Film

Rainbows on the Silver Screen

Two new movies that were both filmed in Atlanta — one gay themed and the other featuring a famous out comic/actress — are in theaters now. Based on the acclaimed memoir by Garrard Conley, “Boy Erased’ tel...

The Happy Prince

When he decided to take on a film about Oscar Wilde, actor Rupert Everett had no idea it would take him ten long years to get the movie financed, made, and released.  The wait was worth it, though – the new “Th...

Giveaway: Bohemian Rhapsody Advanced Screening

Join the Georgia Voice at an advanced screening of the new film, "Bohemian Rhapsody."Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercur...

Local Actor Scores with Amazon’s ‘After Forever’

I recently sat down under editorial impetus to watch “After Forever,” a short-form Amazon Video release whose first season has a total running time of 88 minutes (roughly 11 minutes per each of the eight episod...

Keira Knightly Finds Lady Love in “Colette”

Wash Westmoreland can’t help but feel bittersweet over the new movie he has directed. His “Colette,” starring Keira Knightley as influential writer Sidonie Gabrielle Colette, was a pet project of Westmoreland’s...

New Documentary Drops With the Beat

Atlanta native Anthony Davis has always had a love for dance. From a young child, the passion was in him, prompting him to take dance classes.Davis is the central focus of the new documentary “When the Be...

Mettle & Pluck Are At It Again

The Atlanta gay- and lesbian-owned production company has a second doc in the works.***Heather Provoncha and Leo Hollen, Jr. are the founders of Mettle & Pluck, the local film production company...

The Starlight: Keeping Atlanta in the Dark Since 1948

At dusk all across America, people pile their families in the car to go to the movies. These are not the movies you have to walk through the mall to get to; these are the movies that became a symbol of the Amer...