A new film about the 2015 Met Gala, called The First Monday in May, will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 13Vogue editor-in-chief Anna is seen looking over the seating plan and remarks that if a certain guest came, he'd have to be off his phoneThe chart reveals who sat next to whom, placing George Clooney and Bradley Cooper next to the editor herselfAnna and the museum exhibit's curator also worried about the China themed coming off racist or looking like a Chinese restaurant. The Met Gala is one of the most fashionable and exclusive events in New York's social calendar. Yet despite requiring $55,000 to even secure a ticket, mere mortals are about to be given a glimpse into what goes on at the star-studded event, both on the the night itself and in the weeks and months before the big night. Wintour has been organizing the party for 21 years taking it from an intimate society affair into one of the biggest, splashiest, most anticipated and most mysterious of the season. Vogue fashionistas are now allowing regular people a chance to peek behind the velvet curtains thanks to a new documentary. The First Monday in May showcases all the drama that goes on behind-the-scenes when planning such a glamorous affair.