Going green has been chic for a while and the documentary 2012: Time for Change explores how the planet can grow even healthier, and not explode to pieces like it did in the John Cusack disaster flick 2012. Filmmaker Joao Amorim follows journalist Daniel Pinchbeck, author of bestseller 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, as he tries to transform the global approach to dealing with the environment and talks with eco-activists like Sting, David Lynch and Ellen Page. The film had its New York premiere last Thursday at the SVA Theater, hosted by Mr. Sting, Yvonne Force Villareal, Bonnie Young, among others. On a steamy night, the green (of course) carpet was red hot with Donna Karan, Padma Lakshmi and sexy Paz de la Huerta who vamped it up for photographers like a Vargas pinup girl. I can't wait to see Paz in HBO's next big, bloody hit the Atlantic City, prohibition era drama Boardwalk Empire, which premieres September 19th.