Keira Knightly and James Righton attend Harvey Weinstein’s BAFTA nominee dinner

For the third consecutive year, Harvey Weinstein, in partnership with GREY GOOSE, celebrated the start of the British film award season with an intimate GREY GOOSE cocktail reception and dinner at Little House in Mayfair, London.


A glittering guest list including Uma Thurman, Keira Knightley, Naomi Harris, Cara Delevingne, Poppy Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse, Paloma Faith, Steve Coogan, Steve McQueen, Douglas Booth, Jamie Campbell Bower, Samantha Barks, Richard E Grant, Philomena Lee, Nick Grimshaw, Sam Claflin, Laura Haddock, Daniel Bruhll and Harvey Weinstein, celebrated the achievements of those rare individuals who truly fly beyond and enjoyed specially created GREY GOOSE Awards Season cocktails: Martini De La Mer, inspired by ‘Pioneering Spirit’; L’Amour Moderne, inspired by ‘Unconditional Love’; Lower East Side, inspired by ‘Return to Retro’ and, the ultimate celebratory cocktail, the sparkling GREY GOOSE Le Fizz.


To accompany the GREY GOOSE cocktails, a selection of canapés including scallop and grapefruit ceviche, cavolo nero crisps and prawn and guacamole skewers, were served. Guests then sat down to a three-course dinner with the menu including quinoa, beetroot, cucumber and radish followed by roast fillet of beef and indulgent lemon meringue.


GREY GOOSE’s partnership tonight celebrated the world’s finest in film and the achievements of today’s tastemakers who are truly flying beyond. The film industry strives to fly beyond, like GREY GOOSE’s creator François Thibault, who succeeded against all the odds to create a luxury vodka with taste in Cognac, a region renowned for its production of dark spirits. Both the film industry and GREY GOOSE share the same daring spirit and passionate pursuit of the extraordinary, after all “if you can imagine it, it can be done.”  (François Thibault).