Atlanta calls ‘Action!’ on Out on Film in Q ATLus

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Never ones to rest on our laurels, LGBTQ Atlanta keeps up its relentless forward pace this week with the 35th annual Out on Film Festival. This issue of Q ATLus magazine lays out our pics for best of the fest.

Our cover package includes an interview with the men of Firebird, Thursday’s Opening Night feature. Then we check out some of our favorite Out on Film virtual and in-person screenings like the Q ATLus cover guys from Boy Meets Boy, as well as more info on a festival filled with some 150 titles.

Like all of queer Atlanta, Q won’t rest on our laurels either. This week, we grill five frontrunners in the Atlanta mayor’s race over LGBTQ issues. We also profile trans men throughout history, and we find solid advice on that online fantasy crush you can’t get out of your head.

As the citywide spotlight lingers on Out on Film, we also direct your attention to the best Q Events and the best Q Shots photos. When you’re done reading this issue, find fresh content on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and right here at home, then we’ll be back in print next week.

Read the full issue online here:

Find Q ATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues, and find new content on our website every day.


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