The Sundance Film Festival is in full swing and Hollywood's hottest stars are taking in all the sights, sounds and shindigs!
This past weekend, "The Office" actress Rashida Jones and "Grey's Anatomy" cutie Jesse Williams were honored at the Moet & Chandon and The Blackhouse Foundation dinner for their dedication to black independent film and the preservation of black cinema.
During the festival, Rashida premiered her film "Celeste & Jesse Forever," while Jesse presented "Question Bridge: Black Males," which he served as executive producer.
The celebratory evening was spearheaded and hosted by Bevy Smith--television personality, writer, creator of "Dinner With Bevy," tastemaker and all around gal about town--who was appropriately dressed in a glittery champagne colored frock.
And what's a Moet party without a blinged-out bottle (or two) of bubbly?
Both Rashida and Jesse were presented with their very own bottles of Moet & Chandon with the names of their films bejeweled on the front.
Also on hand to fete the duo were Rashida's father Quincy Jones and singer Estelle.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story mistakenly stated that Rashida Jones starred in "Bridesmaids." She did not.
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