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Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: Matinee Movie with the Kids!

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: Matinee Movie with the Kids!

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt rock sunglasses while catching a matinee movie at Harbour Town Shopping Center on Saturday (December 28) in Sydney, Australia.

The 38-year-old actress and the 50-year-old actor were joined for the movie by all six of their kids – Maddox, 12, Pax, 10, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, and five-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Angelina Jolie

Earlier in the week, Angelina and Brad spent time together while visiting the Currumbin Wildlife Park in Queensland, Australia.

10+ pictures inside of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt stepping out for a movie…

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  • JP Fan

    Yay!!First!!!

  • JP Fan

    Happy New Year to the Beautiful Joliepitt family and to the Joliepitt Fans!!

  • yolly

    Family time for the Jolie Pitt Family. God bless them.

  • yolly

    Thank you JJ.

  • Gold Coast gal

    I was in Gold Coast the past 2 days when the JP family were visiting attractions. It’s hot, humid and crowded at Harbour Town city. Amazing the parents are managing well and putting an effort to entertain the kids. I get cranky when it’s hot and muggy.

  • yolly

    Waving to Neleh ( hope, you are enjoying your Winter vaca),Senior,Vicki,Anoble,Phool,Rose,Joann,Kimmy,LLM,Paiige,Sabine,Casmir,Neer,Aisha,Gena,Foxy,Tutuna,DS,Dulc,Lyric,Lotta and to all on board tonight.God bless us all.

  • yolly

    I am glad that Brad is done filming Fury. Angie will resume Unbroken soon.The family are all having a good time.

  • yolly

    Goodnight lovely fans of Brad and Angie all over the world.

  • JP Fan

    Worth Reposting, thanks to Love the JoliePitt

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    # 267
    Love the JoliePitts @ 12/28/2013 at 1:12 am

    http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20131227232245-172811-2013-communicator-of-the-year-angelina-jolie?trk=vsrp_people_res_infl_post

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    2013 Communicator of the Year: Angelina Jolie
    December 27, 2013
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    Warning: This article contains graphic descriptions of sexual violence.
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    # 268
    Love the JoliePitts @ 12/28/2013 at 1:19 am

    Fans, please see the above link for the full article. I have not posted the article in its entirety below. Thank you:
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    Nancy Duarte
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    “I know she’s an unexpected choice, but Angelina Jolie is under-celebrated as a communicator and an advocate. As I’ve been sharing my choice for Communicator of the Year with others, I’ve received bizarre responses like: “She’s an actress, so you should honor her speech writer instead.” Wow. In a world with very few powerful women, those catty responses are shameful — especially considering how much positive change Jolie’s platform has yielded. Sadly, even a Google search reveals how her advocacy for the oppressed is masked by sensational headlines:

    Spoken communication is my area of expertise, so I primarily focused on how Jolie used speeches to persuade this year. She delivered two astounding, yet little-known formal addresses:

    Persuasive speech:

    Jolie delivered a graphic speech to the UN Security Council asking them to adopt a resolution making crimes of sexual violence prosecutable. As a Special Envoy to the UN, she travels around the world to advocate for refugees. She even made a trip to the Congo to help prepare for this speech only weeks after her double mastectomy. She could use descriptive language to convey the horrors because she’d seen the victims and held them in her own arms. Her speech follows a persuasive story pattern perfectly.
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    Here is an excerpt from her speech:
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    Hundreds of thousands — if not millions — of women, children, and men have been raped in conflicts in our lifetimes. The numbers are so vast and the subject so painful that we have to stop to remember that behind each number is someone with a name, a personality, a story, and dreams no different from ours and those of our children.
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    I will never forget the survivors that I have met or what they told me:

    The mother in Goma whose five-year-old daughter had been raped right outside a police station — in plain view.

    Rape is a tool of war. It is an act of aggression and a crime against humanity. Addressing warzone sexual violence is therefore your responsibility, as well as the duty of governments in countries afflicted by it. But the starting point must be you, the UN Security Council, shouldering your responsibilities and showing leadership.

    That five-year-old child in the Congo must count, because you represent her.

    And in her eyes, if her attacker gets away with his crimes, it is because you have allowed it.

    You set the bar.

    After she spoke, they unanimously voted in favor of the resolution. Who wouldn’t? The full transcript is here. In early 2012, after serving for over a decade as a Goodwill Ambassador, Jolie was promoted to Special Envoy to the High Commissioner where she can facilitate lasting solutions for refugees.
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    # 269
    Love the JoliePitts @ 12/28/2013 at 1:22 am

    Continued from Nancy’s poignant and very well written article:
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    Acceptance Speech:

    The second speech I’d like to highlight was Jolie’s Humanitarian of the Year acceptance speech at the Governors Awards hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She came across as a relatable and human public servant, making connections at three very emotional levels:
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    As a mom: Jolie humanized herself as a mom when she addressed her son Maddox “”Mad, I’m not going to cry, I promise. I’m not going to embarrass you. You and your brothers and sisters are my happiness. There is no greater honor than being your mother.” One of the most beautiful women in the world embarrasses her kids, too. That was comforting to me.
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    As a fortunate person: She had the audience reflect on their fortune (Most news outlets skipped this part). In doing so, she humbly pulled me into the context of the suffering in a way that made me feel grateful.
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    “I have never understood why some people are lucky enough to be born with the chance that I had, to have this path in life, and why, across the world, there is a woman just like me, with the same abilities and the same desires, same work ethic and love for her family, who would most likely make better films and better speeches. Only she sits in a refugee camp, and she has no voice. She worries about what her children will eat, how to keep them safe, and if they’ll ever be allowed to return home. I don’t know why this is my life and that’s hers.”
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    As a daughter: She made the loss of her mother painfully evident when she said: “Above all, she was very clear that nothing would mean anything if I didn’t live a life of use to others. And I didn’t know what that meant for a long time. … It was only when I began to travel and look and live beyond my home that I understand my responsibility to others.
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    … And to stand here today means that I did as she asked. And if she were alive, she would be very proud.” Just like Jolie, I longed to hear these words from my mother.
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    Usually people refer to Jolie as one of the most beautiful women in the world. I feel that way, too. But not because of her skin-deep beauty. I feel that way because of her heart-felt devotion to those without a voice of their own.
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    # 270
    Love the JoliePitts @ 12/28/2013 at 1:29 am

    Brief history on Nancy and WHY she is impressed and moved by Angelina’s presentations and why she is expert in recognizing persuasive, effective, presentations when she witnesses them.
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    Nancy Duarte is CEO of Duarte, Inc. and the author of Resonate, Slide:ology, and theHBR Guide to Persuasive Presentations. She has a passion for teaching others about the power of persuasive presentations that drive change in the world.

