Wanna feel old? Scarface is turning 35 this year. The film is one of many iconic flicks celebrating their birthdays at this year’s TriBeCa Film Festival. Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List is turning twenty-five. Alexandre Rockwell’s In The Soup is also being celebrated. 

Scarface director Brian De Palma will reunite with stars Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer for a special screening of the iconic film responsible for “Say hello to my little friend” memes the world over. The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival will take place April 18-29 in New York City. The special screening will go down at the Beacon Theatre. Fans of the flick will want to prime their browsers, as tickets go on sale on March 20 at 10am ET at tribecafilm.com. If you’re not one of the guys I dated in college that had a poster of Tony Montana above his bed, then you may be interested in the Schindler’s List screening, for which director Steven Spielberg will be joined by actors Liam Neeson, Sir Ben Kingsley, Embeth Davidtz.

Cinephiles will also be excited to learn the festival has added a new program to its roster, The Journey, which along with the Tribeca Talks Directors Series, Storytellers, and Masterclasses, will bring together the likes of Alec Baldwin, Edward Burns, Bradley Cooper, Claire Danes, Jamie Foxx, Lesli Linka Glatter, Spike Lee, John Legend, Nancy Meyers, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alexander Payne, Laura Poitras, Jason Reitman, and others. NBD. The festival is also bringing back it’s Future of Film series which will focus on the way emerging technologies like AI will affect the future of storytelling.