We still haven’t seen the full lineup for April’s Dallas International Film Festival, but further details are beginning to trickle out. Among them: the South Korean WWII epic My Way will serve as one of the centerpiece screenings and the cast and crew of the Dallas-shot RoboCop will gather for a 25th anniversary screening on the last night of the festival.
“There is a very strong Korean community in Dallas and a real interest in its film industry,” festival director James Faust says in the news release. “Inspired by a true story, the imagery and cinematography in this film is breathtaking but it’s also a classic story about friendship, dedication and sacrifice.”
My Way will show on April 17 with director Kang Je-Gyu in attendance. Then on April 21, RoboCop will roll at the Texas Theatre.