Monty Python is Reuniting at Tribeca Film Festival for their Documentary Premiere

Monty Python — The Meaning of Live will bring together the surviving fellas (John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin) of the titular comedy troupe. The Wrap writes that the film is getting an international premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.

The film gives a backstage look at the preparations behind the 2014 Python reunion that went on at The O2 in London. Roger Graef and James Rogan direct Monty Python — The Meaning of Live.

To sweeten the pot, a showing of the classic Holy Grail will be featured for the film's 40th anniversary. And the other Python films will be screened too. Holy Grail will be shown April 24 at the Beacon Theatre; The Meaning of Live goes on Saturday; Life of Brian is screening April 25; and The Meaning of Life is on April 26.