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Students attend Cannes Film Festival

Several Emerson students and one staff member have traveled to France to take part in the Cannes Film Festival through a program called Creative Minds in Cannes, which runs through May 28. While there, students will network and intern with industry professionals, attend workshops and film screenings, and meet Emerson alumni working in the industry who are also in attendance.

Students involved in the program are: Jordan Baker, David Broyles, Oyku Canli, Liz Fisher, Alexandra Hayes, Tiffani Hiler, Stefani Robinson, and Michael Sellari. Anna Feder, program coordinator for the Department of Visual and Media Arts, is accompanying them.

Feder and the students will blog throughout the trip about their experiences and about Emerson community members who are participating in the festival. Follow their blog »

The Cannes Film Festival is an event that previews new films of all genres from around the world. Founded in 1946, it is one of the world's most prestigious film festivals.

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