," she reportedly told the crowd. "This film was not made to focus on the horrors of the past, but to celebrate the resilience, kindness and talent of the Cambodian people."

"Most of all, this film is my way of saying thank you to Cambodia," she continued. "Without Cambodia I may never have become a mother. Part of my heart is and will always be in this country. And part of this country is always with me: Maddox."

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (3rd R) attends an audience with Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni (R) as her children look on at the royal residence in Siem Reap on February 18, 2017.Angelina Jolie will unveil her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on February 18 at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. / AFP / STR        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (3rd R) attends an audience with Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni (R) as her children look on at the royal residence in Siem Reap on February 18, 2017.Angelina Jolie will unveil her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on February 18 at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. / AFP / STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

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According to a press release for the film, the Netflix original movie, directed and produced by Angelina and set to be released later this year, is dedicated to those who died under the Khmer Rouge, as well as all who survived, and "focuses on the love and dedication of a Cambodian family," celebrating "the beauty, spirit and resilience of the Cambodian people and culture." It's an adaptation of the 2000 memoir First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers by Canadian author and human rights activist Loung Ung, a survivor of the regime, and Angelina's longtime pal.

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (R) interacts with Cambodian child actress Sareum Srey Moch during a press conference at a hotel in Siem Reap on February 18, 2017. Angelina Jolie will unveil her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on February 18 at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. / AFP / TANG CHHIN SOTHY        (Photo credit should read TANG CHHIN SOTHY/AFP/Getty Images)
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie (R) interacts with Cambodian child actress Sareum Srey Moch during a press conference at a hotel in Siem Reap on February 18, 2017. Angelina Jolie will unveil her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on February 18 at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. / AFP / TANG CHHIN SOTHY (Photo credit should read TANG CHHIN SOTHY/AFP/Getty Images)

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The film was shot in Cambodia with a cast made up entirely of Cambodian actors, marking the country's largest movie ever made. Srey Moch Sareum, who portrays the lead role of young Loung, was beaming while chatting about the film with Angelina on Saturday.

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