After two previous nights of after-parties, Charleston International Film Festival attendees took over Pantheon for the last bash before the awards ceremony Sunday. Filmmakers sporting official CIFF badges mingled with new-found fans along with many of the gay bar’s regulars. The night began with a super laid-back vibe, but after enough free Sailor Jerry Rum, Stella Artois, and Palmetto brews, the real fun began. California-based rock band Snow in Africa held the attention of a crowd of attendees, while others networked or just enjoyed the spotlight after months of hard work. Things picked up even more once the DJ took over and the crowd flooded the dance floor to break it down, CIFF style.