Join us for a Q Conversations live event from Out on Film

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Join Project Q Atlanta on Friday, Sept. 25 at noon for a special Q Conversations live event. We help kick off the 33rd annual Out on Film with Festival Director Jim Farmer and filmmaker Eammon Ashton-Atkinson, who directed the documentary “Steelers.”

This year’s version of Atlanta’s annual LGBTQ film festival is – like all of 2020 – different. Project Q Atlanta founder Matt Hennie hosts the discussion about the festival, its special events, and LGBTQ representation in film.

Ashton-Atkinson’s “Steelers” follows the world’s first gay rugby club on a quest to win the largest international gay rugby tournament. The film gets personal with the director and three of his teammates on issues of masculinity, homophobia, misogyny and mental health.

Project Q Atlanta and Q Atlus magazine sponsor showings of “Steelers” beginning Sept. 27. It’s just one of our must-see picks of the festival. Out on Film is Sept. 24 through Oct. 4. 

Join the live virtual Q&A on Friday, Sept. 25 by registering now. Once you register, you can let us know what questions you have for our guests.

Can’t make the event on Friday? Go ahead and RSVP. We’ll share a recording of the conversation you can replay later. (The event is free but registration is required.)

This event is supported through a grant from Facebook Journalism Project’s COVID-19 Local News Relief Fund.


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