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Photos: Out on Film brings festival back to the big screen

After a pandemic-sized pivot in 2020 that went virtual, Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival returned to Midtown Art Cinema and Out Front Theatre for 2021. Our gallery...

‘Firebird’ heats up the Cold War to open Out On Film

A young private in the Cold War-era Soviet Air Force risks his freedom and his life after falling for a daring fighter pilot in...

Watch trailers for key entries at Out on Film 2021

After a triumphant pivot against COVID last year, Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival returns to in-person screenings on Sept. 23 – Oct. 3, but with...

Inclusion, progress mark ongoing Out on Film festival

As Out on Film continues this week, Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival shines a spotlight on the importance of matter-of-fact representation in cinema and other...

Top 20 best-of-fest recs for Out on Film 2020

Atlanta’s 33rd annual LGBTQ film festival brings its roster online due to the coronavirus pandmeic, but that doesn’t affect the event's scope and depth...

Out on Film’s full 2020 slate takes Atlanta on a ‘Journey’

Atlanta’s LGBTQ Film Festival announced its 33rd annual roster of screenings on Thursday that maintains the event's scope and depth, even as it adapts to this year’s pandemic-era challenges.

Modified Out on Film will go on with $60K in arts grants

With a huge federal grant and another sizable sum in pocket, Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival on Wednesday committed to its fall event with a...

Pride, Out on Film stir up ‘Virtual Insanity’ of Stonewall events

On Wednesday, Atlanta Pride finally revealed how it will recognize the 50th anniversary of Atlanta’s first march for LGBTQ equality, amid a backdrop of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter concerns.

Out On Film launches virtual film festival for Stonewall Month

In celebration of Stonewall Month and in partnership with Georgia Equality, Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival Out On Film announced a weekly online screening series that begins next week.

Check out Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s LGBTQ lineup

Starting Monday, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival opens its month of compelling LGBTQ-inclusive films, characters and themes of queer interest.

Tony-nominated actor Sam Harris brings ‘Ham’ to Out on Film

Sam Harris burst onto the entertainment scene in that most ‘80s of ways — by becoming the grand champion of the original singing competition show Star Search.

‘Sell By’ star hits Atlanta for Out on Film screening

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 explores a fizzling relationship in ‘Sell By’

Does queer love have an expiration date? What happens when your relationship that’s lost its spark, and your support network is crumbling around you? Out on Film asks the hard questions in 'Sell By.'

Step into the Q Spotlight of Out on Film’s annual festival

Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival holds a special place in Q hearts. Get ready for 126 screenings, where we can count on the festival for quality content in genres for an array of LGBTQ audiences.

Noah’s Arc stars reunite for Out on Film’s ‘From Zero to I Love You’

Doug Spearman's new film with actor Darryl Stephens, "From Zero to I Love You" completes a 20-plus year journey to the screen when it plays the Out on Film festival on Sept. 27.

Watch trailers for the biggest Out on Film entries of 2019

On Monday, Out on Film announced its full festival slate for 2019. Get ready for big stars, indie darlings, heart-wrenching documentaries and of course, crowd-pleasing narratives.

Jenna Laurenzo and Out on Film drop ‘Lez Bomb’ on Atlanta

All she wants to do for Thanksgiving is bring her girlfriend home and come out to her parents and family, but matters get sidetracked for the main character in the comedic “Lez Bomb.”

Meet three dozen of Out on Film’s hottest hunks and hunkettes

Atlanta’s LGBT film festival is rolling now on its 31st annual festival. True to form, it’s filled with an assortment of eye candy for fans of the male and female forms. We’re only human.

Out on Film favorites offer a slice of life for every LGBTQ moviegoer

As Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival opens its 31st annual celebration of cinematic queerness, we take a look at some of the shining stars of this year’s 11-day roster.

Watch the trailers for Out on Film’s hottest 2018 tickets

Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival announced its lineup for next month’s 31st annual festival, revealing movies for every letter in the queer alphabet and content for queers every ilk.