Cannes Day 14: All Good Things Must End

976083_10201262617708491_1102488358_oToday was sadly, my last day at the Cannes Film Festival.  It was such a wonderful experience and I know that I am going to cherish those days for the rest of my life.  I’ve learned so much since being here–it really put myself and my career path into perspective.  Honestly, none of the business side to the film industry is taught in any classroom, let alone the non-BFA film program at Rutgers University.

The last few days here were the most beautiful as well.  The weather was perfect.

Spent the last day here walking around the city, just enjoying the sights.

Spent the last day here walking around the city, just enjoying the sights.

Had to do some photoshoots for Rutgers.  I'm sure they are going to love these.  RU Rah Rah

Had to do some photoshoots for Rutgers. I’m sure they are going to love these. RU Rah Rah

Old Cannes.  So beautiful.

Old Cannes. So beautiful.

We all went out to a nice fancy dinner for the last night.

We all went out to a nice fancy dinner for the last night.

And it was fantastic.  Duck breast with baked pear and plum frappe and gnocchi.

And it was fantastic. Duck breast with baked pear and plum frappe and gnocchi.

The last red carpet for the closing film, Zulu.

The last red carpet for the closing film, Zulu.

It was sad.  I didn't want it to end.  I wish I could have just stood there for another two weeks.

It was sad. I didn’t want it to end. I wish I could have just stood there for another two weeks.

They let us in the orchestra for the closing film.  90% of the professionals were gone by that point, so it was just us.

They let us in the orchestra for the closing film. 90% of the professionals were gone by that point, so it was just us.

Had some Swiss chocolate on the way home.

Had some Swiss chocolate on the way home.

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