party kontroll

by jaredmoshe
April 14, 2005 9:42 AM
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Two weeks ago my boss opened up his apartment to host the premiere party for KONTROLL, a film The Film Sales Company sold to Thinkfilm last year at Cannes (shameless plug!). As parties go, it was - in my unbiased opinion - a complete success. By opting to do it at an apartment instead of an ultra trendy, velvet roped club or a shoplifter friendly retail store, the party had a crowded yet intimate feel without being a hook-up fest or pretentious celebration of pomposity (perhaps one day i'll talk about the other party in the same neighborhood i once went to that does fall into that category). An apartment also personalizes the whole affair, and I think I am not alone in saying I would be in favor of more events of a smiliar nature. It was also the high point of my night as three birthday parties later I ended up wandering a place i had only been once before in my life and witness to things better left unsaid.

Well anyway - To all those who came out to celebrate, I hope you enjoyed the food and the people and had a plain old great time.

Below is a photo of the three men of the hour. From left to right: Nimrod Antal - the director, Tamas Hutlassa - the producer, and Andrew Herwitz - the host/sales agent. (Photo by Brian Brooks/indieWIRE)


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  • Houston King | April 15, 2005 5:57 AMReply


    Too gloat about a party after not inviting me.......such manners...;)

    Nonetheless, I wanted to invite you and indiewire readers to the Funny Ha Ha Release party at the Delancey in NYC on April 27th at 8pm to hear the awesome band Bishop Allen and DJ Skintight.......