Scarface Turns 35 This Year, So The TriBeCa Film Festival Is Holding A Dope Screening
Brian De Palma’s iconic Scarface turns 35 this year, so to celebrate, Tribeca will screen the film plus reunite stars Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Get ready for a whole new generation to start slanging “Say hello to my little friend” memes like they are Columbian neckties. Brian De Palma’s iconic gangster film, Scarface, which in itself is a remake of the 1932 version, turns 35 this year. To celebrate the iconic film’s lasting legacy in cinema and pop culture, the upcoming TriBeCa Film Festival will hold a special screening of the film.
To make the magic feel more real, the acclaimed director will reunite with his leading stars—Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer—for a brief chat during the screening. The 2018 TriBeCa Film Festival runs from April 18-29 in New York City, with the special look at Scarface happening at the Beacon Theatre. Tickets go on sale today (March 20) at 10:00 a.m. EST at TribecaFilm.com.
Other films that are celebrating anniversaries and will be screened at TriBeCa are Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List and Alexandre Rockwell’s In The Soup. The former will find Spielberg joined by actors Liam Neeson, Sir Ben Kingsley and Embeth Davidtz for an illuminating chat.
If you’re interested then you might want to camp out on the site as we expect tickets to go faster than you can say “cock-a-roach”.