The West 8th Red Carpet

As Gizzi’s was closing down, there was a bittersweet feeling that came over me. It was the end of an era, and the place that had given me so much was about to disappear. However, I was not going to let it go without a bang. I knew that we had to do something to say goodbye properly, to pay tribute to the place that put me on the map. And so, I got back involved in Sunday Night Screenings as the executive producer once again. Sponsored by Bud and Roach Show, we decided to do a dual screening, hosting two full screenings in one day. We wanted to give our loyal fans a double dose of the magic that we had created over the years. It was a risky move, but it paid off. Both screenings were packed to capacity, and the energy in the room was electric. We brought the homemade step-and-repeat that I had created and hung it on the glass at Gizzi’s entrance. It was a symbol of everything that we had achieved, a testament to the love and dedication that we had put into Sunday Night Screenings. As the night wore on, we hosted interviews with every filmmaker who screened with us that night. It was a chance for them to share their thoughts, their feelings, and their passion for the craft. It was an opportunity for us to celebrate their hard work and dedication. We capped off our presence on West 8th with a vibe that people compared to Sundance Film Festival. It was a moment that we would never forget. As I stood there, watching the filmmakers and the fans, I got emotional. We had created something special, something that had brought so much joy and inspiration to so many people. We had built a community, a family, and it was a beautiful thing to see. As we said our goodbyes to Gizzi’s, I knew that this was not the end. We would take our passion, our love, our dedication, and create something new, something even greater. We were on our way to global domination, and nothing was going to stop us.

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