Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, The Duchess of York and Matt Damon just a few
of the many Celebrities in Attendance
TORONTO, Sept. 30 /CNW/ - INK Entertainment proudly welcomed over 20,000 guests throughout ten solid days of programming during this year's festival, providing unique and memorable experiences for local and international film enthusiasts, industry professionals and tastemakers. INK venues were the hottest spots for all of the film fest action with live music performances, celebrity appearances, diverse DJs and delectable food and cocktails. Whether it was Drew Barrymore and Ellen Page celebrating their film Whip It! at Tattoo Rock Parlour or Nicolas Cage toasting the cast of Bad Lieutenant at Ultra - the red carpets were always full.
INK was honoured to present two socially relevant events in benefit of children's charities. Kool Haus played center stage for a charitable gala in benefit of ONEXONE featuring Mary J Blige and with Matt Damon in attendance. Welcoming thousands of guests, the event raised much needed funds to help children all over the world. INK, alongside CTV, Hello! Magazine and John Paul & Associates, was proud to host The Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson and her daughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie as they held an exclusive evening in honour of The Sarah Ferguson Foundation at Ultra.
Also on the hot-spot list was Ame, INK's newest collaboration with Rubino Restaurants. Ame's heritage wood design, contemporary Japanese cuisine and unrivaled modern cocktail menu offered the perfect recipe for evening socializing and celebrity sightings; including the official afterparty for feature film The Joneses starring David Duchovny, Demi Moore, Amber Heard and Ben Hollingsworth.
INK Entertainment would like to thank everyone who attended and contributed to the success of our events over the past weeks and looks to another successful year in 2010.
For highlights from all of our parties and to see what else is on the horizon please visit www.ink-00.com.
About INK Entertainment
Headquartered in Toronto, INK is the parent company of some of the most successful complexes in the entertainment industry including Toronto's longstanding Guvernment Kool Haus Entertainment Complex; This is London, Ultra and Dragonfly Nightclub on Niagara Fallsview Casino grounds. Charles Khabouth, owner and operator of INK has been a significant presence on the Toronto nightlife scene since the early '80's. His restaurant Oceans is the only Canadian restaurant ever featured on Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.
INK, in partnership with the Liberty Entertainment Group, is the parent company of Tattoo Rock Parlour - Canada's only trendy rock bar and tattoo shop combined and Spice Route, King West's Asian Bistro-bar. In 2009 INK in conjunction with Rubino Restaurants launched the highly anticipated Japanese restaurant Ame in downtown Toronto. In addition to premium entertainment structures and restaurants, INK is expanding outside Toronto in a new partnership with Horseshoe Valley and the launch of Wasaga Entertainment in Wasaga Beach.
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For further information: For further information: and all media inquiries please contact: Tara Hendela, Director of Public Relations, INK Entertainment, (416) 869-9444 x237, Tara@ink-00.com