2006_02_ARTSZOOM.jpgThe Zoom In Awards take over the Puck Building tonight. Inside the room will be buzzing with a who's who crowd of the indie (and not so indie) scene - including Christine Vachon, President of Killer Films and Executive Producer of Kids and I Shot Andy Warhol - two of our favorite films that use NYC as a backdrop. Geoff Gilmore, Director of the Sundance Film Festival will be receiving a Lifetime Achievement award from David Linde, Producer of Brokeback Mountain. We're calling that a "I can't quit you" line will be somehow dropped into the handing over of the award.

The awards are so indie that they also booked some downtown talent to entertain the folks. Bravo Silva will be performing after the ceremony and the Misshapes will be deejaying until the wee hour of midnight (which we're guessing is actually pretty early for them).

If you wanna come see if for youself, you can still buy a ticket (for $75) right here. Mingle, network and name drop all night with other industry folk.

[Full Disclosure: Yes, "we" manage Bravo Silva.]