  • Happy!!!

    Thanks Just Jared for the many lovely Jolie-Pitt family pictures this holiday season! I loved every single one of the zoo pictures (yes, I looked at all of them), and I love these as well.
    It’s always a delight to see this beautiful family having fun together. Angelina is breathtakingly beautiful. I could stare at her forever. Brad’s looking good as well and the kids are always a joy.

  • Passing Through

    Oooh…check Jared out…all over new pix before everyone else. I’m gonna have to send him a thermometer cuz he’s on fi-ya!

  • Passing Through

    Premalee -
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    Here’s a translation of a new interview with Roger. He did this yesterday before announcing today that Edberg was joining his coaching staff. The interview was conducted in German and someone translated it to English. It’s readable to the translation is spotty in places. However, one thing is clear – you’re going to get your wish: Roger will be playing with the bigger racket starting with the Brisbane tourney on Sunday.
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    http://stefanstennis.free.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1242:federer-li-will-never-be-able-to-volley-like-stefan-edbergr&catid=32:general&Itemid=64
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    Last summer you made a first attempt with a larger racquet after the early exit in Gstaad. Now you have again tested the new racquet model during the preparation. Will you also use it on the tour?
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    Yes, I’m going to play in Australia with a similar model as in my first attempt. Actually, I wanted to take the test right after the US Open again. But then I had so much to do with myself and my game, that I dropped it. Now I have more time to still make further small changes and to discuss with my outfitter company Wilson on the details.

  • the ring

    OMG AH is a SUPERHIT,WIN THE OSCAR

    GO LEO

    SPLIT…

    Christmas Box Office: ‘Hobbit’ No. 1 For Five-Day, Battles Begin For 3-Day Between ‘Hobbit’ Vs. ‘Frozen’ and ‘Hustle’ v. ‘Wolf’; ‘Anchorman 2′ Strong No. 3

  • awwww

    We are spoiled with so many JP family pictures. Thanks jared.

  • awwww

    Vivi and daddy, sweet pics. Swoon.

  • the ring

    honeys, this pitty on the way to a new year with bambi

    xoxo

  • http://www.laparentheseenchantee.fr/ Isa

    Cute family ! Happy to see them all together !
    http://www.laparentheseenchantee.fr/

  • Love the JoliePitts

    @JP Fan:
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    Thank you JP Fan for posting that. That is a great article about Angelina Jolie. What an amazing lady she is. Brad must be so proud.

  • Love the JoliePitts

    Thanks Jared for the pictures and the new thread.
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    This family is beyond amazing. I am so glad mommy and daddy are getting to do so much with the children before Angie resumes filming Unbroken.

  • wow

    Brad looks amazing. He is so gorgeous. What a beautiful family.

  • just Saying

    The Viv and Brad pics remind me what Brad said about Viv, ” Viv is my eternal princess”

  • a lurker

    This is a great Christmas and holiday for JP fans. Love this family so much.

  • Love the JoliePitts

    Hi FALP.
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    Thanks for your lovely post to me on the previous thread. Thank you for your always kind words. You are too gracious.
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    FALP we almost can’t keep up with this beautiful couple. Isn’t it grand?
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    I love how they are all over the place with the kids showing the children such fun things to do.
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    I don’t doubt for a minute that Brad and Angelina have not had a Date Night yet. Knowing Brad he is taking care of that part of the “family entertainment” too. :) He is such a “Loving and extraordinary” man to quote Angelina.
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    And a beautiful man too. How is it possible a man can be as beautiful as Brad. I love his unique beauty. And Shiloh is his spitting image. Her beauty is truly stunning.
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    And Knox looks just l like her. I love how she and Knox are starting to dress like twins. I don’t know if Vivi likes that or not. :) Vivi will be so beautiful too. And little Zee Zee, how sweet to see her hugging up mommy and daddy and getting love back from both of them. Lovely little Zee. And Pax loving that little marsupial. And Maddox the perfect big brother. What a truly amazing family.
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    FALP, I could not help posting to Joseph, aka Ellie on the previous thread. I agree completely with you that the trolls hide behind those male names for anonymity and to protect themselves from being revealed or caught…..but Ellie we have known to frequent these JP threads for a long, long time, before she decided to become Joe aka Joseph and I cannot help but wonder if she has asked herself why she does it. And why she even hates Angelina so much?
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    What makes a person a troll? Surely it has to be a “conscious” choice to practice hating someone for so long who has done nothing to you. But unless there is a sensible “Reason” for your hatred it makes no sense. And what kind of “return” are you looking for when you invest so heavily and for such a long time in irrational hate of another person who has done you no personal harm.
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    I wonder if the trolls are even honest enough with themselves to ask themselves honest questions or is their hatred too thick and crippling to even allow that much “light” into their minds.
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    What dark, sad, miserable lives they lead in their hatred and they can’t deny their misery. If they were not so miserable they would not spend all day on Jared attacking the JoliePitt family with such hateful and vicious words trying to make the fans feel bad. What a waste of time.
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    I have stayed up too late FALP. But I am so glad I got to speak briefly to you. Have a wonderful Saturday my dear friend. I hope 2014 brings you every good thing your beautiful heart could desire. I am off to bed. :)

  • Rose

    @Love the JoliePitts: Good morning to my dear friend Love. How have you been doing? I hope you will started the vegetable juicing or blending after the New Year or soon. It’s easy and you will see and feel the difference in your everyday health within a week if you are consistent.

