Monday, May 6, 2013
7:OOPM – Midnight
GIFF kicks-off their Film Fest week with a black tie salute to James Bond. This event will be first-class and unforgettable, Guests are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite Bond character or spy. The event will feature an outdoor cigar lounge, mini spy museum, pianist and DJ,
Martini drink specials
Baccarat and Roulette Tables
A Silent Auction
Not to mention Aston Martins and, of course, gorgeous Bond girls.
Attire is Dress to Kill.
Last but not least, a celebrity appearance from actor/singer Robert Davi. Davi played the villain “Franz Sanchez” in “007 License to Kill Bond.”
$135 per Person
DONATE a Ticket for a Wounded Service Member
Buy your tickets early as they are sure to sell out quickly.
This event is not to be missed!!!
Proceeds from the gala will benefit the GI Film Festival, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the stories of American veterans through film and television.
About Robert Davi:
Robert John Davi was born on June 26, 1953. Davi is an actor and jazz singer. He has played such roles as Vietnam veteran and Special Agent Johnson in Die Hard, the villainous Jake Fratelli in The Goonies, and Al Torres in Showgirls. However, Davi is perhaps best known for playing lead villain and drug lord Franz Sanchez in the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill as well as FBI Special Agent Baily Malone in the NBC television series Profiler.
About GI Film Festival:
GI Film Festival is held in Washington, D.C. See the Reel Stories about our Real Heroes. Enjoy world premieres, red carpet events, VIP parties, celebrity guests and filmmaker workshops.
About Sip With Socialites:
Founded in 2011, Sip With Socialites is a best friend to trendsetting professionals. In addition to our habit-forming blog, Sip With Socialites hosts monthly fundraisers for our pet charities and causes.
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