Look closely at the foreigners buzzing around a hospital tent above one of Haiti's biggest refugee camps and a face stands out: There, carrying the box of supplies, is Sean Penn .
He's guiding a Haitian girl to waiting doctors. Now he's lobbying the chief of U.N. peacekeeping operations to provide better security for the camp's 45,000 people. And now he's talking to the press.
"These people are going to have nowhere to go, by and large, in the rainy season," the Oscar-winning actor told The Associated Press. "The efforts that we've seen ... have been extraordinary — down the line. But this is an impossible kind of situation."
The 49-year-old actor came to Haiti about a week after the Jan. 12 quake killed an estimated 230,000 people and made 1.3 million homeless. He's left just a few times since — mostly for Haiti-related meetings, he said, and to present the Oscar for best actress — and doesn't plan to leave again until mid-April.
"As long as this camp is here, we'll stay here," Penn said.
France honors Burton
American movie director Tim Burton has been inducted into France's cultural honor roll in a Paris ceremony.
Culture Minister Frederic Mitterand made the director of such films as "Alice in Wonderland" and "Edward Scissorhands" an officer in France's National Order of Arts and Letters.
Burton says he has always loved France and felt a special connection with the French public.
French actress and Oscar winner Marion Cotillard was also honored at Monday's ceremony.
Tribeca lineup announced
The ninth annual Tribeca Film Festival will include a new movie from Neil Jordan , a documentary on Joan Rivers and a Southern folk tale starring Robert Duvall .
The New York festival announced the bulk of its lineup Monday.
Making its U.S. premiere will be Jordan's "Ondine," which stars Colin Farrell as a fisherman who reels in a mermaid.
Duvall stars in "Get Low," a folk tale set in 1930s Tennessee and directed by Aaron Schneider.
The documentary selections include films about comedian Rivers ("Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work"), Canadian rock band Rush ("Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage") and hairstylist Vidal Sassoon ("Vidal Sassoon: The Movie").
Another year older
Today's birthdays: Comedian Jerry Lewis , 84... singer-songwriter Jerry Jeff Walker , 68... actor Erik Estrada , 61... country singer Ray Benson (Asleep at the Wheel), 59 ... rapper-actor Flavor Flav , 51 ... folk singer Patty Griffin , 46 ... rock musician Wolfgang Van Halen , 19.