The four-day Out on Film opened Thursday with the LGBT film festival debut of “Fagbug,” the documentary from Erin Davies (photo) who traces the impact of bright red homophobic graffiti sprayed on her Volkwagen Beettle.
Davies was on hand at the Plaza Theatre to introduce the film and field questions after the screening. The 83-minute film follows Davies, her initial reaction to the vandalism and her later 58-day driving tour with the car across the country.
Out on Film continues this weekend with a trio of films on Saturday and two films and a series of shorts on Saturday. A highlight is actor and writer Charlie David’s appearance Saturday for the screening of “Mulligans.” David plays college buddy Chase in the film, which follows two young men as they discover the importance of friendship and second chances. Read more about the films and the weekend schedule.
Subscribe: We’ve got a weekly eblast.
Twitter: Oh, yeah. We tweet the news, too, so follow us.
Facebook: Become a fan of our page.
YouTube: Videos, too.
Georgia School Superintendent Richard Woods – who last year blasted protections for transgender students – is again targeting LGBT students as he kicks off his re-election campaign. READ MORE »
It’s been an epic April of LGBT events in Atlanta. Well, hope you’re rested up, because it shows no signs of stopping. Close out the month with plays, parties and people every way you turn. READ MORE »
How do you ease into a long, hard weekend of partying for Atlanta Bear Pride? With the official Warm Up Party at Woofs, that’s how. READ MORE »
When bears head to the Jungle, there is bound to be good trouble. Dancing, cocktailing and late-night fun to celebrate Atlanta Bear Pride. READ MORE »
State Sen. William Ligon earned the scorn of lawmakers and progressives alike when his anti-LGBT antics killed a popular adoption bill in the Georgia legislature. Now, even Ligon's anti-gay political bedmates are criticizing him. READ MORE »