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23nd Annual Out on Film Fest Starts Friday 23rd annual Out on Film, Atlanta’s LGBT film festival, begins Friday and runs through Oct. 7 at the Midtown Art Cinema, 931 Monroe Dr., and Ansley Park Playhouse, 1545 Peachtree St.

The event includes 31 feature films and 25 short films and kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Friday with the local debut of “You Should Meet My Son” by former Atlantan Keith Hartman. Two of the films in this year’s festival, “Quentin Crisp: Final Encore” and “Fishnet,” are world premieres. Both films will be shown on World Premiere Night, Oct. 4 at Ansley Park Playhouse.

Other films include “Howl,” with Golden Globe winner James Franco; “Oy Vey! My Son is Gay!” with Lainie Kazan; “BearCity” with “CSI” star Gerald McCullouch; “Role/Play: The Movie” with Matt Montgomery; “Violet Tendencies” with “Facts of Life” star Mindy Cohn.

Also featured will be “I Killed My Mother,” “Undertow,” “The Adonis Factor,” “The Four-Faced Liar,” “Ticked Off Trannies With Knives,” “Children of God,” “Leading Ladies,” and “Making the Boys.”

Guests will include Keith Hartman; Marja-Lewis Ryan, the star and writer of “The Four-Faced Liar;” Evgeny Afineevsky, director of “Oy Vey! My Son is Gay!”, Christopher Hines, director of “The Adonis Factor;” Gerald McCullouch, star of “BearCity,” Rob Williams, Matt Montgomery and Steve Callahan, the director and stars of “Role/Play: The Movie,” Brian Pelletier, director of “Fishnet;” Robert Gaston, director of “Flight of the Cardinal;” and Trevite Willis, producer of “Children of God.”

There will be a special appearance by Reichen Lehmkuhl of Logo’s new reality series “The A-List” on Saturday.

There are numerous local ties. Much of “The Adonis Factor” was filmed in Atlanta, several Atlantans are in the cast, and the film is directed by former Atlantan Christopher Hines. Gerald McCulloich is a former Atlantan and Diane Cardea lives in Atlanta. Her film “Quentin Crisp: Final Encore” was filmed in Atlanta. In addition, Cindy Abel, director of the marriage equality shorts, lives in Atlanta and Erik Gernard, director of the short film “Tech Support,” is a former Atlantan.

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7 comments Add your comment

Eddie The Longshanks!!

September 29th, 2010
9:23 am

Oh Bravo. Cant wait to see all the gay movies. Anyone wanna meet for an after party at BackStreet, The Eagle or The Gay Paree?


September 29th, 2010
12:25 pm

Let God will be done thru this blog

Big Ol' Gay Guy

September 29th, 2010
8:53 pm

What a great idea to open this news item to comments! Now all the OTP inbreds and Jesux freaks (not a typo, btw) can anonymously spew their ill-informed opinions wrapped in hatred all over the AJC. Well, I’m sure they’ll do it with their own sense of “pride” in mind. Everybody else: Happy Pride! :)

joe joe

September 29th, 2010
9:28 pm

Maybe you should use more of your energy to keeping Midtown safer against all the transients/non citizens/lawlessness that they let roam here at all hours in and around the park which I live next door.
All you have to do is walk around here at any time of the day & you will know what I mean regardless if you are gay or straight.
Since we are the one’s paying the obnoxious property taxes around here we try to work with local officials to at least help keep this place a bit safer but it isn’t necessarily PC if you know what I mean.

BTW though, you might be big & bad but if you really had some balls, don’t have this festival in Atlanta.
How about moving it to the same street as the Ground Zero Mosque. You will then learn about tolerance or the lack thereof so why don’t you get your priorities straight.


September 29th, 2010
9:34 pm

@ light

Please just for once let God handle his will and leave him out of everything you don’t like about the gay life style. PLEASE!

Jennifer Brett

September 30th, 2010
12:28 pm

Eric, “Light” posts that same message on every blog I post, regardless of topic. I guess he/she views the Buzz blog as the mission field..



October 1st, 2010
2:41 pm

Well I’m excited about the festival. There are some really good films this year. I’ve bought my tickets for two of the films Sunday afternoon.