Pasta-Making Pride Party Recap | Evento

First-Ever Fundraising Event Recap Video

Client: Evento
Industry: Live Event
Video Type: Marketing
Messaging Type: Interview-Based

About This Video Project

Evento hired us to film and edit a recap of their first-ever pasta-making Pride party! This fundraising event featured fresh cocktails paired with a fun pasta-making experience. Guests danced to the live music of the Tim Young band and a portion of all proceeds were donated to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute.


Welcome, everybody, to Evento’s first-ever pasta-making pride party. This is a pride party where you happen to make pasta. We have a special performer tonight in Tim Young. The proceeds, a portion of proceeds of this event are being donated to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, which is an amazing, amazing institute, which supports people from the black transgender community. We’re going to start very easy, it’s interactive, we’re going to try to make pasta. I don’t know if it’s going to work, but every time we do this, it works. Italy, right? You know the country, Italy, it’s a beautiful place? The heel of the boot, there is a region called Puglia. Everybody knows of it? So, in Puglia, they make a pasta shape called cavatelli, which is semolina and water. It’s actually a vegan pasta. Italians eat vegan? Never happened before. The recipe is very easy, guys. The water is half the weight of the flour. We did all the measurements for you because we know you’re going to get drunk, but we have 200 grams of semolina, half the weight. How much water? 100 grams. 100 grams. I know you guys hate grams. What’s your name? Rondovapolo. Rondovapolo, brava! Let’s all say cavatelli together. Cavatelli! Oh wow, this is a good crowd, I’m impressed. Now, this section, beautiful region, Emilia-Romagna. You guys heard of it? Emilia-Romagna is known for a pasta called tagliatelle, pasta all’uovo, it’s egg dough. It’s not so vegan now, right? So you have all-purpose flour and eggs. One egg, this is my grandma’s recipe, don’t share it. One egg, each 100 grams of flour. So I’ve got three eggs. How many grams of flour? 100. You guys have been drinking, I guess. Good! Now, we have stations, so when you see a bowl, it’s a station. You can be two people in a station, you can be three people in a station, look what other people do. It’s an interactive event, everybody’s gonna get their hands dirty, everybody’s gonna learn how to make pasta. We have a fantastic team. Anyway, guys, are you ready to start? We’re gonna blast the music, good luck! Let’s go! Let’s go!

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