The Dallas International Film Festival is still underway, but today the USA Film Festival announced its own lineup of screenings, which arrive later this month.
The 44-year-old fest, which takes place April 22–27, will include several tributes, including ones for soap stars Linda Gray (Dallas) and Morgan Fairchild (Flamingo Road), Irish actress Fionnula Flanagan, John Turturro, Ed Harris and Carol Kane.
Foodies will get a treat on April 23, when the screening of El Camino del Vino, a comic mockumentary about wine, and the film Tasting Menu (with Flanagan). In addition, chef Abraham Salum will host a five-course wine dinner at his eponymous Uptown restaurant.
Among some gay-interest screenings are the feature Finding Neighbors, pictured, a quirky comedy from Oscar winner and SMU alum Ron Judkins. It screens April 26. And out actor Paul Marcarelli (the Verizon’s “Can You Hear Me Now” spokesman) returns to the fest as a juror for the short films competition.
Tickets go on sale today. You can get passes, and search the entire schedule, here.