By now, most of you are probably familiar with "Little Ashes," the small independent film that Robert Pattinson shot months before he embarked on his star-making "Twilight" experience. In the movie, Pattinson plays famed painter Salvador Dalí who, according to "Little Ashes," engaged in a homosexual relationship with poet Federico García Lorca (disputed by Dalí in real life).
To his credit, Pattinson went full out on the role, even adopting the artist's iconic mustache, which has now become as talked about as the film itself. And that brings us to Out Magazine's screening of "Little Ashes" here in New York City this week. As you'll see...they did a little something special to pay tribute to Pattinson. Click here or on the photo below to view more from the event.