Tribeca Film Festival Spotted

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Apr. 27 2010, Published 5:59 a.m. ET

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Heineken and Urban Daddy co-hosted the after-party for actor and director Ed Burns celebrating the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of his flick, Nice Guy Johnny with his cast including Kerry Bishé and Anne Wood on Friday night (April 23) at The Granite Room at City Hall.  Following an exciting film screening, partygoers including Chris Martin, Zach Braff and Burns' wife, Christy Turlington, among others, mixed, mingled and sipped Heineken beers into the wee hours of Saturday morning.

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Rapper-turned-filmmaker Ice Cube celebrated the debut of his film Straight Outta LA at the premiere's star-studded after-party presented by ESPN Films at Marquee on Friday night.  Jessica Alba, a Tribeca Film Festival Juror this year, surprised partygoers including The View's Elizabeth Hasselbeck and her husband, former NFL star Tim Hasselbeck, sports superstars Braylon Edwards (NY Jets), Shonn Greene (NY Jets), Brandon Moore (NY Jets) as they were clinking glasses filled with Stolichnaya specialty cocktails, Heinekens & Aveniu Brands wines, toasting to the film's success.

On Saturday night (April 24),cast mates,Helen Hunt and Liev Schreiber, with wife Naomi Watts, joined Brian Dennehy, Ezra Miller and rumored girlfriend, Zoe Kravitz, to celebrate the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Every Day at a private after-party at 675 Bar. Partygoers danced, shared stories from filming and relaxed with close friends and family after the film's premiere.

On Saturday night, actress Rashida Jones attended the Heineken and Urban Daddy after-party for Monogamy, Jones' new film that premiered earlier that evening at the Tribeca Film Festival. Guests braved the rain to come support the actress, including Star Trek co-stars Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, Scott Speedman and Hamish Linklater, among others, joined partygoers including the film's stars Chris Messina, Zak Orth and Adam Pally, who mingled and clinked Heineken beers toasting to the film's success.

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On Saturday night, director Mat Whitecross celebrated with his cast including Andy Serkis at the Tribeca Film Festival after-party for Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll at The Breslin.  Partygoers including MTV reality star Whitney Port, her new beau Ben Nemtin, True Blood star Alexander Skarsgard and award winning director Tarik Saleh, sipped on Stolichnaya vodka specialty cocktails and chilled Heineken beers while chatting about the success of the film.

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On Sunday, April 25th, Amanda Seyfried attended the Stolichnaya after-party for the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of her new film Letters to Juliet at La Bottega in the Maritime Hotel.  The beautiful starlet clinked glasses with her cast including Christopher Egan and Ellen Barkin, the film's director Gary Winick, and Seyfried's beau Dominic Cooper, who toasted with Stoli signature cocktails to the debut of the already-acclaimed new romance.  Also on-hand for the event was America Ferrera who had celebrated her birthday on Saturday night at Meatpacking hotspot, SL.

On Sunday, 675 Bar hosted the Tribeca Film Festival after-party for Last Play At Shea where partygoers including Billy Joel, joined by ex-wife Christie Brinkley and daughter Alexa Ray Joel, as well as Katie Lee Joel and Beth Ostrosky sipped on the specialty "Leading Lady" cocktail featuring both vitaminwater zero and Stolichnaya vodka as they celebrated the film's success.


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