Angelina Jolie is hard at work on the set of her latest film, Unbroken.
The 38-year-old Oscar winner was snapped on set yesterday getting animated while directing the cast and crew of the biopic about war hero Louie Zamperini.
While filming on location on Cockatoo Island in Australia, Brad Pitt's other half got down on the ground to show the castmembers what she wanted for the scene at hand. Actors who were dressed in war garb stood around Jolie as she directed them.
For the day's work, Jolie dressed monochromatically in black boots, black skinny jeans, black tank top, black sweater and a black hat.
Just over a week ago, Jolie was spotted back on the Unbroken set in Sydney after returning from L.A. where she recently received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at an early Oscars ceremony.
Jolie has been filming the movie Down Under for the past few months.
Unbroken tells the true story of former Olympian and real-life World War II hero Louis Zamperini, whose Air Force plane crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 1943. He was subsequently taken prisoner by Japanese soldiers and endured harsh circumstances before being saved by U.S. forces at the end of WWII.