    My friend, isn’t it great to see our favorite family having so much fun at this time of the year. You know while horses couldn’t keep Brad away from his family. I remember Brad saying there is no other place he would
    rather be than being with his family. I must say, Angie is looking very
    sexy, no wonder Brad is always caressing her bum whenever he gets the
    chance, lol. Hopefully, Ms Z is not giving him the side eyes. Anyway,
    Brad did say he was not going to stop even if the kids are embarrasses,
    :-).

    Love, Angie is we ring heels, so I’m going out on a limb and say they are going to dinner after the movies, what do you think Love?

    Thanks for the article you posted, great read.

  • Love the JoliePitts

    Before I go.
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    Angelina is stunning beyond words in that outfit Jared. Loving that bracelet and her hair. Brad is good for Angelina. She is a knock out in these pictures.

  • Love the JoliePitts

    @Rose:
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    Hi Rosie!!!
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    I was just getting ready to turn in when I see your post. How GRAND to have you on board. Yes. The family is beyond gorgeous and Angelina is rocking that outfit and those heels.
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    Rose I did not consider they might be going out together afterwards, but i think you are right. I was just saying to FALP I think Brad is taking good care to have his “Date Nights” with his lovely lady since he has been back home. That explains Angelina’s “sexiness” and glowing gorgeousness.
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    I am so happy for them that they are getting to do so many fun things with the kids. I hope they never ever work separately again. I think the kids are so happy to have all the family back together and daddy there with mommy. God bless this gorgeous couple. Rose we can’t help but love them. They have such great, big, generous hearts to so many people.
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    It gives my heart great joy and it is leaping with happiness at the sight of all these beautiful family pictures. Now looking for great PDA between mommy and daddy.
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    Thanks for the Juicing recipe Rose. I have started juicing and I love it. I went out and got the ingredients you posted for us fans that same day and I am loving it. 2014 will be a wonderful year Rose. God bless you and your family in it and all the wonderful JP fans and of course our beautiful JoliePitt family.
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    Take care, my love. I will talk with you again very soon.

  • Love the JoliePitts

    I have to say there is nothing “skinny” about Angelina in these pictures. She is built like a model and a dancer. Brad, whatever you are doing it is working man. Keep it up. Angelina you are beautiful!

  • Rose

    @Love the JoliePitts: Hi love, I know you were answering another fan, GC with questions of your own trying to get answers. Love, I too had lots of questions because I cannot wrap my mind of that kind of hating especially for such a long time. I know on my job we are always told to ignore unacceptable behavior and behavior that are attention seeking. However, I’ve never seen this consistent irrational thinking. I decided to seek out info from people who studied this behavior they call CYBER BULLYING, CYBER STALKING, CYBER HARASSING AND CYBER HATING. All of the professional who studied this type of behavior had the same solution. The solution is:

    The number one Rule for dealing with this type of behavior is:

    Dont Respond;
    Dont Interact;
    Don’t Engage

    They also recommend for TGE fans to be alert to provocation. It is Called The Baiting Game. They said the objective of the trolls are Power, Control, and , Subjugation. They get a kick out of seeing the fans react. It doent matter how you reaact. The fact that the fans reacts means they have been successful.

    The professional who did the study of the cyber bullies, trolls ect came to the conclusion that they get a form of gratisfication from watching others indulge in destructive interaction ignited by him or herself. The conclusion is: the gratisfication is a perverse form of satisfaction akin to, but distinct form of pleasure. Understand it is not possible to communicate in a mature adult manner with a ” Disordered individual who’s emotionally retarded.”

    So My Dear Love, I have come to the conclusion that the trolls who park here 24/7/365 will not be getting any more pleasure from me. I am refusing to talk to the wall or the horse’s ass any more. You see Love I was not liking myself for interacting with these people, it bothered me very much. Now what I do, when I see a familiar moniker I scroll pass that moniker. Sometimes they will change moniker, however, as soon as you read the first line or two I know it’s the person with the disordered thinking so I skip. To be honest, I find it’s very easy to do.

  • Rose

    @Love the JoliePitts: #27, Love, I concurred. So happy you have started the the juicing and youre loving it, :-), big Clap!!

  • http://www.fullkart.com riya saini

    Beautiful family.Brad looks awesome.

  • krista

    ko vidiš billy goat hojo s skeletno ogrodje pa si tako pohoten! Slabi osamljen gospodinje. Stop čaščenjem tadva!

  • Phool.

    #JP Fan @ 12/28/2013 at 2:27 am
    #yolly @ 12/28/2013 at 2:34 am
    ……………..
    Thank you girls for being here First and not allowing the Trolls take over the thread with their delusional rants. Great job keep it going..

  • Phool.

    Thank you Jared what can I say I’m pleasantly suprised you were able to post these new photos, keep it .

  • Phool.

    ======Please Fans keep ignoring the Trolls as seeing a beautiful Family together & happy, is “their worst nightmare” so let them rant and rave in their own sick venom, dont let them deflect attention away from a blessed family, just because they dont have anyone themselves to call a family =======.

  • Phool.

    Watch: 1-Hour Awards Season Roundtable With Oscar Isaac, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Harrison Ford & More

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    December 27, 2013 2:35

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    If you’ve already watched more “Judge Judy” than you can stomach, and ripped through all the TV seasons you got from Grandma for Christmas, here’s another way you can kill some holiday season time.
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    The Los Angeles Times have joined other the trades in compiling a seasonal batch of awards talks with various contenders as part of their Envelope Screening Series.
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    And their chat with the actors and actresses in the running for prizes—Emma Thompson (“Saving Mr. Banks”), Forest Whitaker (“Lee Daniels’ The Butler”), Oscar Isaac (“Inside Llewyn Davis”), Harrison Ford (“42″) and “12 Years A Slave” stars Chiwetel Ejiofor and Lupita Nyong’o—has landed online.
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    John Horn moderates the talk that covers the usual bases, but still, if you want to go keep with this group, it’s worth a spin. Check it out below. [via The Film Stage] :

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    Shortcut to:http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/watch-1-hour-awards-season-roundtable-with-oscar-isaac-chiwetel-ejiofor-harrison-ford-more-20131227

  • Phool.

