Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times
The 2015 Sundance Film Festival came to a close earlier this week in Park City, and The Agency took center stage on the Sundance social scene. The Agency teamed up with Park City’s world-class residential development, Victory Ranch, to host the nightly, invite-only “Sundance After Seven” cocktail lounge, named one of the Top Ten Sundance Parties of 2015 by the Daily Truffle.
The Agency’s Mauricio Umansky, Billy Rose, Jonathan Ruiz and Jeff Kohl hosted the packed soirées at 875 Main, Victory Ranch’s private ski-in/ski-out clubhouse at the base of Town Lift in Park City’s historic downtown. Guests of The Agency mingled with the celebrity crowd while enjoying exclusive access to 875 Main, signature cocktails and charcuterie prepared by Victory Ranch Executive Chef Adam Price.
During the day, 875 Main served as the LA Times Sundance Headquarters, sponsored by Columbia Sportswear, where an interactive media studio was installed for interviews and photo ops with filmmakers and celebrities. Among those who stopped by included Kristen Wiig, Jason Segel, Ethan Hawke, Lisa Kudrow, Sarah Silverman, Jack Black and Jeffrey Tambor, to name a few.
When not serving as the place to be during Sundance, 875 Main is the year-round Park City clubhouse for Victory Ranch, an exclusive, private four-season destination set on 6,700 picturesque acres just minutes from Park City. For Victory Ranch members, 875 Main is their own personal basecamp, steps away from the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort, where they enjoy ski valet service, après ski festivities and a direct connection to the world-class restaurants, boutiques and spas of Park City.
The Sundance Film Festival is Park City’s biggest annual affair, the premier showcase for dramatic, documentary and short films, drawing Hollywood A-list and film enthusiasts from around the world. For more behind-the-scenes photos from Sundance, visit @TheAgencyRE, @LATimesEvents and @VictoryRanchUT.
Check out more photos from Sundance 2015 below. Photo credit: Jay Clendenin (LA Times).