(From left) Michael Barnett, Gene Gallerano and Libby Villari wait to perform a scene on the set of "Occupy, Texas" during a shoot Saturday, July 26, 2014 in downtown Dallas. Gallerano, a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, wrote and stars in the movie, which takes place in the Dallas area and other Texas locales.  It will premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival. (G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News)

(From left) Michael Barnett, Gene Gallerano and Libby Villari wait to perform a scene on the set of "Occupy, Texas" during a shoot Saturday, July 26, 2014 in downtown Dallas. Gallerano, a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, wrote and stars in the movie, which takes place in the Dallas area and other Texas locales.  It will premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival. (G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News)

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The Dallas International Film Festival has announced the bulk of the lineup for the 10th annual event, which runs April 14-24. No word yet on the opening night attraction, but most of the films are now in place.

Among the highlights:

A centerpiece screening of Queen of the South, the new Dallas-shot USA Network drama about a woman on the run after her drug dealer husband is murdered.

Occupy, Texas, also shot in Dallas, about a young man who returns home to Big D after trying on the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York.

A slew of films trickling in from bigger festivals, including Morris From America, High-Rise, Miss Sharon Jones! and Sing Street.

Special tributes to indie pioneer Monte Hellman (Two-Lane Blacktop) and ace cinematographer Edward Lachman.

From the press release:

Among the 114 films (64 features, 50 shorts), representing 31 countries, are nine films making their world premieres, including Shaun M. Colón's A Fat Wreck, Alix Blair and Jeremy M. Lange's Farmer/Veteran, Ben Caird's Halfway, Ciaran Creagh's In View, Jeff Barrry's Occupy, Texas, Willie Baronet and Tim Chumley's Signs of Humanity, and Jenna Jackson and Anthony Jackson's Until Proven Innocent.

The full lineup will be up at dallasfilm.org late Monday afternoon.

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