Posts Tagged ‘party’
You can read it here… big stuff going on at ACEFEST!
“BIG CITY BIG DREAMS” The Entertainment Industry Social Event of the Year Official Opening Night After-Party of ACEFEST 2010 Friday, August 20th 9pm – 4am Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to meet, mix & mingle with rising stars in the Entertainment Industry at one of Manhattan’s most-exclusive private lounges, Luxe! This is your [...]
As I mentioned in an earlier post, the opportunity to expand our Film Industry Bash‘s to other geographic locations has been an eye-opening experience. This past week, we broke the seal on Austin, TX. In case you are unaware, Austin is a force to be reckoned with as it quickly gains recognition as one of [...]
Well, this party just may have been our best yet! Over 200 film industry professionals gathered at the exclusive Luxe Lounge in the Midtown-West area of Manhattan for an evening of mixing, mingling and bowling (yes… BOWLING!) We’ve received excellent feedback about the venue, quality of guests, music and atmosphere. No matter what club we [...]
ACEFEST, Manhattan’s beloved annual grassroots film festival, whose mission is to cultivate, promote and preserve American independent cinema and encourage networking among its followers, is kicking-off its fourth season with industry parties in three major cities: Los Angeles, Austin and, of course, New York City.
Well, we’ve finally recovered from Thursday’s NYC Film Industry Party at Amnesia Nightclub. It was a huge success! We’ve received quite a bit of positive feedback as well as significant interest in another party already. I do, however, want to candidly rant for a moment about some things we weren’t entirely pleased with. Throughout the [...]
ACEFEST partners-up with Back Stage to produce their 3rd annual Film Industry networking event in Midtown Manhattan on March 25th. NEW YORK, NY. February 26, 2010 – In the Entertainment business, establishing new connections is vital to one’s success. ACEFEST has taken the traditionally low-key, and oftentimes awkward, environment of networking events and brought it [...]