Film

The Year in LGBTQ Cinema

2020 was a year unlike any we’ve ever experienced. COVID-19 affected every area of life, including film. Movie theaters closed for several months and then slowly began to reopen with safety measures in place. S...

Out On Film Closes Busy Year, Looks Ahead to 2021

In a year when COVID-19 had a significant impact on businesses and non-profits across the world, Out On Film navigated tough waters and had a tremendously productive season. In addition to a mostly virtual film...

All-star Cast Elevates Film Version of “The Prom”

Ryan Murphy is known for being busy, but when he saw the musical “The Prom” on Broadway in January 2019, he knew he wanted to add it to his schedule by making a film version. It didn’t take long before he had a...

Out On Film Presents Two Upcoming Free Screenings

Out On Film, Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival, is presenting two upcoming virtual free screenings, one a new film from an Oscar and Emmy winner and the other a special Transgender Day of Remembrance event co-spons...

An Iconic LGBTQ Remake and a New Thriller

Two new gay-themed films are both available through streaming services right now, one a remake of an iconic gay classic and the other a chilling suspense thriller. After its spectacular run as an off-Broadwa...

Out On Film Announces 2020 Jury and Audience Awards

Out On Film presented by WarnerMedia announced the filmmaker awards for the recently concluded 33rd edition of the Atlanta-based LGBTQIA+ film festival, its first as an Oscar ® qualifying film festival. Filippo...