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Sundance is over and while the fest is already a blur, parties and film screenings continue, back in NYC…

Palm Pictures celebrated the upcoming release of their new film, “The Nomi Song”, a fun & informative docubio about the late German new-waver Klaus Nomi. After a screening that starteda bit late, Palm, Blackbook, and a new website called IndiePix.net, celebrated in the crowded VIP loft atop the lux Gansevoort Hotel in MePa. After watching a trailer for “Gunner Palace” in the elevator the party included flavored Bacardi drinks and a few trays of bread, crackers, meats, and cheeses. Having missed the film last year in Berlin, Tuesday’s screening was a nice teaser for my upcoming trip to Berlinale 2005 next week. Amigo Michael and I stayed for a spell and then grabbed a swagbag on the way out, including: “Sex & Lucia”, “Revenge of the Robots”, RES, and “Noi Albinoi” DVDs, a Martina Topley-Bird sampler, and an old issue of Blackbook.

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