January 16, 2002 02:33pm
Vivid / Giant LA Host "Giant Snow Ball" Party at Slamdance Festival
Source: Resource Media
by: Company Press Release
(PARK CITY, UT) -- Vivid and Giant LA Host "Giant Snow Ball" Party on Final Night of Slamdance Festival in Park City, Utah on January 18th
Who: Vivid Video, the leading adult film producer, will host a major first-come-first-admitted party on the final nigh of the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on January 18th produced by Giant LA and featuring Vivid Girls Jenna Jameson, Briana Banks and Chelsea Sinclaire plus world-famous Global Underground DJ Anthony Pappa.
What: "Giant Snow Ball" -- 3,000 people are expected to attend the second-annual Vivid/Giant LA party is scheduled for Friday night, January 18th. Along with the Australian-born Pappa Giant LA is providing non-stop mixes by DJs Colette, Valerie, Ezra G. and Akiko.
Where: At the historic Silvermine on the outskirts of Park City (1.5 miles south of Park City on Hwy 224).
More Info: For more information, check out: http://slamdance.com, http://groovetickets.com or http://giantclub.com.
About Vivid: The Vivid Entertainment Group is the world's leading adult film company. It is well known for its "Vivid Girl" concept under which top adult film stars are signed to exclusive agreements that are styled on the old Hollywood contract star system. Since it’s founding in 1984, Vivid has placed heavy emphasis on high quality erotic film entertainment for the couples market. Vivid is known for its innovative technological advances such as full function DVDs and popular Websites including www.vivid.com, www.vividvideo.com, www.vividdvd.com. Vivid is a major supplier of content for pay-per-view networks in North America and internationally.
About Slamdance Festival: The Slamdance Film Festival, which is billed as "By filmmakers, for filmmakers," was started in 1995 by a group of writer/director/producers and continues to be organized and programmed by active filmmakers. Now entering its eighth year as a festival that runs simultaneous to the Sundance Film Festival, Slamdance has established a unique reputation for premiering independent films by first-time directors working with limited budgets. Most recently, David Greenspan's film "Bean Cake" which premiered at Slamdance 2001 went on to win the Palme d'or for Best Short Film at the Cannes Film Festival.