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Screenings of ‘Mean Streets’ and ‘Footloose’ to be Featured at 2024 Film Festival in Tribeca

The Tribeca Festival has announced its lineup of talks, reunions, and retrospective screenings for the 2024 edition. The festival’s Storytellers series will feature conversations with Judd Apatow, Andy Cohen, Kieran Culkin, Michael Stipe, Laverne Cox, Kerry Washington, Jon Batiste celebrating Nat King Cole, and more. The Directors series will include a conversation between director Gus Van Sant and Vito Schnabel.

Tribeca will also commemorate the 50th and 40th anniversaries of “Mean Streets” and “Footloose” with screenings followed by discussions with Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Nas, and Kevin Bacon. Additionally, Steven Spielberg will present a 50th-anniversary screening of his debut film, “The Sugarland Express,” followed by a conversation.

The festival will continue its 25th-anniversary celebration of “The Sopranos” premiere with a screening of the documentary “Wise Guy” directed by Alex Gibney, followed by a reunion with creator David Chase, executive producer Terence Winter, and the cast.

For more information on the talks, reunions, and retrospectives at this year’s festival, visit the Tribeca Festival website. The announcement follows previous lineups revealed for feature films, TV, short films, audio storytelling, and games sections. Tribeca also disclosed plans to expand to Portugal with the first European edition of the festival, Tribeca Festival Lisboa.

The 2024 Tribeca Festival is scheduled to take place from June 5-16 in New York.

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