Fest events beyond the screenings

Many of the events and panels listed require tickets; parties are strictly by invitation only.

Thursday, April 21
9 p.m. Filmmaker Welcome Party (Apple store, 103 Prince St., Soho)

Friday, April 22
7 p.m. Sony Classics’ “Layer Cake” reception (Megu, 62 Thomas St.)
8 p.m. Party for “Aurora Borealis” (Tribeca Grill, 375 Greenwich St.)
8 p.m. “The Great New Wonderful” reception (Church Lounge, Tribeca Grand Hotel)
8 p.m. Party for “Neo Ned” (Aer Lounge, 409 West 13th St.)
8 p.m. Showtime party for “Rikers High,” “After Innocence” and “Same Sex America” (Nobu, 105 Hudson St. at Franklin Street)
10 p.m. Party for “All We Are Saying” (W Hotel, Union Square)
11 p.m. Party for “Long Distance” (Tribeca Grand Hotel)
11 p.m. Party for “Excavating Taylor Mead” (Double Happiness, 173 Mott St.)
Saturday, April 23
9 p.m. Party for documentary “To the Other Side” (Tribeca Cinemas, Lower Lounge, 54 Varick St.)
10:30 p.m. Party for “The Sisters” (Rock Candy, 35 E 21st St.)

Sunday, April 24
4 p.m. Reading of “Love Is Brilliant” with William H. Macy (Tribeca Grand Hotel screening room)
8 p.m. IFC Film party for “The Baxter” (Aer Lounge)
9:30 p.m. Party for “Transamerica” (M1-5, 52 Walker St.)

Monday, April 25
9 a.m. Tribeca Working Breakfast Series: The Agency, with tenpercenters from Gersh, William Morris and UTA (Tribeca Rooftop, 2 Desbrosses St.)
6 p.m. GM/Women in Film cocktail reception (Tribeca Cinemas)
6:30 p.m. Party for IFC’s “Punk Attitude” (CBGB 313, 313 Bowery St.)
7 p.m. Tribeca Talks: Irwin Winkler & the Political Thriller (Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Theater 2 – TPAC 2)
7 p.m. “Tenants” party (Aer Lounge)
7 p.m. “Satellite” – soundtrack release party (Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard St.)
9 p.m. “Alchemy” party (Mocca Lounge, 78 Reade St.)
10 p.m. Party for “SHOW Business” (Tribeca Grill)
10 p.m. “L.A. Riot Spectacular” party

Tuesday, April 26
9 a.m. Tribeca Working Breakfast Series: The Midsize, with execs Tom Bernard, Bob Berney, Keri Putnam and Ruth Vitale (Tribeca Rooftop, 2 Desbrosses St.)
7 p.m. Tribeca Talks: musician Jon Brion (Prada Store, 575 Broadway)
7 p.m. Party for “Runaway” (203 Spring St.)
8 p.m. Documentary filmmakers party, hosted by A&E IndieFilms (BLVD, 199 Bowery)

Wednesday, April 27
3 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: John Trudell (Knitting Factory)
3:40 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Ben Jelen (Knitting Factory)
4:20 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Damien Rice (Knitting Factory)
5 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Suzanne Vega (Knitting Factory)
7 p.m. Dinner for “Yes” (Bubby’s, 120 Hudson)
9 p.m. Doc “Trudell” post-screening perf by John Trudell (Tribeca Rock Club, 16 Warren St.)

Thursday, April 28
3 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: John Trudell (Knitting Factory)
3:40 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Paul Buchanan (Knitting Factory)
4:20 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Suzanne Vega (Knitting Factory)
5:15 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Ivy (Knitting Factory)
8 p.m. Tribeca All Access Awards (Tribeca Grand Hotel)

Friday, April 29
3 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Ben Jelen (Knitting Factory)
3:40 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Nic Armstrong & the Thieves (Knitting Factory)
4:20 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Paul Buchanan (Knitting Factory)
5 p.m. ASCAP Music Lounge: Shawn Colvin (Knitting Factory)
7 p.m. Tribeca Talks: A conversation with Peter Greenaway (Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Theater 2 – TPAC 2)

Saturday, April 30
10 a.m. Family Festival Street Fair (Greenwich Street)
4:30 p.m. Reading of science-noir “Hubble” (Tribeca Cinemas)
7 p.m. “Muppets Wizard of Oz” (Scholastic Auditorium, 557 Broadway)
7 p.m. Tribeca panel: And She Rescues Him Right Back, with Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas and Lynda Obst (TPAC2)
8 p.m. Award Night Party (Embassy Suites Atrium, 102 North End Ave.)

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