'Me and Orson Wells' Movie Screening and Pamela's Punch Anniversary Party

The Washington social scene Tuesday night was all about fans, from the teenaged fans of mega-star Zac Efron in Georgetown to the restaurant industry fans of blogger Pamela Sorensen, there was more than enough love to go around.

The Impact Arts and Film Fund, along with Americans for the Arts and Washington Life magazine hosted a reception with actors Zac Efron and Claire Danes, and director RIchard Linklater, for the premiere of their new film 'Me and Orson Welles. The party was held in a basement room of the Georgetown RItz-Carlton Hotel.

Initially, the crowd seemed normal and well dressed (lots of journalists and film industry people), but it quickly morphed into a 'tween extravaganza.

This was thanks to Efron, who's starring role in the 2006 film "High School Musical" has garnered the 22 year-old an enormous following among young women.

Guests moved over to the Loews Georgetown theater for the 7 p.m. screening, so ITK ducked over to Hudson, where Sorensen was celebrating the third anniversary of her highly successful D.C. events site, Pamela's Punch.

Among the more than 50 guests for the seated dinner were AOL founder James V. Kimsey, 'The Bachelor' Andy Baldwin, Suspicious Package front-woman Christina Sevilla, jeweler Ashley Taylor and GOP strategist Ashlee Reid.