The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival is underway, which means New York is crawling -- even more than usual! -- with some of the world's most famous faces. Festival founder Robert De Niro will make regular appearances, but more rare sightings come from high-profile galas and screeners.
WEDNESDAY: It all kicked off Wednesday night with the premiere of "Love, Gilda," where Tina Fey introduced the much-anticipated documentary to a sold out audience at the Beacon Theatre.
All the celeb sightings at 2018 Tribeca Film Festival:
THURSDAY: The always-beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer reunited with "Scarface" co-star Al Pacino at the Beacon Theatre to discuss the movie 35 years (!!) after its release. Meanwhile, downtown in Tribeca, a packed house watched John Legend in conversation with Sara Bareilles.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick hit up the red carpet and after-party for "Blue Night," as did SJP's co-stars Jacqueline Bisset and Common.
The buzzy "Westworld" season 2 screening featured a panel discussion with stars Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, James Marsden and Jeffrey Wright.
See photos from the "Westworld" screening:
FRIDAY: Antonio Banderas appeared at the world premiere of National Geographic's "Genius: Picasso," in which he played the title role.
The premiere of "Back Roads" saw Jennifer Morrison and Nicola Peltz, who was joined by boyfriend Anwar Hadid.
SATURDAY: Bradley Cooper sat down for an in-depth talk with De Niro about their past work together, including "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle."
Before hitting the red carpet, Saoirse Ronan happily posed for selfies with fans and Ansel Elgort sent bystanders into a frenzy when he arrived with his girlfriend. Inside, Alec Baldwin and Annette Bening greeted each other warmly before posing for photos together.
One of the best-dressed of the evening was Christina Hendricks, whose figure looked out of this world in an embellished black lace top at the premiere of "Egg."
More celeb appearances around the festival included Michael Shannon, Whoopi Goldberg, Tara Lipinski and Sam Waterston.
SUNDAY: Chloe Grace Moretz wore a head-turning silver vest at the premiere of "The Miseducation of Cameron Post."
MONDAY: Bruce Springsteen shocked audience members when he hopped onstage to perform with Patti Smith at the world premiere of her documentary "Horses: Patti Smith and her Band."
Jamie Foxx invited a few lucky audience members onstage to dance with him during his Q&A panel.
TUESDAY: "Karate Kid" co-stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka reunited on the red carpet -- more than 30 years since they shared the screen in the 1984 classic.
Photos: "Karate Kid" co-stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka reunite for "Cobra Kai"
Pregnant Rachel Weisz joined Rachel McAdams at the premiere of their highly-anticipated film "Disobedience."
During a panel discussion with Alec Baldwin, Spike Lee told that he saw "Black Panther" four times and it "changed everything." Baldwin chimed in, "Don't you want to ask me what I thought of 'Black Panther'?!" leading the audience to laugh and applaud.
More star sightings included Kevin Bacon and Steve Buscemi.
WEDNESDAY: Oscar winner Sam Rockwell was on the red carpet for his film "Woman Walks Ahead."
THURSDAY: Alia Shawkat took home the Best Actress award at the yearly awards ceremony. Meanwhile, Claire Danes sat down for a Tribeca Talks, where she discussed the progression of her career over the years.
Katie Couric moderated a panel discussion on "Sweetbitter," and much of the Cuomo family showed up to support Sandra Lee's documentary "RX: Early Detection": Governor Cuomo, Lee's longtime boyfriend, was there with Chris Cuomo and more family members.
The night ended with a 25th anniversary screening of "Schindler's List," where the cast -- Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Embeth Davidtz, and Caroline Goodall -- joined Steven Spielberg onstage as the crowd gave a standing ovation.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY: Everyone wanted a glimpse of Paris Hilton and sister Nicky Hilton at the premiere of "The American Meme."
Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman showed up to support their daughter, Maya Hawke, who stars in "Little Women."
Julianne Moore, Sienna Miller, Lupita Nyong'o, Marisa Tomei and more power women of Hollywood spoke at a "Time's Up"--oriented Day of Convention and Action.
Closing night of the festival was a swanky affair for Showtime's highly-anticipated "The Fourth Estate," where Ann Curry moderated a conversation after the screening with The New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet, Washington Bureau Chief Elisabeth Bumiller, White House Correspondent Julie Davis, Washington Investigative Correspondent Mark Mazzetti, director Liz Garbus, and producer Jenny Carchman.
Above: Ann Curry moderates a discussion with top political news editors for "The Fourth Estate." (Getty)
Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Ray Liotta stepped out with his ex-wife Michelle Grace. He was actually with his girlfriend Silva Lombardo.