Malcom McDowell, David Hyde Pierce, and the late Cary Grant will all be part of this year's USA Film Festival.
In their full schedule the festival is highlighting some special programs for star-gazing film fans to enjoy.
+ After a screening of Alfred Hitchock's "To Catch a Thief," starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, Grant's daughter Jennifer will be speaking about her relationship with her father in a presentation entitled "Good Stuff" -- which also happens to be the title of her book. Wednesday, April 27, 7 p.m.
+ Meanwhile, David Hyde Pierce is set to be in attendance at a screening of "The Perfect Host," a new dark comedy featuring Pierce as a host of a dinner party that includes a bank robber as one of the guests. Wednesday, April 27, 7:30 p.m.
+ A film tribute to Malcolm McDowell will introduce the star before a screening of "Pound of Flesh," a new film starring McDowell as a college professor that runs an escort service staffed by students. Writer/director Tamar Hoffs' will also be in attendance for the tongue-in-cheek satirical thriller. Friday, April 29, 7 p.m.
+ Missed "Drive Angry" in theaters? Catch the film at the USAFF with co-star William Fichtner, who plays an infernal bounty hunter in the grinhouse-inspired film, and you'll start the screening with a film clip compilation tribute honoring Fichtner. Saturday, April 30, 7 p.m.
+ Texan Barry Corbin will also be honored at the festival and is set to attend a screening of NoNames on Friday, April 29 at 7 p.m.
All films at $10 per ticket at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas. Advanced tickets are available starting April 15. For additional information and a complete schedule, click here.