Deadline's 2011 Oscar Party Roundup

5:30 PM-8:30 PM: Host Paul Haggis, Briani & Vanity Fair party for APJ
Eveleigh, 8752 W Sunset Blvd

6:00 PM-8:00 PM: Graydon Carter/Vanity Fair cocktail party for Wendy Stark and Ray’s Restaurant/Stark Bar at LACMA
LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Blvd

8:00 PM Cocktails/8:30 PM Dinner: Interview Magazine & Hugo Boss Dinner for David O. Russell/The Fighter
Asia de Cuba, 8440 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood

5:30 PM: Host Zooey Deschanel, DKMS Charity Party
Solange Azagury-Patridge, 340A N Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills

6:30 PM: Art Of Elysium/Vanity Fair/Cosmopolitan Hotel’s Pieces Of Heaven Benefit Auction To benefit Elysium project
Siren Studios, 6063 W Sunset Blvd 

7:30 PM: Harvey Weinstein & Dior, Dinner and evening of movies & music
Chateau Marmont, 8221 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood

8:00 PM Oscar Dinner co-hosted by InStyle, Rodarte, and MOCA
Mr Chow, 344 N Camden Drive

TBD, Global Green 8th Annual Pre-Oscar Party
Avalon, 1735 Vine Street, Hollywood

11:30 AM Cocktails/1:00 PM-3 PM: Essence Honors Black Women In Hollywood Awards & Luncheon
Beverly Hills Hotel, 9641 Sunset Blvd

12:30 PM: Oxfam/InStyle Luncheon
Soho House, 9200 W Sunset Blvd, #817

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM: Big 10 Party sponsored by L’Oreal Paris & Tommy Hilfinger
Getty House, 605 S Irving Boulevard 

6:30 PM: Oscar Wilde: Honoring the Irish in Film Event
The Ebell, 743 S Lucerne Blvd

6:30 PM Red Carpet/7:00 PM Dinner: David Foster & Leeza Gibbons, Dare2care – Party with a Purpose to benefit the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation and the work through Leeza’s Place
BOA Steakhouse, 9200 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood

7:00 PM-9:00 PM: Richard Mille & Vanity Fair/Fox Searchlight Pictures
Bar Marmont, 8171 West Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles

7:00 PM-12:00 AM: Hosts Marvin V. Acuna & Bacardi/Evening honoring Academy Award Nominees Paul Tamasy & Eric Johnson for “Best Original Screenplay” for The Fighter
1305 Allenford Ave, Brentwood

TBD: Hollywood Domico Party
Sunset Towers, 8358 Sunset Blvd

4:00 PM-6:00 PM: British Oscar Nominees Reception hoested by British Concul-General, Dame Barbara Hay
450 S June Street, Los Angeles

5:00 PM-7:00 PM: WHO: The Board of Women in Film and Perrier-Jouet Champagne honor the 2011 Female Oscar Nominees for cocktails & hors d’oeuvres hosted by Halle Berry and Cathy Schulman
Soho House, 9200 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood

7:30 PM: OK! Magazine and BritWeek Oscar Party
The London Hotel, 1020 San Vicente Blvd

7:30 PM: WME Oscar Party
Home of Ari Emanuel

7:30 PM: UTA Oscar Party
Home of Jim Berkus

9:00 PM: CAA Oscar Party
Home of Bryan Lourd

9:00 PM-12:00 AM: Vanity Fair, L’ Oreal Paris & Lucky Brand/“DJ Night” Pre-Oscar Celebration
The Palihouse, 8465 Holloway Drive, West Hollywood

TBD: QVC Red Carpet Style Party
The Four Seasons Hotel, 300 S Doheny Drive

11:30 AM Reception/1:00 PM Luncheon/2:00 PM Awards: Film Independent’s Spirit Awards
2030 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica

12:30 PM: Barry Diller’s Annual Picnic For Graydon Carter/Vanity Fair
Home Of Barry Diller

6:00 PM-9:00 PM: LA Confidential Pre-Oscar Bash
Latitude 33, 330 Washington Blvd, Marina Del Rey

6:30 PM: ABC Pre-Oscar Reception & Dinner
Wolfgang Puck’s Spectra, Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Avenue

7:30 PM: Charles Finch & Chanel Pre-Oscar Dinner
Madeo, 8897 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles

8:00 PM: Motion Picture & Television Fund Foundation’s 9th Annual Night Before pre-Oscar Fundraiser hosted by Jeffrey Katzenberg
Beverly Hills Hotel – The Pool, 9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills

9:00 PM-1:00 AM: Peter Travers & the editors of Rolling Stone Oscar Weekend Bash
Drai’s Hollywood, W Hotel, 6250 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles

