Other highlights include “Cho Dependent,” the Margaret Cho performance filmed here in Atlanta at the Tabernacle; “Wish Me Away,” about first out mainstream country music singer Chely Wright; “Eating Out: The Open Weekend,” the latest installment in the raunchy comedy series; “The Night Watch,” based on the novel by Sarah Waters; and “This is What Love in Action Looks Like,” a documentary about Zach Stark, who made headlines in 2005 at age 16 when he blogged about coming out and being sent to an “ex-gay” therapy program.
The festival also features several films, including “Wish We Were Here,” “Through the Eyes of the AIDS Storm: Jesse Peel” and “There’s My Nun,” that address HIV and were chosen to mark the epidemic’s 30th anniversary.
Out on Film takes place Sept. 29 through Oct. 6 at the Midtown Art Cinema.
Here’s the schedule of films to be shown:
Wednesday, Sept. 28 (Rush Center pre-event)
“Through the Eyes of the AIDS Storm: Jesse Peel (tentative – time TBD)
Thursday, Sept. 29
6 p.m. “The Sleeping Beauty of East Finchley” 7:30 p.m. “Going Down in La-La Land”