Angelina Jolie has been pictured on set for the first time since announcing her double mastectomy.
The 38-year-old actress, who underwent the preventative procedure earlier in 2013, appears in photos published by MailOnline and E! News on the Los Angeles set of Unbroken.
Jolie is directing the feature, written by the Coen Brothers, about the life of Olympic runner Louis Zamperini, who became a POW during World War II.
The actress-turned-director is seen wearing a white blouse, black pencil skirt and nude heels as she juggles a handbag and materials.
The appearance came three months after Jolie revealed in a New York Times op-ed piece she underwent a preventative double mastectomy after learning she carried a BRCA1 gene mutation, significantly increasing her chances of developing breast cancer.
The actress, who shares six children with fiance Brad Pitt, touched on her family's heart-breaking struggle with the disease in the article.
"My chances of developing breast cancer have dropped from 87 per cent to under five per cent as a result of the February procedure," Jolie wrote.
"I can tell my children they don't need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer."
Jolie made her directorial debut with 2007 documentary A Place in Time. She also wrote and helmed 2011 war romance In the Land of Blood and Honey.Unbroken is scheduled for release in December 2014.