9:00 PM: The Weinstein Company Pre-Oscar Party
Soho House, 9200 W Sunset Blvd #817

4:00 PM Cocktails/5:00 PM Dinner: Sir Elton John and David Furnish, 19th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party to benefit the Elton John Aids Foundation
Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood

4:00 PM: Red Carpet/5:00 PM Dinner: Night Of 100 Stars Oscar Party
Beverly Hilton Hotel, 9876 Wilshire Blvd

4:30 PM: InStyle‘s Oscar Viewing Party
Boa Steakhouse, 9200 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood

4:30 PM-9:30 PM: Mercedes Benz Oscar Viewing Party
Soho House, 9200 W Sunset Blvd

4:00 PM Red Carpet/5:00 PM Show: 83rd Annual Academy Awards
Hollywood Kodak Theatre, 6801 Hollywood Blvd

9:00 PM-2:00 AM: Dani Janssen Oscar Party dinner, dessert, drinks
Home Of Dani Janssen

10:00 PM: Demi Moore & Madonna Oscar Party
Home of Guy Oseary

10:30 PM: 2011 Vanity Fair Oscar Party
Sunset Tower Hotel, 8358 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood

Post-Oscars: Fox Searchlight After-Party
MyHouse, 7080 Hollywood Blvd

11:00 PM: Patrick Whitesell Oscar After-Party
Home of Patrick Whitesell

  1. What a snoozer of a year!

    The King’s Speech Impediment is going to take the big prize (a’la Shakespeare in Love) and everyone in America is going to say, “Did they just award Best Picture to some movie about a stuttering king?!?!”

    I guess the parties are the only thing to look forward to…

    And once again, money (Harvey) wins out.

      1. Based on his comment, I’d assume he has. I found the film enjoyable, but rather slight and predictable. Basically, the kind of movie I’d feel comfortable recommending to my grandmother, but hardly anything special.

        1. well ~ The King’s Speech was definately not for the A.D.D population, but if you can slow your roll, breathe deeply and listen intently you would find genius in them thar film!
          The theme was about ignoring power and superficial labels of a society,and watching how a man overcomes the legacy of his father and finds his strength in his own voice,
          It was also about another man , who saw through the bullshit of societal rules and was confident enough to know he could help someone else find his own power within himself. Nobility is, as nobility does.
          Plus it was done in such a beautifully aesthetic way. The sets, the lighting ~ ahhhh! it was as if each frame was a painting.
          I hope you will revisit this film and see its splendor.

  2. Nikki, now can you tell me how a struggling actor who doesn’t know any important people in this town can get into one of these?

    1. The parties are hardly if ever a good time. But if you still want to go you need to do something truly distasteful… befriend a publicist.

    2. Well if one wants to really make news without getting arrested.


      2.Be a Valet.

      3. Join a catering firm and serve the caviar or the hottest drink.

      4. Be a personal assistant to carry the gift bags.

      5. parachute in.

      6. Just follow Lindsey Lohan.


  3. If someone doesn’t know about these parties, then it should probably stay that way. Not to mention the influx of calls from executives, talent, and reps trying to whore there way into these parties now. Thanks for sparing the hosts of these “home of” parties some trouble by not actually publishing their address…although I’m sure by next year you’ll include a map.

  4. Yes sir, in Hollywood, Oscar is King. That’s what Dave Letterman always says. With all those parties surely it’s true.

    The only good thing is that they’re paying the caterers and the servers and the parking valets to work at the parties so in that way it benefits the local economy in true tricke-down fashion. The paps also get paid for selling the photos they take from the street and driveways.

    It’s still a grotesque display of wealth and the elitism of these parties is what they get off on. God forbid somebody gets in to the Vanity Fair party or one of the other parties who’s not a VIP.

    There should also be more parties that list isn’t nearly long enough why so few this year? (rolls eyes, runs and hides)

  5. Jim Berkus is such a classy guy. His Oscar party will probably be BYO this year. Can you guess what agency I work for?

  6. I know I have the invitation somewhere… I must have left it in the limo.

    I would love to go to Danni Janssen’s party. I was always a big fan of her husband, David. Danni, email me.

  7. i love those parties, talents all around, everyone pretends to be enjoying themselves at the same time their trying to get connected to some high rank hollywood shmuck. there’s when you get the best acting performances of the year. even if their not actors.

  8. Heard the Big 10 party at the mayor’s house was actually the The Hollywood Reporter’s Nominees’ Night.

  9. I also heard that there is another party at SOHO House on Friday for Shorts International. Not sure if Ms. Halle is part if that one too but it could be cool.

  10. The first-ever SHORTS AWARDS Event beginning at 9 pm on 25 February at Soho House in West Hollywood. The purpose of the evening is to have a great time celebrating outstanding accomplishments in the world of short film during 2010.

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