It’s a family affair! While attending the opening night of MoMA’s Doc Fortnight premiere of Prune Nourry’s Serendipity exhibition in New York City on Thursday, February 21, Angelina Jolie showed up with not just one date but four — her sweet kids! Donning a sparkly black deep v-neck blouse paired with black pants and heels, the Lara Croft: Tomb Raider star and her brood celebrated nonfiction film at the annual international festival.

Though not all of Angelina’s kiddos were present, the 43-year-old was accompanied by Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, and Shiloh, 12. Not seen with the actress were her two youngest kids, twins Knox and Vivienne, 10. Take a look at the pic of Angelina and her children from the event below!

Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Zahara Marley Jolie-Pitt, Maddox Chivan Jolie-Pitt, Prune Nourry and Pax Thien Jolie-Pitt attend the Opening Night of MoMA's Doc Fortnight Premiere of Prune Nourry's Serendipity
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A night out with her youngsters is not surprising considering Angelina is always spotted around town with her adorable kiddos. Whether shopping in Los Angeles with Zahara, taking Maddox on university tours in South Korea or selling organic dog treats in the park, there is no doubt that the Mr. & Mrs. Smith star is a dedicated mama.

In fact, her once-estranged father, Jon Voight, who Angelina has now reconciled with, even recently gushed of his daughter’s parenting skills. “Well, she’s a good mom I’ll tell you that,” the 80-year-old exclusively told Closer Weekly at the Movieguide Awards at Universal Hilton Hollywood on February 8. “She is very loving to the kids and very much there with them, always there with them although she has a busy life. She doesn’t miss any opportunity to inquire into their lives and help them every step of the way. So I’m very proud of her.”

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Jon said that despite her tumultuous and messy divorce with ex-husband Brad Pitt, Angelina will always have her children’s best interest in mind. “Everybody is good, yes. Yes they are getting big. That’s the way it is, you know,” the Ray Donovan actor said. “People don’t realize how short life is. You don’t realize, most young people hear their parents and their friends of their parents say ‘life is short.'”