Supper Suite Celebrates the Premiere of Buffaloed, Safe Spaces, and The Short History of the Long Road


Supper Suite returned to this year’s Tribeca Film Festival with press junkets and premiere parties for Buffaloed, Safe Spaces, and The Short History of the Long Road at The Ainsworth East Village.

Supported by friends from El Tesoro Tequila, Line39, and Blue Moon Brewing, guests toasted the debut of the films with delicious cocktails and appetizers. An intimate red carpet welcomed stars Sabrina Carpenter, Steven Ogg, Danny Trejo, Zoey Dutch, Judy Greer, Justin Long, Fran Drescher, and Kate Berlant for their respective films.

Starting with The Short History of the Long Road and Buffaloed on Saturday April 27th,Safe Spaces was the last-but-not-least of the afterparties on Monday.

The Ainsworth served as the perfect escape for all the actors, directors, editors, friends and family, ect. to relax and celebrate each others accomplishment.  

Owned by A-List Communications, the pop up series hosts the most talked about parties for the most talked about films, and this year it was no different.

Photo by // Photagonist.ca

“A-List Communications strives to bring new and unique offerings to each film festival and the attending media and VIP clientele during the Festival, and we thank our sponsors El Tesoro Tequila, Blue Moon Brewing, and Line39 Wines for making it possible,” concludes A-List Communications’ CEO David Manning.


Jamie Valentino

Jamie Valentino is a Colombian-born writer based in New York City. His work has been published in Google's Art & Culture, W42ST Magazine, VULKAN, The Queer Review & STATOREC. He previously worked in the showroom at the Burberry U.S. Headquarters and freelanced in communications for Manhattan Renovations. He covers pop culture, entertainment, NYFW, premieres, events and interviews. Instagram: @Jamie_Valentino Jamievalentino26@gmail.com

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