I think for now he's only confirmed for Salome/Wilde Salome (if you click on the titles they list him) and they either will update the website link or send out Twitter updates for when he will make a couple of other appearances.
Nice career overview that runs parallel to the festival.
Only Pacino could get a career overview that's (mostly) positive and have no mention of his best performance of the 80s (Local Stigmatic), 00s (Angels in America), his best recent performance (Phil Spector) and among some others not mentioned at all : Merchant of Venice, And Justice For All, Carlito's Way, Scent of a Woman, Donnie Brasco - because nobody ever sees the same Pacino ......
From today's NY Times - regarding his appearances:
The survey also leads up to the U.S. premieres on March 30 of “Wilde Salomé,” his 2011 documentary exploration of the Oscar Wilde play; and “Salomé,” his 2013 dramatic companion piece, both starring Jessica Chastain.
Mr. Pacino will be on hand at Q & As following a sneak peek of those films on March 28, as well “Sea of Love” and “Revolution” on March 29
That was a priceless interview btw - sort of dissing O'Neill, sort of praising Odets, totally dissing the rehearsal process (Actors take 5 weeks pretending they don't know the play and the playwright pretends he does....), and the most succinct summing up of Kennedy and not remotely talking politics either "won a Pulitzer Prize for a book he didn't write, f'ing a Russian spy, f'ing the girlfriend of the head of the mafia .......lol
Yet another interesting article and it's no coincidence that I don't agree with this one either at all about Cruising or Donnie Brasco (how is that "underrated" now? Oh no Oscar nod, right......come on) or how much this writer values "subtle" (UGH)......but this goes back to an argument I always make - nobody sees the same Pacino - this article, the Village Voice one, the Slant one all are more less talking about his greatness in entirely different ways and entering their own evidence...........in this era of BS consensus building where we are all supposed to see things "the same" way, his very career is a glorious testament to weirdness, uniqueness, contradiction.
This is a good one, talking about Salome/Wilde Salome, and pretty lucid and interesting. I don't know if he's touched on this in these in person appearances, but this one, with fellow actor Stephen Fry is basically a good summation for all of us who didn't get to go.
www.vulture.com/2018/03/every-al-pacino-movie-ranked-from-worst-to-best.html Vulture ranking all his perfs, but leaving off his great TV work for some reason. Mostly a wonky list with infuriating writeups on the films. They rank Revolution and Author Author above fairly better perfs in Manglehorn, People I Know, etc. Only interesting ranking is how highly they put The Insider, where Pacino is indeed underrated.
The only world where Revolution and (especially) Author Author are better performances than Manglehorn and People I Know is some awful bizarro world where pacinoyes is clearly not being consulted for his opinion by the people at Vulture.
Side note: I would stab myself in the neck with a plastic fork to hear what Al and DiCaprio talk about.
Wilde Salome on Vimeo - for now anyway (free). Doesn't seem like Salome itself has been posted but fans of Jessica Chastain need to seek that out as well. She's quite the show in Wilde Salome too.......