    OSCARS Q&A: Steve McQueen On ‘12 Years A Slave’ – “It Was As Real As It Got”
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    By PETE HAMMOND | Friday December 27, 2013

    For having covered such dark material in all three of his feature films—Hunger (2008), Shame (2011) Awards Line. LogoBW and this year’s 12 Years A Slave — Steve McQueen will be the first to admit he’s actually a happy, jovial guy. And with all the recent accolades pouring in, he’s got a lot to smile about. Already a winner as best director from New York, Washington D.C. and Boston critics groups, McQueen also nabbed a Golden Globe nomination and is courting Oscar.

    His harrowing look at slavery, a subject Hollywood rarely explores, has defied any expectations that some of the violent scenes depicted in the film would affect its reception at the box office.
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    AwardsLine: Hollywood has not really tapped into slavery as much as, say, the Holocaust. People are responding to it because it is, oddly enough, a new subject for them in movies.

    Steve McQueen: I suppose you’re quite right. Also, what’s interesting about this being a new subject is that it’s about our shit history. Even if I’m British, it’s my shit history too. The screen becomes a mirror that reflects this unfortunate recent past. But that past is strangely about love. What I mean is that through all the unfortunate situations that have happened, the slaves survived what limited choices they had and they brought up their children. And through that comes someone like me. The fact that I’m sitting here talking to you is because of my ancestors’ sacrifices. And I don’t take that for granted.

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    AwardsLine: How did you connect with Plan B and producer Brad Pitt for this?

    McQueen: After Hunger, the people from Plan B basically pursued me and wanted to work with me. It was very flattering. There were other people (interested), but (Plan B) was very persistent and it was in a very organic way. I told them I wanted to make a movie about slavery, and that was it. I met Brad in London when he was (working on) World War Z, and we had a fantastic three-hour meeting over a couple glasses of wine. He’s very focused, very attentive to detail and very direct, and that was wonderful.

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    AwardsLine: Was it always your intention to cast him in the film?

    McQueen: (With) a producer and a great actor like Brad Pitt, you sort of have to put him in the film. It’s like a two for one. You never get two for one!

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    AwardsLine: You did a Q&A at the Telluride Film Festival, and you said finding the book was like finding the diary of Anne Frank.

    McQueen; The question is, why do we know Anne Frank and not Solomon Northup? His book was written 97 years before Anne Frank’s diary. And he was lost; he was buried. Thank God for my wife who found his book. It’s just interesting that I live in Amsterdam, (where) Anne Frank is a national hero, and no one knows Solomon Northup. My whole idea with making this film is that he becomes a hero because he is a hero—a real American hero. Solomon fulfils that prophecy that you have in this country, which is the right to pursue happiness—that’s what Solomon wanted to do.

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    AwardsLine: Did you ever think making this film would have such an impact?

    McQueen: I never really thought about it. I’m just happy that people went out to see the movie. (What) matters is that people are discovering the movie and going—not necessarily (just) African-Americans. For me, that’s been the most beautiful thing, really. It’s historic. I was in Minneapolis at the Walker Art Center (showing) my work, and some people from the African-American community were upset that they weren’t included in this viewing of the film. So Fox helped to facilitate the cinema, and 500 people came to the next screening and there were more outside for the Q&A. There were black folks and white—it was America. And the passion of the discussion… You know my movie is not a passive movie, it’s a call to arms to do things like this. Reading newspapers, watching television, we always feel helpless, but actually we can do something.

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    AwardsLine: A lot of people have focused on the brutality of the film.

    McQueen: I think we’ve overcome that with the evidence that people are going to see it. Critics saw it and (were) predicting what they thought would happen with audiences. And they were obviously proven wrong.

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    AwardsLine: You tend to hold shots, which makes some of the scenes in the film tense, like the one in which Patsey (Lupita Nyong’o) is brutally whipped.

    McQueen: It was one take. If I put a cut in there, it would have taken all the air out of the scene. The camera is moving with the actors, and you don’t know what’s going to happen next—as in life. You’re in the film—there is no frame; you’re living it. I designed it that way because that scene deserved that kind of attention.

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    AwardsLine: You also shot the film on real plantations in Louisiana.

    McQueen: Those trees have seen everything. For example, the tree that we used to show the two guys getting lynched was an actual lynching tree. It was as real as it got. We were dancing with the ghosts. Everyone was in tune in making this environment. They can see around them the same views those slaves had and the same views plantation masters had. So every day you’re reminded of that history.

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    Shortcut to:www.deadline.com/2013/12/oscars-steve-mcqueen-12-years-a-slave

  • Phool.

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    The Top Ten Movies of 2013 According to People Who Rent From Redbox

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    Movie News By Scott Beggs on December 26, 2013

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    Here’s a conundrum: A friend or relative complains about how terrible movies have gotten, but they will only go see bad movies. I’m not saying that’s exactly what’s happened with Redbox‘s most popular rentals of 2013, but the annual list fascinates for two reasons.
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    First, it highlights evidence that there might truly be a giant gap between the general audience and critics by displaying cinema at its most fast food basic. Second, it’s weird. This is a place where Django hangs out with a dominating Melissa McCarthy (to soon dethrone Adam Sandler?). Where a broken Denzel Washington is hip to hip with Brad Pitt fighting zombies. Where 2012′s longevity is genuinely proven.

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    Here’s this year’s most-rented from Redbox:

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    Identity Thief
    The Heat
    World War Z
    Flight
    Olympus Has Fallen
    Django Unchained
    Grown Ups 2
    White House Down
    Here Comes the Boom
    Now You See Me

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    White House Down AND Olympus Has Fallen? Redboxers definitely wanted to see D.C. under siege (and/or a president with a rocket launcher). It’s also interesting to see the legs that flicks like Kevin James’ MMA comedy, Quentin Tarantino’s blood-soaked Southern, and Denzel Washington’s substance abuse drama have. The flipside of that is the calendar-based disadvantage for Fall and Winter films — not that there’s a preponderance of prestige projects from last year featured here or anything. Of course the clear winner is McCarthy. If someone has earned the title of America’s Sweetheart, it’s her. Undisputed champ.

