On the eve of the Oscars, Sony Pictures Classics held a delightful dinner to honor their nominated film “Pain and Glory.”
Guests gathered at the immaculate The West Hollywood EDITION for an intimate night of celebration for the beloved film.
The delightful affair hosted Academy Award nominees Pedro Almodovar for Best Foreign Film and Antonio Banderas for Best Actor.
Mingling at the opening reception over champagne and swanky golden beers courtesy of Peroni Nastro Azzurro, guests reflected on the divine Spanish movie up for awards at the ceremony tonight.
Joined by Sony Pictures Classics Co-Founder and Co-President Michael Barker, the Oscar winning filmmaker and leading man toasted the affair with attendees over cocktails courtesy of cult gin Monkey 47.
Well wishes were shared across the elegant hotel space as invitees enjoyed Morro Bay Black Sea Bass and Roasted Chicken followed by Crema Catalana for dessert.
Here is to another beautiful weekend in Los Angeles were the stars shine brighter than any other place in the world.