Indiewire goes 10 a.k.a It's still not j-pop

By jaredmoshe | Jared Moshé's Blog December 20, 2006 at 11:00AM

Indiewire goes 10 a.k.a It's still not j-pop

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IndieWire's own glam, paparazzi Mr. Brian Brooks

Diana Williams vamps her way into the underground section of the party.

All around great Greek and New Fest's own Basil Tsiokos with all around great publicist Christine Richardson

Hunting Lane's Alex Orlavsky, a producer of big winner Half Nelson, and his girlfriend are joined by screenwriter Mark Lord.

Harris Dew of the IFC Theater claims it's important to make hand gestures during photographs.

indieWIRE's Eugene Hernandez doesn't agree.

Sandi Dubowski director of Trembling Before G-D chats at the bar. He's producing the upcoming doc Love is Jihad, which is gonna as great as its title suggests.

Always hard at work, Magnolia's Ben Stambler took a break from the celebration to do answer emails via Blackberry.

The Tribeca Cinema kicked everyone at promptly at 2:00 AM, and the party moved to the street outside where IFC Lizzie Nastro cozied up with Mammoth's Tom Cunha.

What night at the Gotham's doesn't end at the Nancy Whiskey ponder Jeff Reichardt and Sophie Bouchart, both of Magnolia fame.

David Nugent and Fariha Zaman say goodbye before heading home for the night.

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