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atlanta’s lgbt film festival announces titles for an october run

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It’s time for the 23rd annual “Out On Film” festival in the Big Peach. It looks like an exciting initial lineup, and there will be more films announced as the date draws closer. This year’s festival will be held at the Midtown Art Cinema, 931 Monroe Cir NE, Atlanta, and will run October 1-7. Also, as part of the festival, Ansley Park Playhouse will host a world-premiere stage reading of a John Gibson/Anthony Morris film. The Opening Night film, “You Should Meet My Son!” will be the local premiere of the award-winning fim, portraying a lovable Southern Mom who discovers her son is gay, then proceeds to find him a boyfriend as hilarity ensues. Other film highlights include a bear version of Sex In The City, “Bear City,” and a documentary on the making of the 1969 groundbreaking “Boys in the Band,” called “Making the Boys.”

The current lineup announced today:

“The Adonis Factor”

“Elena Undone”

“Bear City”

“Beyond Gay: The Politics of Pride”

“Children of God”

“The Four-Faced Liar”

“I Killed My Mother”

“Making the “Boys”

“Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay”

“Violet Tendencies”

“Plan B”

“The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister”

“Ticked Off Trannies With Knives”


For more information, visit Out On Film and Project Q Atlanta.