TIFF lays out red carpet for Deborah Ellis and The Breadwinner

But recently, rumors have focused more particularly on the state of health of Angelina Jolie, who was radiant during his last photocall.

"I never thought I could make a movie or direct", Jolie told an audience at the Toronto Film Festival on Sunday, which is screening her Cambodian genocide film "First They Killed My Father" and Afghan film "The Breadwinner".

Jolie didn't comment either the divorce with Brad Pitt or the rumours regarding that sad event.

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Toronto Film Festival: Angelina Jolie brings five of her kids to red carpet premiere

But a source close to the family reportedly said that there is no truth to the reconciliation rumors.

From left to right, there's Pax Jolie-Pitt (who's now 13), Shiloh Jolie-Pitt (who's 11), author Loung Ung, The Breadwinner director Nora Twomey, Knox Leon Jolie-Pitt (who's 9), Angelina Jolie, First They Killed My Father actress Sareum Srey Moch, Zahara Jolie-Pitt (who's 12), Vivienne Jolie-Pitt (who's also 9), and The Breadwinner voice actress Saara Chaudry posing.

As the star heads back to the big screen for the Maleficent sequel, she revealed how her kids played a big part in helping her find the dynamic character's voice. Apparently, Jolie took the kids along, because there will be the cartoon "The Breadwinner", the producer of which she is. Her return to the Disney villainess would mark her first onscreen appearance since her 2015 role in By the Sea. It looked like the actress and five out of her six children with estranged husband Brad Pitt had a lot of fun on the red carpet. "There are some differences", says the author, "but the film holds true to the book's spirit - that war is a great damn waste and it does awful things to people and to families and we need to knock it off". "Mum, stop talking so weird'". According to these gossip, the young woman who confessed to having an episode of facial paralysis in her long interview for Vanity Fair, would fear that this would affect her career.