The star and director of the queer romantic comedy Sell By were in town to show off the new flick at the Out on Film festival.
Out actor Scott Evans (photo left) and director Mike Doyle (photo right) took part in a post-screening Q&A with Out on Film Executive Director Jim Farmer (photo center) on Saturday at Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.
The film was one of the six Q Spotlight screenings taking place during the festival.
Out on Film kicked off on Sept. 26 with the documentary They Know Not What They Do and continues through Oct. 6.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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