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Dallas unveils full programme

Programmers at the Dallas International Film Festival have selected 42, Decoding Annie Parker and Sweetwater as the Centerpiece Films.

Screening in the World Cinema strand are Blancanieves, A Hijacking and In The House [pictured], while Premiere Series features the world premiere of Java Heat as well as The Brass Teapot, Kings Of Summer and Midnight’s Children.

The narrative feature competition includes A Teacher, Azooma and The Dirties and among the documentary competition entries are God Loves Uganda, Beyond All Boundaries and We Always Lie To Strangers.

Documentary Showcase features Venus & Serena and The Other Shore and Latino Showcase introduces Clandestine Childhood, Man From The Future and 7 Boxes, among others.

“From family-friendly fare featuring girls with their dogs and a cup-stacking contest to challenging documentaries that bring you into the daily lives of some of the world’s most interesting people — well known and unknown alike — the variety of films offered truly define our festival,” said artistic director James Faust.

“They range from funny and light-hearted to thought-provoking and generation-defining. The one thing these diverse films have in common is that these film-makers are telling stories with the spirit and creativity that is the hallmark of independent film-making.”

The festival is scheduled to run from Apr 4-14. For the full line-up visit the official festival website.

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