The Sundance Diaries Day 2: Naomi Watts Celebrates ‘Two Mothers’; Nancy Pelosi Supports Daughter Alexandra + More

The second day of Sundance kicked off even more impressively than the first.

First off was an intimate dinner for 30 feting Naomi Watts’ new film, Two Mothers. The meal, held at a private residence in Park City, was presented by Luminara and sponsored by the Mulberry Project NYC.

Watts attended with co-stars James Frencheville and Xavier Samuel.

Dave Grohl also celebrated his documentary Sound & City with a Chefdance dinner before heading over to Park City Live to perform with Stevie Nicks, members of the Foo Fighters, his ex-Nirvana bandmates, John Fogerty and Rick Springfield.

Stella Artois celebrated its first evening at Sundance by throwing a party honoring its latest ad campaign “Timeless Beauty”, shot by iconic photographer Annie Leibovitz.

Noah Huntley, the campaign’s star, was on hand to unveil the official campaign portraits at Village at the Lift.

Ellen Page reunited with Juno mom Allison Janney for a dinner celebrating her film, Touchy Feely, at the Samsung Galaxy at the Lift space.

She then went on to meet another of her former Juno co-stars, Michael Cera, for the Pussy Riot – A Punk Prayer afterparty at Ciceros and ensuing performance by Peaches.

Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi attended the premiere of daughter Alexandra’s HBO documentary, Fall From Grace, as did Governor Jim McGreevey. The Yarrow Theater also hosted the premiere of fellow documentary The Battle of amfAR, which was attended by directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman as well as designer and amfAR Chairman of the Board, Kenneth Cole and Maria Cuomo Cole.

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