Angelina Jolie to Help Education in Bosnia & Film a "Love Story"
While Brad Pitt is concentrating his efforts on helping New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and now the BP oil spill, his partner Angelina Jolie is focusing her efforts on helping Bosnians after the war.
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Angelina is hoping to get involved helping young Bosnians and those returning to they're homes since they left during the Bosnian War, the Associated Press reports.
After Haris Silajdzic, chairman of Bosnia’s three-member Presidency, met with Angelina he said Saturday they both concluded that “the absolute priority is education."
Haris explained they're hoping to turn Sarajevo into a regional center of education.
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While Angie visited Bosnia in April as UNHCR ambassador, she was also scouting out filming locations.
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“The film is a love story,” Angie said in statement through UNHCR, about a couple that meets on the eve of the war.
The actress plans to start filming in Bosnia in autumn.