Set in a warm and inviting atmosphere, guests dined on a 3-course meal accompanied by specialty drinks presented by Hennessy V.S. The evening closed with the honorees and guests enjoying their choice of delectable desserts and The Blackhouse opening night celebration featuring Grammy-award nominee DJ Vikter Duplaix.
WHO: Hosted by Bevy Smith- TV Host, writer and creator of “Dinner with Bevy”
NOTABLES IN ATTENDANCE: Ava Duvernay (Award-winning Director, honoree), Sal Masekela (TV host, entertainment journalist, recording artist, filmmaker, honoree), Keri Putnam (Sundance Institute, Executive Director), Jesse Williams (Actor/Grey’
WHEN: Friday, January 18, 2013
WHERE: The Blackhouse at Buona Vita Restaurant 804 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060
Lisa Humphrey- Premier Concepts 310.293.4154 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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About Bevy Smith
Bevy Smith's keen style sense and her razor sharp intuition enable her to recognize trends and make her a distinguished figure in the worlds of fashion and media. Smith created ‘Dinner with Bevy’ as an exclusive event series that connects trendsetters in fashion, style, entertainment, and media within chic, intimate dinner settings. ‘Dinner with Bevy’ has hosted events for some of the industry’s top celebrities, including Kerry Washington, Ashanti, Vanessa Carlton, Chris Brown, Solange, and Anthony Mackie. Smith has appeared as a TV personality on VH1, E! Entertainment, Access Hollywood, Oxygen, BET, The Food Network, and TV ONE. She is a frequent contributor for Paper, Interview, and Glamour, where she was recently named a “Glambassador”
About The Blackhouse Foundation
The Blackhouse Foundation was created in 2006 by a group of dedicated individuals interested in preserving and furthering the legacy of black cinema. The Blackhouse® works to provide a platform for African-American filmmakers, encouraging them to use their divergent voices to tell stories by and about people of African descent through independent film. The Blackhouse Foundation works to expand opportunities for black filmmakers by providing a physical gathering venue for our constituents at the world’s most prominent film festivals, encouraging the inclusion of black filmmakers with films selected by the festival, and creating a nucleus for continuing support, community, education and knowledge.