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: 'The Queen Of Paris' is Not to Be Missed

Review: 'The Queen Of Paris' is Not to Be Missed

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 28
This French TV miniseries is about a delightful man who is a chemist by day — and a fab drag queen by night.

Review: The Likable Cast of 'Music For Bleeding Hearts' Is Fluid, Though the Plot is Not

Review: The Likable Cast of 'Music For Bleeding Hearts' Is Fluid, Though the Plot is Not

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 28
Can a trio of interwoven relationships between very good friends ever end well?

Review: 'Dramarama' Drenched in Angst and Secrets

Review: 'Dramarama' Drenched in Angst and Secrets

MOVIES | By Rob Lester | Sep 26
Hoping for a fun, friendly farewell party, five theatre-mad high school grads gather, in costume, to act out a mystery plot. But the plot thickens as real-life histories are revealed, and it's not all fun and games.

Review:  'Luz' Appeals to the Romantic in All of Us

Review: 'Luz' Appeals to the Romantic in All of Us

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 25
Filmmaker Jon Garcia follows up his excellent queer "Falls" romance trilogy with another compelling love story.

Review: 'Milkwater' a Tale of Expectations and Desperation

Review: 'Milkwater' a Tale of Expectations and Desperation

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 25
This impressive debut from queer filmmaker Morgan Ingari is a tale of desperation that finds it way to a happy ending.

Review: Short Film 'Stalls' Packed with Feature-Length Heart

Review: Short Film 'Stalls' Packed with Feature-Length Heart

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 24
"Stalls" is a cry from the heart of a nation beset by authoritarianism and homophobia: A defiant and joyful statement that eros is not going away, and neither are those who pursue it.

Review: 'After Forever - Season 2' Keeps the Bar High

Review: 'After Forever - Season 2' Keeps the Bar High

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 24
The second season of this series happily proves there is life for gay men over 50!

Review: For Those Who Were There, 'The Unlikely Story Of The Lesbians Of First Friday' is a Happy Trip Down Memory Lane

Review: For Those Who Were There, 'The Unlikely Story Of The Lesbians Of First Friday' is a Happy Trip Down Memory Lane

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 23
A very personal story of a group of mainly closeted lesbians in the 1980s in rural Roanoke.

Review: 'Goodbye Seventies' Captures a Bygone Era in Porn

Review: 'Goodbye Seventies' Captures a Bygone Era in Porn

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 23
Queer auteur Todd Verow's latest film pushes the fine line between art and pornography.

Review: Struggle, Acceptance, and Triumph in 'Steelers - The World's First Gay Rugby Team'

Review: Struggle, Acceptance, and Triumph in 'Steelers - The World's First Gay Rugby Team'

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
A truly heart-warming documentary about the UK's first gay rugby club.

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