Gold Derby’s exclusive 2018 fall awards party in Beverly Hills welcomes Robert Forster, Adina Porter, Diane Warren, and more

On Wednesday, October 3, in Beverly Hills, Gold Derby’s 2018 fall awards kickoff party welcomed more than 200 performers, executives, publicists and industry insiders to The Farmhouse restaurant to celebrate the launch of a new awards season. The celebs included Robert Forster (“What They Had”), David Kajganich (“Suspiria”), Adina Porter (“American Horror Story”), Vincent Rodriguez III (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”), and Diane Warren (“RBG”). Click through our photo gallery above to see many of the famous folk who let loose at Gold Derby’s private shindig, which included an open bar and passed hors d’oeuvres.

Here’s the who’s-who list of of the various films and TV programs that were represented at our 2018 awards party (complete photo gallery above):

“American Horror Story” (Adina Porter)
“BlacKkKlansman” (Terence Blanchard)
“Blindspotting” (Rafael Casal)
“Blindspotting” (Janina Gavankar)
“Castle Rock” (Gina Welch)
“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” (Tati Gabrielle)
“Claws” (Jimmy Jean-Louis)
“Corporate” (Matt Ingebretson)
“Corporate” (Jake Weisman)
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (Vincent Rodriguez III)
“Good Mythical Morning” (Rhett McLaughlin)
“Good Mythical Morning” (Link Neal)
“Good Mythical Morning” (Stevie Wynne)
“Green Book” (Dimiter Marinov)
“Greenleaf” (Asia’h Epperson)
“Ice” (Konstantin Lavysh)
“Jack Ryan” (Dina Shihabi)
“RBG” (Diane Warren)
“Science Fair” (Cristina Constantini)
“Science Fair” (Jeff Plunkett)
“SK & J” (Susan-Kate Heaney)
“SK & J” (Jenn Liu)
“Suspiria” (David Kajganich)
“What Haunts Us” (Sarah Gibson)
“What Haunts Us” (Paige Tolmach)
“What They Had” (Robert Forster)

It’s a twice-a-year tradition for Gold Derby to host these ritzy events. Take a look back in our photo gallery of the party we held this past June in Hollywood.

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