The 2015 Sundance Film Festival has been going on all week in Park City, Utah!
The fest had a slew of must watch indie film premieres and star studded parties.
MYWW hit the fest to bring you all the celebrity hotspots and indie movie magic!
The memorable late night festivities kicked off with Grey Goose Vodka, who created the Blue Door Lounge where guests gathered to sip Goose martinis and nibble on passed hors d’oevres nightly.
Goose served as a cozy retreat for festivalgoers and was packed with famous festival attendees including; Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Nixon, Jesse Eisenberg, Jason Segal, Ethan Hawke, Dianna Agron, Brooklyn Decker, Malin Akerman, Richard Dreyfuss and Blythe Danner.
Hands down, the ultimate culinary experience at the fest this year was the ChefDance Dinner Series! Each lux foodie dinner brilliantly paired some of todays top chefs with famous industry insiders.
During the week, ChefDance hosted hundreds of VIP’S who feasted every night on five courses created by an impressive round robin of top chefs worldwide including; Chef Steven Fretz, Chef Parind Vora, Chef Dustin Trani, Chef Shawn Armstrong and Chef Paola Dorigato. The cast of “Stanford Prison Experiment”, Billy Crudup, Olivia Thirlby and Tye Sheriden closed out the series dining on a tasty menu created by Bravo’s hit show, “Best New Restaurant.”
For those who were cordially invited, the festival late night party scene didn’t disappoint and was super exclusive thanks to Tao Nightclub! Dj vice and Jermain Dupri created the beats that kept guests coming back to the pop up location on Main Street in Park City…. Several famous faces celebrated their films at Sundance including; Kellan Lutz, Zoe Kravitz, Keanu Reeves, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, James Marsden, Eli Roth, David Arquette and Sonny John Moor, A.K.A Skrillex!
The indie films that still has everyone talking this season included, “The Adderall Diaries,” starring James Franco, Amber Heard, Ed Harris and Christian Slater, is perhaps one of Sundance’s most star studded film along with “Anesthesia.” The film stars “Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart and the legendary Glenn Close.
Franco had another breakout film at this years festival, “I Am Michael” with Zachary Quinto and Emma Roberts. The true story follows Franco’s character, Michael, a gay activist who somehow evolved himself into an ex-gay Christian fundamentalist.
“The Diary of a Teenage Girl” brought together SNL Alum Kristen Wiig with Alexander Skarsgard and newcomer Bel Powley for a film about a teenage girl who falls in love with her mother’s boyfriend.
Plus, “Mississippi Grind,” starring Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendlesohn, tells the story of a down on his luck gambler who sets out to win big in New Orleans with a little help from an unlikely friend.
Tune in to MYWW for exclusive coverage of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival!