“8: The Mormon Proposition” opened on Friday and plays for one week only in Atlanta
J.A. Steel’s sci-fi horror flick ‘Denizen’ screens tonight at LGBT geek event OutlantaCon
A funny faux-historical documentary and two films with compelling characters bring LGBT themes to the Midtown Art Cinema tonight.
Tyler Perry debuted his wildly successful Mabel ‘Madea’ Simmons character in a 2000 stage production of 'I Can Do Bad All By Myself.'
In August 1969, a screening of Andy Warhol’s homoerotic “Lonesome Cowboys” was screened at the former Ansley Mall Mini Cinema.
Police stopped the film, confiscated the property and arrested the theater manager. They also took photographs of the some 70 people attending as they exited the theater, saying they were looking for “known homosexuals.”
Out on Film hosts an exclusive screening of the award-winning movie “Watercolors” March 24 at the Ansley Park Playhouse. This will be the only screening of the film in Atlanta, according to Out on Film Director Jim Farmer.
The organization, which hosts an LGBT film festival in Atlanta each October, is expanding its format from the annual festival to hosting screenings throughout the year.
“Our goal is going to be to do these year-round. This one is going to be really special because we have the writer/director of ‘Watercolors,’ David Oliveras, flying in from Los Angeles for this,” Farmer says.
"Prodigal Sons” is the story of three siblings, once brothers but now two brothers and a sister, who return to their Helena, Mont., home for the 20-year high school reunion of two of them. Kimberly Reed, born Paul McKerrow, brings along her lesbian partner, Claire Jones, and a camera crew.
Now in her early forties, Reed has transitioned from man to woman, high school quarterback to filmmaker, Montanan to San Franciscan (where she spent 10 years, arriving as Paul and leaving as Kim) to New Yorker, straight man to lesbian.