|Directed by||Al Pacino|
|Produced by||Barry Navidi|
|Written by||Al Pacino|
|Music by||Jeff Beal|
|Edited by||Pasquale Buba
Wilde Salomé is a 2011 American documentary-drama film written, directed by and starring Al Pacino. An exploration of Oscar Wilde's play Salomé, the film premiered at the 68th Venice International Film Festival. At the festival, Pacino was presented with the Glory to the Filmmaker! Award and the film won the Queer Lion award.
The United States premiere of Wilde Salomé was held on March 21, 2012, at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco's Castro District. Marking the 130th anniversary of Oscar Wilde's visit to San Francisco, the premiere was a fundraiser for the GLBT Historical Society, with 1,000 tickets reserved for sale to the public.
A new version of the film without the documentary elements, titled Salomé, was released on August 10, 2013 in the United States and on September 21, 2014 in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
- Al Pacino as Himself / King Herod
- Jessica Chastain as Salome
- Kevin Anderson as Himself / John the Baptist
- Estelle Parsons
- Roxanne Hart as Herodias
- Barry Navidi as Himself
- Joe Roseto as The Young Syrian / Narraboth / Captain of the Guard / Himself
- Jack Stehlin as Nazarene / Jewish Leader / Himself
- Steve Roman as the Cappadocian
- Ozman Sirgood as King Herod / Desert Sequence
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- "Castro Theatre Film Premiere With Al Pacino: Wilde Salomé to Benefit GLBT Historical Society". History Happens. March 2012. Retrieved March 2, 2012.
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