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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Six Characters In Search Of A Play

Six Characters In Search Of A Play

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 1
"Sordid Lives" creator DEL SHORES is back with his hilarious stories about some of the wacky eccentrics he has met on the South

Before You Know It

Before You Know It

MOVIES | By Rob Lester | Oct 1
The self-centered family members at the center of "Before You Know It" may charm you before you know it. You might roll your eyes as they roll with the punches, but some squabbles pack emotional punch in the quirkiness-packed proceedings.

Knife + Heart

Knife + Heart

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 1
This campy gay slasher horror film from France is a sheer delight.

Are You Proud?

Are You Proud?

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 26
Ashley Joiner's documentary is an ambitious attempt to connect the dots, differences and intersections we live and love with

Tell It to the Bees

Tell It to the Bees

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 25
AJ Jankel's film adaptation of Fiuona Shaw's novel possesses a blend of innocence, mystery, and brutality that lends itself to complex stories about childhood, and children who get caught up in the cross-currents of adult lives.

Holly Near: Singing For Our Lives

Holly Near: Singing For Our Lives

MOVIES | By Rob Lester | Sep 24
The profile, with a comfortably relaxed pace that feels organized, offers plenty of articulate, warm first-hand recollections and opinions. Long shots of huge concert crowds underscore Holly Near's reach.

You Don't Nomi

You Don't Nomi

MOVIES | By Sam Cohen | Sep 23
Jeffrey McHale's "You Don't Nomi" is a breathlessly detailed documentary about one of the most unfairly maligned movies in history, Paul Verhoeven's "Showgirls."

5B

5B

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 23
Paul Haggis and Dan Krauss turn their lens on a little-known — but deeply impactful — aspect of the AIDS crisis with their documentary about the first depicted AIDS ward and its long-term impact of medical care as a whole.

The Garden Left Behind

The Garden Left Behind

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19
The mesmerizing journey of an undocumented trans girl in NY is the subject of this excellent movie produced by, and starring, over 50 members of the trans community.

All Male, All Nude: Johnsons

All Male, All Nude: Johnsons

MOVIES | By Padraic Maroney | Sep 18
Hollywood portrayals of male strippers don't always depict real life, which is where filmmaker Gerald McCullouch comes in. He is back, shining a spotlight on some of South Florida's best male exotic dancers.

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