The couple looked as in love as ever as they attended what seems like their 100th award ceremony of the year
It was another day, another award ceremony for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie last night, but that didn’t stop the couple from putting on a loved-up show at the Cinema For Peace Gala.
Having made a flying visit to London for the BAFTAs, Brad Pitt dashed back to Berlin to support partner Angelina Jolie as she collected an award for her directorial debut In The Land Of Blood And Honey.
The Cinema For Peace Gala highlights films that are about human rights abuses, war and genocides, which are all issues that Angelina’s film, set during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia, covers.
The 36-year-old actress looked her ususal smart and sleek self in a grey tailored pencil dress by Ralph & Russo as she ventured on stage to accept her gong.
It’s been a busy few months for Brangelina, who have been jetting all over the globe attending award ceremonies and promoting their films, In The Land Of Blood And Honey and Moneyball.
And Angelina’s red carpet appearances don’t end there, tonight (Tuesday 14 February) the actress will be in Sarajevo, Bosnia, for the film’s premiere there.
Speaking about showing her movie in Bosnia, Ange said that it would be a very moving experience. She told reporters: ‘I’m nervous and I’m excited. I’ll probably cry through the entire thing.
‘I’ll be very, very moved because, of course, a lot of the people coming are the victims of war so it’s going to be heavy.’