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    As Redbox’s SVP of Marketing Kiera Hynninen points out, “For the third year in a row, comedy and action titles have taken over our list of the most popular movie rentals. With Identity Thief, The Heat and World War Z topping the charts it’s clear that Americans are looking to escape into a world of laughter and thrills.”

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    I’m not sure about the psychoanalysis, but it’s pretty obvious that escapism is the main order of business when you’re getting your movies outside a CVS.

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    Shortcut to:www.filmschoolrejects.com/news/the-top-ten-movies-of-2013-according-to-people-who-rent-from-redbox.php

  • Phool.

    2013 Communicator of the Year: Angelina Jolie
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    December 27, 2013
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    I know she’s an unexpected choice, but Angelina Jolie is under-celebrated as a communicator and an advocate. As I’ve been sharing my choice for Communicator of the Year with others, I’ve received bizarre responses like: “She’s an actress, so you should honor her speech writer instead.” Wow. In a world with very few powerful women, those catty responses are shameful — especially considering how much positive change Jolie’s platform has yielded. Sadly, even a

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    Google search reveals how her advocacy for the oppressed is masked by sensational headlines:

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    Spoken communication is my area of expertise, so I primarily focused on how Jolie used speeches to persuade this year. She delivered two astounding, yet little-known formal addresses:

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    Persuasive speech:

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    Jolie delivered a graphic speech to the UN Security Council asking them to adopt a resolution making crimes of sexual violence prosecutable. As a Special Envoy to the UN, she travels around the world to advocate for refugees. She even made a trip to the Congo to help prepare for this speech only weeks after her double mastectomy. She could use descriptive language to convey the horrors because she’d seen the victims and held them in her own arms.

    Her speech follows a persuasive story pattern perfectly.

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    Here is an excerpt from her speech:

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    Hundreds of thousands — if not millions — of women, children, and men have been raped in conflicts in our lifetimes. The numbers are so vast and the subject so painful that we have to stop to remember that behind each number is someone with a name, a personality, a story, and dreams no different from ours and those of our children.

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    Let us be clear what we are speaking of:

    Young girls raped and impregnated before their bodies are able to carry a child, causing fistula.
    Boys held at gunpoint and forced to sexually assault their mothers and sisters.
    Women raped with bottles, wood branches, and knives to cause as much damage as possible.
    Toddlers and even babies dragged from their homes and violated.
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    I will never forget the survivors that I have met or what they told me:

    The mother in Goma whose five-year-old daughter had been raped right outside a police station — in plain view.

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    Rape is a tool of war. It is an act of aggression and a crime against humanity. Addressing warzone sexual violence is therefore your responsibility, as well as the duty of governments in countries afflicted by it. But the starting point must be you, the UN Security Council, shouldering your responsibilities and showing leadership.

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    That five-year-old child in the Congo must count, because you represent her.

    And in her eyes, if her attacker gets away with his crimes, it is because you have allowed it.

    You set the bar.

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    After she spoke, they unanimously voted in favor of the resolution. Who wouldn’t? The full transcript is here. In early 2012, after serving for over a decade as a Goodwill Ambassador, Jolie was promoted to Special Envoy to the High Commissioner where she can facilitate lasting solutions for refugees.

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    The second speech I’d like to highlight was Jolie’s Humanitarian of the Year acceptance speech at the Governors Awards hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She came across as a relatable and human public servant, making connections at three very emotional levels:

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    As a mom:

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    Jolie humanized herself as a mom when she addressed her son Maddox “”Mad, I’m not going to cry, I promise. I’m not going to embarrass you. You and your brothers and sisters are my happiness. There is no greater honor than being your mother.” One of the most beautiful women in the world embarrasses her kids, too. That was comforting to me.

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    As a fortunate person:

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    She had the audience reflect on their fortune (Most news outlets skipped this part). In doing so, she humbly pulled me into the context of the suffering in a way that made me feel grateful. “I have never understood why some people are lucky enough to be born with the chance that I had, to have this path in life, and why, across the world, there is a woman just like me, with the same abilities and the same desires, same work ethic and love for her family, who would most likely make better films and better speeches. Only she sits in a refugee camp, and she has no voice. She worries about what her children will eat, how to keep them safe, and if they’ll ever be allowed to return home. I don’t know why this is my life and that’s hers.”

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    As a daughter:

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    She made the loss of her mother painfully evident when she said: “Above all, she was very clear that nothing would mean anything if I didn’t live a life of use to others. And I didn’t know what that meant for a long time. … It was only when I began to travel and look and live beyond my home that I understand my responsibility to others. … And to stand here today means that I did as she asked. And if she were alive, she would be very proud.” Just like Jolie, I longed to hear these words from my mother.

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    Usually people refer to Jolie as one of the most beautiful women in the world. I feel that way, too. But not because of her skin-deep beauty. I feel that way because of her heart-felt devotion to those without a voice of their own.

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    Shortcut to:http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20131227232245-172811-2013-communicator-of-the-year-angelina-jolie

  • Phool.

    Good morning ladies.

    Especially shout out to all the lovely ladies out there Rose , Passing Through, NAN, Jaye, Premalee, Josephina, Were the morons, Jen The Hag, Lylian, First and last post, Ssshhii_Baby, Bizzy Bee, Noplace, QQQQ, Groundcontrol, Lurker, William Bradley&The Jolie, LLM, ndn, Yolly, trt, Love Conquers All,Susan, Dawne, Neer,Tish, Anustin, WonderBust, Love The Jolie Pitts, Fyi12, plz, MIR, JP Fan, Vickifromtexas, tweet, juju, Bea, Who, briseis, Lucy, fyi, Media Wh@re MANiston, Lylian, Cliniqua, AWHODAT!, juju, Go Figure!, Sunny, plez, Lily, Lurker and all the lurkers out there I hope you all have a great day take care take care God Bless.

  • Rose

    @Phool.: #36, good morning my dear friend and my dear sister. Hoping for a great day today. It’s star king out just wonderful. Beautiful pictures of our favorite family. First Phool, thank you for bringing over TGE interview with Steve McQueen. Great interview.

