The Tribeca Film Festival 2011: The Complete Guide To Celeb Spotting & Party Hoppin

by Christina Makoyawo · April 21, 2011

    The 10th annual Tribeca Film Festival, with founding sponsor American Express, kicked off last night!  It's the perfect time for celeb spotting and of course, partying. We've put together an end-all-be-all list of the hottest after parties and events. Take a look!

    The Bang Bang Club premiere after-party at La Bottega. Thursday, April 21st.

    Sponsored by American Express, this event should bring out Steven Silver, Ryan Phillippe, Malin Akerman, Taylor Kitsch, Greg Marinovich and Matt Dillon.

    Puncture premiere after party at 1Oak. Thursday, April 21st.

    Presented by RED, the super luxe venue will house castmembers of the film Chris Evans, Jesse L. Martin, Vinessa Shaw and director of the film, Adam Kassen.

    Lotus Eaters premiere after party at Liberty Hall. Thursday April 21st.

    Lotus Eaters, a film about the luxurious yet self-destructive social lives of London's elite will house its afterparty at Liberty Hall. The film's cast members Amber Anderson, Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Cynthia Fortune Ryan, Daisy Lewis, Jay Choi, Katrena Rochell are set to attend, along with the director of the film, Alexandra McGuiness. Glenn Close is also expected.

    The Trip premiere at The Chelsea Room. Thursday, April 21st.

    Presented by Heineken, the event will take place at the cozy and subterranean Chelsea Room. The comedic film features London comedians Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan.

    Talihina Sky premiere afterparty at Marquee. Thursday, April 21st.

    Also presented by Heineken, this event taking place at  Marquee. The films subjects Kings of Leon will be in attendance, along with the film's director Stephen C. Mitchell and producer Casey McGrath.

    Tribeca Drive-in: When The Drum Is Beating screening at North Cove at World Financial Center. Friday, April 22nd.

    Presented by Jet Blue and Time Warner Cable, the film features 20-member Haitian band Septentrional. Featuring the band's music as a background, the documentary focuses on the country's independence from French colonialism to 2010's devastating earthquake.

    Angel's Crest premiere and afterparty at 675 Bar. Friday April 22nd.

    Hosted by 675 Bar, the film's premiere after party should bring out Kate Walsh, Jeremy Piven, Thomas Dekker, Mira Sorvino, Lynn Collins and director, Gaby Dellal.

    The Good Doctor premiere after party at The Living Room, W Hotel Downtown. Friday, April 22nd.

    Sponsored by Stolichnaya Vodka, some expected familiar faces to attend the film's afterparty are Orlando Bloom, Riley Keough, Rob Morrow, Sorel Carradine and Taraji P. Henson.

    Catching Hell premiere at Cabanas at the Maritime. Saturday, April 23rd.

    Presented by Time Warner Cable, the sports film highlights and explores the psychology of die-hard sports fans and the hysteria that turned Steve Bartman into the most hated man in Chicago. In attendance, Amir Bar-Lev, Nicole Lapin, Annie Sundberg and the film's director Alex Gibney.

    Jesus Henry Christ premiere after party at Don Hills. Saturday, April 23rd.

    The film features an endearing and genius "petri-dish" child on a quest to find his biological father, to the dismay of his single mother. The film's cast, expected to be in attendance are Jason Spevack, Samantha Weinstein, Frank Moore, Danny Moder and Mark and Mickey MacDonald. Also in attendance, actress and the film's producer Julia Roberts and director, Dennis Lee. Event presented by Stolichnaya Vodka.

    Tribeca Drive-In: The Muppets Take Manhattan at North Cove at World Financial Center. Saturday, April 23rd.

    Presented by Jet Blue and Time Warner Cable, this family-fun film closes out the 3rd night in the Drive-in Series.

    The Perfect Family premiere at Thom Bar. Sunday, April 24th.

