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The 46th Annual USA Film Festival will feature 24 separate events and screenings, with a variety of big name actors and filmmakers in attendance.

This year’s program highlights (in-person guests) include:

  • Salute to actor Alfred Molina and writer/director Ira Sachs with screening of Sachs’ new film Little Men.
  • Salute to the legendary photojournalist Harry Benson with screening of the new documentary, Harry Benson: Shoot First. The program will be hosted by actor (and USAFF Advisory Board member) Peri Gilpin; Harry Benson and filmmakers Matthew Miele and Justin Bare will be in attendance.
  • Salute to writer/director Whit Stillman (in attendance) with screening of his new film, Love & Friendship.
  • Salute to country music superstar Charley Pride with screening of the new documentary, Country: Portraits of an American Sound; Charley Pride and writer/director Steven Kochones will be in attendance.
  • Salute to actor Bruce Davison with screenings of the new short film, Extra School, and new feature film, Displacement. Dallas-born actor Courtney Hope (the Divergent series) returns to her hometown with a screening of Displacement; writer/director Kenneth Mader will also be in attendance.
  • Special repertory screening of The Diary of Anne Frank with star Millie Perkins in attendance.
  • Screening of the fascinating new documentary The Witness (a re-examination of the murder of Kitty Genovese) with writer/director James Solomon and writer Bill Genovese in attendance.
  • Screening debut of the Dallas-based documentary, Taking Back Oak Lawn, with director Steven Pomerantz and other guests in attendance.

The full schedule of films can be found at usafilmfestival.com.

The 46th Annual USA Film Festival will feature 24 separate events and screenings, with a variety of big name actors and filmmakers in attendance.

This year’s program highlights (in-person guests) include:

  • Salute to actor Alfred Molina and writer/director Ira Sachs with screening of Sachs’ new film Little Men.
  • Salute to the legendary photojournalist Harry Benson with screening of the new documentary, Harry Benson: Shoot First. The program will be hosted by actor (and USAFF Advisory Board member) Peri Gilpin; Harry Benson and filmmakers Matthew Miele and Justin Bare will be in attendance.
  • Salute to writer/director Whit Stillman (in attendance) with screening of his new film, Love & Friendship.
  • Salute to country music superstar Charley Pride with screening of the new documentary, Country: Portraits of an American Sound; Charley Pride and writer/director Steven Kochones will be in attendance.
  • Salute to actor Bruce Davison with screenings of the new short film, Extra School, and new feature film, Displacement. Dallas-born actor Courtney Hope (the Divergent series) returns to her hometown with a screening of Displacement; writer/director Kenneth Mader will also be in attendance.
  • Special repertory screening of The Diary of Anne Frank with star Millie Perkins in attendance.
  • Screening of the fascinating new documentary The Witness (a re-examination of the murder of Kitty Genovese) with writer/director James Solomon and writer Bill Genovese in attendance.
  • Screening debut of the Dallas-based documentary, Taking Back Oak Lawn, with director Steven Pomerantz and other guests in attendance.

The full schedule of films can be found at usafilmfestival.com.

The 46th Annual USA Film Festival will feature 24 separate events and screenings, with a variety of big name actors and filmmakers in attendance.

This year’s program highlights (in-person guests) include:

  • Salute to actor Alfred Molina and writer/director Ira Sachs with screening of Sachs’ new film Little Men.
  • Salute to the legendary photojournalist Harry Benson with screening of the new documentary, Harry Benson: Shoot First. The program will be hosted by actor (and USAFF Advisory Board member) Peri Gilpin; Harry Benson and filmmakers Matthew Miele and Justin Bare will be in attendance.
  • Salute to writer/director Whit Stillman (in attendance) with screening of his new film, Love & Friendship.
  • Salute to country music superstar Charley Pride with screening of the new documentary, Country: Portraits of an American Sound; Charley Pride and writer/director Steven Kochones will be in attendance.
  • Salute to actor Bruce Davison with screenings of the new short film, Extra School, and new feature film, Displacement. Dallas-born actor Courtney Hope (the Divergent series) returns to her hometown with a screening of Displacement; writer/director Kenneth Mader will also be in attendance.
  • Special repertory screening of The Diary of Anne Frank with star Millie Perkins in attendance.
  • Screening of the fascinating new documentary The Witness (a re-examination of the murder of Kitty Genovese) with writer/director James Solomon and writer Bill Genovese in attendance.
  • Screening debut of the Dallas-based documentary, Taking Back Oak Lawn, with director Steven Pomerantz and other guests in attendance.

The full schedule of films can be found at usafilmfestival.com.

WHEN

WHERE

Angelika Film Center & Cafe
5321 E. Mockingbird Ln.
Dallas, TX 75206
http://www.usafilmfestival.com/

TICKET INFO

Free-$10 per screening.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.