Outside of John Travolta butchering Idina Menzel’s name, you may recall that another memorable moment from last night’s Oscars was a song performed in the acceptance speech for Twenty Feet from Stardom as “Best Documentary”.
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…And do you know that this isn’t the first time Penn alumni films have been nominated for Oscars?
2) In 2006, the short film Our Time is Up, directed by Rob Pearlstein (C’95), produced by Loren Mendell (C’95), and contributions by medical consultant Dr. Cara Rubinstein Gardenswartz (C’96) got a nom. You can watch the film below:
3) In 2000, Colin Campbell’s (C’91, President of Intuitons, Without A Net, Penn in Pictures 2001 panelist) short film Seraglio was nominated for an Oscar. Check it out below:
More Penn alumni at the Oscars here
More Penn alumni filmmakers here