"Salome" is a filmed version of the play, while "Wilde Salome" is a documentary that captures the challenges Pacino faced in performing in the play while also directing the two features.
Oscar Wilde's play follows the legend of King Herod and his desire for his young stepdaughter, Salome, as well as her sexual baiting of John the Baptist. It is Wilde's most controversial work and was banned in London in the late 19th century.
Pacino first saw the play performed in London in 1988 with Steven Berkoff in the role of Herod, and the performance inspired an obsession for Pacino with the work.
"Having 'Salome' and 'Wilde Salome' shown in this context is very rewarding. It's a real source of excitement to me that cinemas across the U.K. will be able to see my films and to share our discussion," Pacino told the Hollywood Reporter.
Pacino is a two-time Tony Award winner and Academy Award winner. He made his Broadway debut in 1969 with Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?, which won him a Featured Actor Tony Award. His screen credits include "The Godfather" and "Scent of a Woman."