Angelina Jolie Throws a Strict No Social Media Party for ‘Roma’ Director

AceShowbizAngelina Jolie hosted a rare private celebration for Alfonso Cuaron. The “Maleficent” star honored the “Roma” director on Saturday, January 5, following the screening of his movie at an exclusive new West Hollywood members club, California.

The party was extremely strict with “no photos” and “no social media” policy. The guests were made to sign a code of conduct and consent to put a blackout sticker on the camera lens of their phones. Even Angelina herself signed the conduct. A guest source said to Page Six, “Even Angelina had to sign and put up a sticker on her phone. She seemed quite amused as it was done.”

Bringing more prestige to the elite gathering, Angelina allegedly brought Hollywood’s most famous maitre d’, Dimitri Dimitrov from the Tower Bar as the master of ceremony. Attending the party were the likes of Meryl Streep, Lady GaGa, Johnny Depp, Anjelica Huston, Jerry Bruckheimer, Urs Fischer and CAA bigwigs Bryan Lourd and Kevin Huvane.

Earlier in the day, the “Salt” star was seen attending the screening for the Netflix film at San Vicente Bungalows in West Hollywood. She was seen posing with the movie’s stars, Yalitza Aparicio and Marina De Tavira. The “Mr. & Mrs.Smith” actress was dressed in a sleek black outfit as she appeared alongside, Alfonso, who was fresh off his victory at the 2019 Golden Globes after taking home the award for Best Director – Motion Picture for his movie “Roma”.

Her attendance at the screening marked her first public appearance since November, when she attended PSVI Film Festival – Fighting Stigma through Film reception at the British Film Institute. At that time, the 43-year-old star mingled with Sophie, the Countess of Wessex and British politician Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

The Lara Croft depicter was there as UNHCR Special Envoy where she would help raise awareness of sexual violence and fight stigma through the films and the film-makers who came from the conflict-affected countries.

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