Harvey Weinstein’s Football Party

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Sunday’s Sundance revelry started with football. TWC chief Harvey Weinstein held his annual football viewing party at the fest, this time at the Waldorf Astoria in Park City. The hotel’s long bar area was set up with multiple TVs to accommodate a mix of agents (CAA’s Roeg Sutherland and Maha Dakhil, and WME’s Graham Taylor), other biz folk and a smattering of talent (Don Johnson, Zach Braff, Anne Hathaway). The afternoon’s host held court in a back room in front of the largest screen TV. At one point, Weinstein was asked if he’d had fun at the SAG Awards the night before. He answered, “Yeah, I had a great time losing 12 awards in a row.”

— Sharon Swart, The Hollywood Reporter
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This party has become lore at Sundance and this year Harvey has forsaken the Stein Eriksen Lodge for an “Unforgettable” experience at The Waldorf Astoria’s stunning property in Park City. The very elevated viewing party featured a custom ice bar, Lime-Chicken, Jicama Slaw on Ciabatta Bread, Oysters Rockefeller and truffle popcorn.

— The Hotspot Orlando
Anne Hathaway attends Harvey Weinstein’s football viewing party at the Waldorf Astoria Park City

The Waldorf Astoria Park City Once again one of the most coveted invites at Sundance has nothing to do with the films and their stars. Harvey Weinstein will leave the Stein Eriksen Lodge this year for an “Unforgettable” football viewing party at The Waldorf Astoria Park City. The very elevated Conference Championships viewing party will feature a custom ice bar, Bison and gruyere cheese sliders, Oysters Rockefeller and truffle popcorn. This party has become lore at Sundance, attended by the likes of Len Blavatnik, Ron Burkle and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the past.

Travis Cronin and Jennifer Peros, Us Weekly
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Mar 4, 2014 | Posted by in Produced Events | Comments Off on Harvey Weinstein’s Football Party