We’ve Got Penn in Cannes Exclusive Film Festival Coverage All This Week!


Last year we had our special Penn in Cannes correspondent Felisha Liu (W’09) providing us with coverage from the festival.

This year, Brian Tran (W’10) just wrapped up his week in Cannes and is this year’s special Dueling Tampons Correspondent giving us the exclusive early scoop about some of the great (and not so great) films to come out of the festival. Plus how this year’s festival has changed somewhat from last year…

Brian will be a Senior in the Wharton School this fall, studying Marketing and an individualized concentration in Media and Entertainment. He also attended the Cannes Film Festival last year as part of the Penn-in-Cannes program, but this year he’s back with a film in the Short Film Corner and Film Market (he was a Producer and Director of Photography for a short film directed by Courtney Terwilliger (C’10) called The Power of Freedom). Brian also writes film critique for 34th Street Magazine and is Business Manager for Penn Singers.

Check back tomorrow when Brian tells us about:

  • his red carpet experience
  • the much better access he had with his higher “festival badge accreditation” 
  • whether he had to “beg” this year
  • which big star walked right in front of him

Check out last year’s Penn in Cannes posts HERE

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