    Phool, did you see Angie’s bum? I’m telling you Brad was walking very close behind, you know he wanted to grab a handful, but those darn kids get in the way,LOLoud. I must say JJ has been very good to us fir the holiday:-). Wonder where they went after the matinee yesterday. Phool, I must say I like Angie’s braid. I’m telling you, whatever style Angie wears it looks good on her. Long hair, short hair, black hair, brown hair, blond hair, whatever style she tries it’s beautiful. Phool, did you see that photo of Angie cradling ZZ head in her hand? That was a beautiful photo. I love TGE group hug. I guess ZZ was saying I love my mom and dad very much. That was really a beautiful set of photos of the three of them and Viv touching her fathers pants on the other side and MADD taking in all The love, sweeeet.

  • NAN

    Wow,JP’s Family out and about with their lovely children again !

    Someone is banging her head to walls that her life still keep failing miserably wth her dogs.

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    Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt – I love you.

    Source: Fullkart.

  • Phool.

    Great Persuasive Speech, 2013: Angelina Jolie
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    I get asked all the time, “Who are the most powerful female communicators?” Sadly, it’s a short list. Not many women have a broad platform (let’s change that, ladies!). Sheryl Sandberg is rocking it in the business space, and I think Angelina Jolie has it nailed in the humanitarian space. She gets little visibility for her work. In fact, when I mentioned to a few people that I felt she should be awarded Communicator of the Year for 2013, their disbelief shocked me.
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    Jolie has spent over a decade advocating for refugees and victims of war. It’s not a gratuitous PR stunt for her, it’s her passion and meaningful hard work. I wanted to share the full transcript of the speech she gave to the UN Security Council requesting that they make rape an international crime. After this speech, the Council unanimously passed the resolution.
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    What is What could be

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    Mr. President, Secretary General, Foreign Ministers; it is an honour to address this Council; and I thank Foreign Secretary Hague for the United Kingdom’s leadership. The Security Council was established undefinedundefined years ago, and has witnessed undefinedundefined years of wars and conflict. But the Security Council has yet to take up warzone rape as a serious priority.

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    Hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of women, children and men have been raped in conflicts in our lifetimes. The numbers are so vast, and the subject so painful that we have to stop to remember that……behind each number is someone with a name, a personality, a story, and dreams no different from ours and those of our children.

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    Let us be clear what we are speaking of:

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    Young girls raped and impregnated before their bodies are able to carry a child, causing fistula. Boys held at gunpoint and forced to sexually assault their mothers and sisters.
    Women raped with bottles, wood branches and knives to cause as much damage as possible.
    Toddlers and even babies dragged from their homes, and violated.I will never forget the survivors that I have met, or what they told me:

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    The mother in Goma whose five year old daughter had been raped right outside a police station; in plain view. Or the woman who I met Syria last week, who asked I hide her name and face; because she knew if she spoke out about the crimes committed against her, she would be attacked again – and possibly killed. Rape is a tool of war. It is an act of aggression, and a crime against humanity.It is inflicted intentionally to destroy the woman, the family and the community.

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    It ruins lives and fuels conflict

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    The United Nations Charter is clear:You, the Security Council, have “primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security”. Rape as a weapon of war is an assault on security.And the world in which these crimes happens is one in which there is not and never will be peace.

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    Addressing warzone sexual violence is therefore your responsibility, as well as the duty of governments in countries afflicted by it. The fact is that in many conflict situations there is no government to take responsibility. So there is no protection and no accountability.

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    When governments cannot act, the UN Security Council must step in to provide leadership and assistance. For these crimes happen not because they are inherent to war, but because the global climate allows it.That five year old girl was raped because her attacker knew he would get away with it. And because the world has not treated this as a priority, there have only been a handful of prosecutions for hundreds of thousands of survivors.They suffer most at the hands of their rapists, but they are also victims of this culture of impunity.

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    That is the sad, upsetting and indeed shameful reality.

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    I understand that there are many things that are difficult for the UN Security Council to agree on.But sexual violence in conflict should not be one of them.
    That it is a crime to rape young children is not something I imagine anyone in this room would not be able to agree on.

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    The rights and wrongs of this issue are straightforward; and the actions that need to be taken have been identified. What is needed is political will, and that is what is being asked of your countries today. To act on the knowledge of what is right and what is unjust; and to show the determination to do something about it.

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    Every country in the world is affected by sexual violence in one form or another, from domestic abuse to female genital mutilation. So all countries have a responsibility to step forward.But the starting point must be you, the UN Security Council, shouldering your responsibilities and showing leadership. To women in refugee camps, or those struggling to survive in war-torn communities, there is no greater power in the world that can stand by them.

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    That young Syrian rape victim is here, because you represent her.

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    That five year old child in the Congo must count, because you represent her. And in her eyes, if her attacker gets away with his crimes, it is because you have allowed it. You set the bar. If the United Nations Security Council sets rape and sexual violence in conflict as a priority it will become one and progress will be made.

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    If you do not, this horror will continue.

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    I thank and encourage those countries that are already setting a powerful example.My plea to all of you is to adopt and implement the Resolution before you; So that perpetrators are finally held to account, and survivors can at last feel safer on the ground.

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    And please, do not let this issue fall when you leave this chamber: Meet your commitments, debate this issue in your parliaments, mobilise people in your countries, and build it into all your foreign policy efforts; so that together you can turn the tide of global opinion, shatter impunity and finally put an end this abhorrence.
    Thank you.
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    I am so impressed with Jolie’s ability to persuade. She uses contrast perfectly. She articulated not only What Is (the graphic nature of the crimes) but contrast that with her plea for placing the burden of What Could Be on the council to change the future of millions of victims.
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    Shortcut to:http://www.duarte.com/blog/great-persuasive-speech-undefinedundefinedundefinedundefined-angelina-jolie/

  • Phool.

