The District by Hannah An opens to the public tomorrow, and in anticipation of their grand opening An and her staff welcomed Indiewire and our friends to celebrate another great year at the Sundance Film Festival.
Notable attendees included: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, director of U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize Winner “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl;” Bobcat Goldthwait, director of the documentary “Call Me Lucky;” Sean Baker, director of “Tangerine,” which will receive distribution through Magnolia Pictures this summer; Gregg Turkington a.k.a. Neil Hamburger, star of Rick Alverson’s second feature film, “Entertainment;” James Ponsoldt, director of “The End of the Tour,” which was picked up out of the festival by A24; and Michelle Satter, director of the Sundance Institute’s feature film program.
The event was produced by Audrey Cavenecia of Infidea Studios and also included an exhibition of select portraits taken by Indiewire photographer Daniel Bergeron.
Check out photos from the event below.