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Dallas Locks Down 'My Way' as Centerpiece & 25th Anniversary Screening of 'Robocop' as Closing Film

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire March 8, 2012 at 12:25PM

The Dallas International Film Festival announced today that Kang Je-Gyu's South Korean epic "My Way" will serve as the event's Centerpiece sceening, while a 25th anniversary screening of "Robocop" (shot in Dallas), will close the festival. Many of the cast and crew from the Paul Verhoeven classic will be in attendance. The festival runs April 12-22. Go here for the announced titles.
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"Robocop"
"Robocop"

The Dallas International Film Festival announced today that Kang Je-Gyu's South Korean epic "My Way" will serve as the event's Centerpiece sceening, while a 25th anniversary screening of "Robocop" (shot in Dallas), will close the festival. Many of the cast and crew from the Paul Verhoeven classic will be in attendance.

The festival runs April 12-22. Go here for the announced titles.

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