    Steve McQueen: The graphic film-maker who’s in the running for an Oscar

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    Friday 27 December 2013

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    Twenty years ago his art shocked Britain; now his films are hailed as seminal. But getting from Hammersmith to Hollywood hasn’t been easy
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    When London-born artist/film-maker Steve McQueen was in his early twenties, he made a short film called Bear (1993) in which two naked men (one of them played by McQueen himself) confronted each other as if about to fight.“I didn’t have a lot of money and so I thought the [best] thing you could do was use yourself and a camera,” McQueen recalled recently of the work which first helped make his name in the international art world. “These two males, are they lovers? Is it some kind of courtship? Are they wrestling? What is this ambiguous relationship? That is what I was interested in.”

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    Twenty years on, with McQueen established as one of the most prominent British film directors of his generation, it is easy to find traces of Bear in his feature films. He still seems preoccupied with violence, sexuality and with portraying the captive male body.

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    McQueen’s latest feature, 12 Years a Slave, is being talked up as an Oscar prospect. It is a gruelling and very disturbing drama based on the true story of Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a free black man from upstate New York who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in the pre-civil war United States. Like all of McQueen’s feature films, it can be taken both as a naturalistic drama about a man in an extreme situation and as a self-conscious exploration of the same themes the artist was already addressing in his earlier work.

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    As Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr, a leading scholar of black history and a consultant on the film, recently wrote: “There have been all too few films that have captured, or even attempted to convey, the truth of the experience of slavery, from the slave’s point of view.”Like Solomon Northup’s own memoir, the film (Gates believes) gives a “sober presentation of American slavery as it really was, interwoven with the universal themes of identity, betrayal, brutality and the need to keep faith in order to survive confrontations with the evils in man.”

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    Brad Pitt’s character in the film sums up what audiences are likely to feel watching the movie. As he tells Solomon: “Your story is amazing in a no-good way.” Most viewers will be startled and shocked by what the film reveals about the true nature of slavery. It’s not that McQueen is telling us anything new (Northup’s memoir was first published in 1853), more that he is reminding us in graphic detail of a historical episode we’ve tried very hard to ignore. At the same time, this is very recognisably a McQueen movie – an existential story about a man alone.

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    When he was dramatising the story of IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands in his first feature Hunger (a film he has described as being “drenched in politics”), McQueen seemed as interested in the suffering of the main character (played by his regular collaborator Michael Fassbender) as in the intricacies of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. He claimed the inspiration for making the film came from watching TV broadcasts covering the Bobby Sands story when he was a kid growing up in London. He was fascinated by the idea of a man who stopped eating and willed his own martyrdom.

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    On the face of it, Shame (2011) was a film in an entirely different register from Hunger or 12 Years a Slave. This was a movie about sex addiction. To compare the plight of Brandon (Fassbender), the promiscuous ad executive, to that of Bobby Sands or Solomon Northup is obviously absurd. Nonetheless, this too was a closely focused study of freedom and imprisonment. As the director commented of the characters in Shame and Hunger: “One imprisons himself through sexual activity, while the other frees himself by abstaining from eating.”

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    McQueen was born in London in 1969 to working-class West Indian parents. (His father was from Grenada, his mother from Trinidad.) He went to school at Drayton Manor High School, whose other notable former students include musician Rick Wakeman and footballer Peter Crouch. A few years after Bear, McQueen made Deadpan (1997), an experimental riposte to a cyclone scene in Buster Keaton’s silent film Steamboat Bill (1928).

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    We see the façade of a building falling down on a man (McQueen himself). Miraculously, he is unhurt. There is an open window in the collapsing building. The man just happens to be standing where that window lands. What Keaton played as slapstick was turned by McQueen into a disquieting mini-drama about fate and survival.

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    When McQueen won the Turner Prize in 1999, the jury talked of its admiration for “the poetry and clarity of his vision, the range of his work, its emotional intensity and economy of means”. Since then, he has been an official war artist in Iraq (2006), and he represented Britain at the Venice Biennale in 2009. Now, though, his feature films inevitably eclipse his other activities in terms of public recognition. In interviews, McQueen has stated that he doesn’t see any great difference in the installations he makes for galleries and his narrative feature films. What all his work shares is a confrontational quality and a very stark intensity. You don’t find much frivolity or humour in his universe.

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    In 1993, McQueen briefly attended New York University’s Tisch School for film. “The reason I wanted to go there was because Scorsese, Spike Lee and Jim Jarmusch were participants there,” he said. His father had told him that he should “get a trade” while his mother advised him to do what he wanted. He saw film-making as the perfect way of combining a craft with a passion and pleasing his parents in the process but his experience at NYU was disillusioning. As an art student at Chelsea College of Art and Design and Goldsmiths College, he had been given a creative freedom that was denied him at film school. He left NYU after only three months, complaining about not being allowed “to throw the camera in the air” and about being surrounded by “a lot of rich kids with no talent”.

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    The fact that McQueen had wanted to go to NYU in the first place suggests that his curiosity about making narrative feature-length movies was there early. The rapidity with which he dropped out pointed to his combative nature. McQueen (who has been based in Amsterdam since the mid-1990s) may have flourished in the British art world of the 1990s, being made an OBE and then a CBE, but he has never been part of the British art establishment. His comments about the art world have often been as waspish as those he made about NYU film school. “I am fed up with the art world,” McQueen told one newspaper in 2009. “It doesn’t go much further than its own tail and it gets boring.”

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    12 Years a Slave is a conventional enough movie in terms of its structure. What makes it so powerful is its uncompromising treatment of very tough subject matter. The story’s impact, the director has suggested, would have been lessened if it had been told in any other medium than cinema. He said: “What cinema can do is be so much more powerful in one punch rather than in 12 rounds.”

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    Life in brief

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    Born: 9 October 1969, London.

    Family: Born to working-class West Indian parents. Lives in Amsterdam with his partner Bianca Stigter and their two children.

    Education: Drayton Manor High School; Hammersmith and West London College; art and design at Chelsea College of Art and Design. Interest in film developed while studying fine art at Goldsmiths College.

    Career: His minimalistic films were shown in enclosed space of art galleries. His first works, Bear (1993) and Deadpan (1997) were black and white and silent. Drumroll (1998) was his first sound and multiple images film. He won the Turner Prize in 1999. First feature film Hunger (2008) told the story of IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands. Second feature film Shame (2011) starred regular collaborator Michael Fassbender. Latest film 12 Years a Slave is on general release next month.

