The sketch comedy television series aired its finale 25 years ago.
This year’s Tribeca Film Festival will include a reunion of the cast of In Living Color for a screening and panel discussion.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the event “will feature a screening of the series’ pilot episode as well as a reunion and conversation about the show’s lingering influence with creator and star Keenen Ivory Wayans and stars Shawn Wayans, Kim Wayans, Tommy Davidson, Rosie Perez, and David Alan Grier.”
The event comes ahead of the show’s 25th anniversary of its finale. The last episode of In Living Color aired in May 1994.
A couple months ago, the Tribeca Film Festival released its roster of films for this year’s event, including a documentary about D’Angelo.
Titled Devil’s Pie: D’Angelo, a synopsis of the documentary is as follows:
Acclaimed R&B artist D’Angelo was on the precipice of super-stardom when he disappeared entirely from the public eye in 2000. Now preparing a comeback tour, Bijlsma’s film finds D’Angelo at a crossroads between a haunted past and uncertain future.
Devil’s Pie is directed by Dutch filmmaker and photographer Carine Bijlsma.
Aside from Devil’s Pie, the film festival will also be showing documentaries on hip-hop and fashion (The Remix: Hip-Hop and Fashion) and Woodstock (Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation), as well as films on Muhammad Ali (What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali).
Check out the full lineup at the festival’s official website. It takes place April 24 through May 5 in New York City.