Out On Film, Atlanta's LGBT film festival is one of the largest LGBT film festivals in the country, as well as one of the largest film festivals in Atlanta, Out On Film was recently named Atlanta's Best LGBT event by the readers of Georgia Voice. The recipient of a 2014 grant form the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for its popular visiting filmmaker series, Out On Film has also received grants from Georgia Council for the Arts and the Fulton County Arts Council. Each year Out On Film screens close to a 100 films and brings in a variety of specials guests.to make the filmmaking experience a communal community event. http://outonfilm.org



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Review: 'Sweetheart' is Sweet, Funny, and Familiar in All the Right Ways

Review: 'Sweetheart' is Sweet, Funny, and Familiar in All the Right Ways

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
A British queer film full of teen angst.

Review: 'Invisible: Gay Women In Southern Music' Uncovers a Culture of Homophobia

Review: 'Invisible: Gay Women In Southern Music' Uncovers a Culture of Homophobia

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
Qill country music ever come out of the closet ?

Antony Hickling Takes a Spiritual Gay Journey 'Down In Paris'

Antony Hickling Takes a Spiritual Gay Journey 'Down In Paris'

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20
Antony Hickling plays a gay movie director in a spiritual crisis in a film that feels a like a modern "Divine Comedy" with an LGBTQ+ twist and a little like a queer version of "After Hours."

Review: A Quintet of Tasty Actors Whip 'Mascarpone' into Creamy Perfection

Review: A Quintet of Tasty Actors Whip 'Mascarpone' into Creamy Perfection

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20
This tasty confection has both substance and sweetness, making for a poignant, charming comedy that's sure to become a new gay classic.

Review: 'Gemmel & Tim' Exposes a Shocking Story of Racism and Sexual Predation

Review: 'Gemmel & Tim' Exposes a Shocking Story of Racism and Sexual Predation

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19
The harrowing tale of two queer Black men murdered by a wealthy white political donor.

Review: 'Boulevard: A Hollywood Story' Sheds Light on the Musical that Never Was

Review: 'Boulevard: A Hollywood Story' Sheds Light on the Musical that Never Was

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19
The fascinating untold story of the original "Sunset Boulevard" Musical.

Review: 'Yes I Am - The Ric Weiland Story' a Heroic Portrait of Queer Activist and Philanthropist

Review: 'Yes I Am - The Ric Weiland Story' a Heroic Portrait of Queer Activist and Philanthropist

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19
The story of a true gay hero we should all know about.

Review: 'Isaac' Sensitively Explores Familiar Territory — and Keeps You Guessing

Review: 'Isaac' Sensitively Explores Familiar Territory — and Keeps You Guessing

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 19
A fable of finding one's way toward authenticity is rounded out expertly as this film explores a years-long infatuation and its unexpected consummation.

Review: 'No Straight Lines: The Rise Of Queer Comics' Marvelously Surveys History

Review: 'No Straight Lines: The Rise Of Queer Comics' Marvelously Surveys History

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 19
Vivian Kleiman's marvelous documentary "No Straight Lines" surveys the history - so far - of queer comics, from strips drawn for local gay newspapers to the rise of graphic novels to the advent of web comics.

Review: Charles Busch's Latest, 'The Sixth Reel,' not a Classic... but Close Enough

Review: Charles Busch's Latest, 'The Sixth Reel,' not a Classic... but Close Enough

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 18
Another wonderful melodrama from Charles Busch, the master of high camp.

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