    He says: “People are extraordinarily intelligent. They don’t want to be spoonfed a story. They want to be stimulated. That’s why TV is interesting right now but TV can’t do what cinema does.”

    They say: The Turner Prize jury admired “the poetry and clarity of his vision, the range of his work, its emotional intensity and economy of means”.

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    Shortcut to:http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/profiles/steve-mcqueen-the-graphic-filmmaker-whos-in-the-running-for-an-oscar-9027542.html

  • NAN

    Good morning Phool and Rose
    Thank you for the shout out and the links.
    How are you my dear friends ? I hope both of you had a very nice Christmas’s Eve.
    Oop…my bad Phool that I just gave the Gaydogs the message of love to Ticky :-(
    Happy New Year and A Wonderful Year Ahead for 2014 to all JP fans around the World.

  • Rose

    @Phool.: Phool, another great article on Angelina Jolie – Great Persuasive Speech to the UN Security Council. #43.

  • Phool.

    Globe Arts’ Artists of the Year: Steve McQueen, teacher of perspective

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    Saturday, Dec. 28 2013, 6:00 AM EST

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    Of all the movies released this year, Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave was the most memorable and resonant, not just as a corrective to Hollywood’s dismal history of dealing with African-American history, but in approaching an emotionally complex subject with both passion and finesse.

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    McQueen, 44, a prize-winning British artist of Grenadian descent whose works are in many of the world’s major galleries, is no historian. At the Toronto International Film Festival, he described the 1853 Solomon Northup memoir on which his movie is based, as a “lost” book, which is inaccurate: Though Twelve Years a Slave fell into obscurity, since its republication in 1968 it’s become a staple of African-American studies. It was even made into a television movie by Shaft director Gordon Parks in 1984.

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    More recently, when McQueen appeared on The Colbert Report to promote the movie, he said that Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, cashed in on Twelve Years a Slave’s success and eclipsed it. Again, he’s wrong. Northrup’s book came a year after Harriet Beecher Stowe’s bestseller, and was dedicated to her.

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    What he brings to the subject is not historical sophistication but a contemporary artist’s insights about the nature of perspective. In adapting Northrup’s book, McQueen has found a frame that allows us to empathize with Northrup’s ordeal without tumbling into sensationalism. Working with John Ridley’s savvy script, McQueen made a period movie that makes few concessions to modern tastes. The dialogue is heightened and literary, consistent with the book (co-written by Northup and David Wilson, a lawyer and minor literary figure.) It is deliberately quaint.

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    Some contemporary critics have scoffed at the cameo by producer Brad Pitt, as the Canadian carpenter Samuel Bass, who says to Northrup: “Your story is an amazing one and in no good way.” In a 19th-century narrative, the idea of reminding the reader that this is a gripping yarn is commonplace. For modern movie viewers, it’s distancing.

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    But this is no accident. A lot about 12 Years a Slave is deliberately distancing. The story is structured, as McQueen has said, like Pinnochio, an evil fairy tale about a man who is transported to a world where humans treat other humans as if they were talking animals. The group portraits of slaves that mark the chapters in the movie, even the indifferent beauty of the trees and the bayou, compel us to wonder about what we’re looking at and why.

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    The world of contemporary art, much more than the movies, is concerned with the responsibility for looking. McQueen’s forte as a director has been to compel us to look at things we would rather avoid, staring directly at the face of suffering in, Hunger, his first feature, or humiliation, in Shame, his sex-addiction drama.

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    One of the deepest moments in 12 Years a Slave takes place when the generally sympathetic Mistress Ford (Liza J. Bennett) sees Solomon (Chiwetel Ejiofor) standing in the burning sun on tiptoes with a noose around his neck. The scene is entirely silent. She glances at him, then quickly turns away.

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    No one really needs to be reminded that slavery, along with the attendant crimes of abduction, torture, rape and murder, was a great evil. The important question that 12 Years a Slave asks is, what are those moments in our own lives where we witness gross cruelties, and why do we choose to turn away?

    Shortcut to:http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/film/globe-arts-artists-of-the-year-steve-mcqueen-teacher-of-perspective/article16117484/

  • Rose

    @NAN: Hi NAN, how are you my friend? Hoping life is treating you great. Wishing you a very happy and prosperous New Year filled with love, joy and peace. Take care friend.

  • Bridget

    Angelina is so stunning.Knox and Shiloh look exactly like her.

  • Phool.

    #Rose @ 12/28/2013 at 6:25 am

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    Good Morning Rose
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    How are you my sister, how are you feeling today? Yes its a beautiful day Jared has given us more goodies to fawn over Love it, I am still catching up reading wise from last thread , still laughing at Passing Through, Observer2 and MWM, Troll smack down they did a great job. some times it makes me wonder as soon as a JP thread appears where these loons appear from ranting and raving like someone’s taken their pocket money off them Honestly these troll tantrums are getting funnier & sadder by every passing day. Bear with me Rose still trying to post News in between you know how easily I get distracted by you lol.
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    Yes Rose I was seeing Angie beautiful Booty but have you noticed the photo where brads behind her when she’s about to get inside the car all I say is look where his eyes are lol, he cant get enough. any way Rose away from prying eyes we know how Brad gets up to with His Bad Girl oh hang on Rose time to close the windows Screaming from the Ocean.
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    Rose I was laughing at the photo where that Girl is standing her ground bang in the middle so that paps cant take their photos have you seen the intense look on her face that face is telling you get near them and i’ll kick your buts lol see that’s how protective people are around them. I wonder what movie they saw?.
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    I like Angies loose braded hair, enough for Brad to run his fingers through and still not look messy, I love her hair colour , you know Rose I think due to the Hot Oz sun the natural blond is coming through, after all Angie is a natural born blond bombshell doesn’t need to reply on blond hair colour and be a fake blond like other Z -listers out there. Rose have you noticed Bards getting his stubble back Angie must really like her grizzly bear lol.

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