    Sponsored by American Express, the venue plans to house castmembers Kathleen Turner, Jason Ritter, Angelique Cabral, Rebecca Wackler, Richard Chamberlain, Sharon Lawrence and director Anne Renton.

    God Bless Ozzy Osbourne premiere at Anchor Bar. Sunday, April 24th.

    Soho's Anchor Bar will house the whole Osbourne family for a night. Celebrating the film's subject, Ozzy, Sharon, Kelly, Aimee Osbourne will be in attendance. As well as the film's producer, Jack Osbourne and directors Mike Fleiss and Mike Piscitelli. Event sponsored by American Express.

    Chanel Artist Dinner at Odeon. Monday, April 25th.

    Last year's Chanel Artist Dinner was packed with stars, actors, socialites, entertainment and fashion figures. Each year, a group of acclaimed artists contribute special pieces for the Festival. They are exhibited before serving as awards for 10 winning filmmakers. Take a look at last year's event to get a feel.

    Last Night premiere at Avenue. Monday, April 25th.

    The film's cast members Eva Mendes and Griffin Dunne should be in attendence, along with director Massy Tadjedin. Event held at Chelsea hotspot Avenue and sponsored by American Express.

    Detachment premiere after party at 675 Bar. Monday, April 25th.

    Hosted by 675 Bar, the film about a stoic substitute teacher plaqued with struggles at a failing school within a failing school system. Guest should expect to see Adrien Brody, Blythe Danner and the film's director Tony Kaye in attendance.

    Love Hate Love premiere at Tenjune. Tuesday, April 26th.

    Meatpacking district's Tenjune will house the premiere after party for Love Hate Love. In attendance will be Liz and Steve Alderman, Esther Hyman, Ben Tullipan, Jack Grandcolas, the film's producer Sean Penn and directors Dana Nachman and Don Hardy. Presented by Stolichnaya Vodka.

    L'Amour Fou premiere after party at Le Bain. Tuesday, April 26th.

    L'Amour Fou, a film about great fashion legend Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé. The documentary features Bergé's difficult decision to sell off their immense collection of precious art and more told by Yves' partner in fashion, business and life. Sponsored by Persol.

    TFF's Shorts Filmmaker Party at Avenue. Tuesday, April 26th.

    Presented by BING, this year's Shorts Filmmaker Party takes place at Chelsea's Avenue. Rachel Bilson and Karl Lagerfeld are amonst the list of TFF Shorts producers and are scheduled to attend. Tunes will be spinning courtesy of Samantha Ronson.

    Everything Must Go premiere afterparty at Macao. Wednesday, April 27th.

    Presented by American Express, the film tells the tale of Nicolas Halsey, who, after losing his job and his wife in the same day, moves all his possessions and himself, to his front yard. The film's star, Will Ferrell and director Dan Rush should be in attendance at Macao.

    Janie Jones premiere after party at Marquee. Friday, April 29th.

    Presented by American Express, the event should bring out the film's stars Abigail Breslin and Alessandro Nivola. Breslin and Nivola are also scheduled for a special performance.

    A Good Old Fashioned Orgy premiere after party at Liberty Hall. Friday, April 29th.

    Taking place at Liberty Hall, the event is likely to bring out familiar TV faces Nick Kroll, Will Forte, Tyler Labine, Leslie Bibb, Lindsay Sloane, Lucy Punch and its directors, Peter Huyck and Alex Gregory. Sponsored by Stolichnaya Vodka.

    Newlyweds premiere after party at M1-5. Saturday, April 30th.

    Presented by Heineken, the film about a newly wedded couple whose honeymoon period is suspended by the arrival of the husband's wild-child baby sister and the crumbling marriage of the wife's meddlesome sister. This event is scheduled to take place at Tribeca hot-spot M1-5.

    TFF Wrap Party at Eye Beam. Saturday, April 30th.

    Sponsored by Heineken, this year's wrap party brings the 10th annual TFF to a grand close at Eyebeam.

    Please note that all events and parties are RSVP only.

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