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6 ways Atlanta Film Festival gets a little gayer

Leather, politics and pit stops. The Atlanta Film Festival offers a handful of reasons for gay movie-goers to check in on the Pink Peach, the massive festival's slate of LGBT programming.

Michael Lucas from gay porn to Jewish Film Fest

A documentary by gay adult film guru Michael Lucas is a highlight of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, opening Wednesday and including gay-themed titles across town over three weeks.

‘Les Mis’: Epic drama hits movie theaters

With Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, hottie Eddie Redmayne and a score that any musical theater queen can hum in his sleep, the film version of“Les Miserables” is the gay treat of the holidays.

Channing Tatum takes off in ‘Magic Mike’

It may be the gayest non-gay movie of the season–Channing Tatum and a cast of famous-name hunks taking off their clothes in the stripper drama “Magic Mike," opening Friday in Atlanta theaters.

Josh Henderson, Linda Gray dish on ‘Dallas’

Whether it’s to see Linda Gray return as Sue Ellen or for hunks Josh Henderson and Jesse Metcalfe, expect the gays to tune into the new “Dallas” Wednesday. But don’t expect a remake.

Walkin’ in a ‘Rocky Horror’ winter wonderland

Almost everyone has seen some version of the “The Rocky Horror Show,” but Fabrefaction Theatre Company puts a wintry spin on the gender-bender rock musical.

Gay couple kills it in local ‘Sweeney Todd’

Actor Clint Thornton gets to murder his longtime partner Bryan Mercer every night for the next three weeks. Onstage, that is. The couple plays opposing factions in Fabrefaction’s “Sweeney Todd.”

Oscar nods, gay faves, and predictions to win

The Oscar nominations are in, and lesbian dramedy “The Kids Are All Right” will duke it out with heavyweights “The Social Network” and “The King’s Speech” at this year’s Academy Awards.

‘Bring It On’: The Musical’ breaks new ground

Gregory Haney is excited not only about appearing in the Alliance's world premiere “Bring It On: The Musical," but also bringing to life what could be an audience favorite: a trans character.

Natalie Portman delivers in ‘Black Swan’

For all the talk about girl-on-girl action and backstage ballet drama in the eagerly awaited “Black Swan,” opening in Atlanta Friday, it’s the dark tone of the film that leaves an impression.

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