Penelope Cruz poses while announcing a documentary film for the benefit of children with leukemia, in Madrid, Thursday, Oct. 8.
AP Photo/Abraham Caro Marin
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Oscar-winning actress Penelope Cruz, who plays a woman fighting breast cancer in her latest film "Ma Ma," said Thursday that she would direct a documentary on childhood leukemia.Cruz's first documentary will tell the story of children with leukemia, their parents and their doctors.Cruz rose to international prominence in 2001 with roles in Hollywood films "Vanilla Sky" and "Blow". She won a best supporting actress Oscar for her role as an artist in Woody Allen's 2008 comedy "Vicky Cristina Barcelona".
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