Seven films now set for Out in Film in October

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A few more peeks at the lineup for Out on Film in early October are emerging, with the full schedule set to be released Aug. 26.

Jim Farmer, director of the LGBT film festival, on Friday alerted fans of the event to a few additional movies now on the scheule: “Hollywood je t’aime” with Chad Allen (photo), Monika Treut’s “Ghosted,” “Pornography: A Thriller” and Faith Trimel’s “Family.”

Those films join three others that were announced earlier this week: Dexter Davis’ “Rivers Wash Over Me,” Christopher Hines’ “The Butch Factor” that includes several Atlantans and gay sports bar Woofs bar, and the film adaptation of gay Atlanta author Jim Grimsley’s “Dream Boy.”

Out on Film is set for Oct. 2-8 at Midtown Art Cinema.

The festival, which went on hiatus last year, returned this spring with a mini-event in May that included appearances by Erin Davies, the force behind “Fagbug,” and actor Charlie David, who starred in “Mulligans.”


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