What is Cinebash? Translated literally, Cinebash is a film party. This unforgettable evening will blend art installations, food, music, dance, and other elements for an immersive and multisensory experience celebrating the cinema arts.
This year’s Cinebash is themed around the work of graphic designer Saul Bass, best known for his motion picture title sequences, including Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo and Psycho, promotional movie posters for such films as Exodus, The Shining and West Side Story, as well as some of the world’s most recognizable logos.
The Main Event
- Date: Saturday, June 23 from 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM
- Location: Atlanta Contemporary
- Tickets: $35 in advance and $40 at the door
Cinebash party guests will step into the world of Saul Bass via a collection of art installations that make dynamic use of light, color, and movement, conceived and produced under the creative direction of Danny Davis of Protect Awesome, known for his ambitious and wildly imaginative work with such clients as Goat Farm Arts Center, Burning Man and Atlanta Contemporary. From 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM, Taste of Atlanta will bring an assortment of delicious bites from restaurants Alon's Bakery & Market, 1KEPT, City Barbeque, DAS BBQ, and FLIP Burger Boutique. Other party highlights include signature themed drinks, fun photo ops, a commemorative poster, plus a custom swag bag filled with branded giveaways. Music by DJ Santiago Páramo will play throughout the night.
Roll with Saul Bass: A VIP Cinebash Preview
- Date: Thursday, June 7 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
- Location: Atlanta Stove Works
- Tickets: $150 limited availability
(includes entry to the Cinebash Main Event)
Before the main event, meet the creative team behind Cinebash and get a sneak preview of this first-of-its-kind film party. High Roller Sushi will create a pop-up dining experience with desserts by Yum! Catering. The night will also feature music by Fringe Factory's DJ Vikki Vaden as well as a collectible movie poster raffle.
Special guests at the VIP Cinebash Preview include AJFF Executive Director Kenny Blank, creative producer Danny Davis, and an appreciation of Saul Bass from Deanna Clark of the American Institute of Graphic Arts.