The 30th anniversary of Out On Film kicks off this Thursday at Landmark Theatres, bringing 130 movies, shorts and documentaries to the silver screen. With three extra days added to this year’s festival — an addition aided in part by a recent $90,000 grant received from Turner — festival director Jim Farmer said this is the biggest and most diverse slate yet.
Georgia Voice rounded up the top-selling films thus far, which include several women’s films, selling better this year than in festivals past.
- “Happy: A Small Film With a Big Smile”
- “Something Like Summer”
- “Alabama Bound”
- “After Louie”
- “Signature Move”
- “A Million Happy Nows”
- Boys shorts
- “The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin”
- “God’s Own Country”
- A tie between “Hello Again,” “The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson,” “The Pass” and “The Fabulous Allan Carr”
Tickets for the festival are available at www.outonfilm.org.