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Fall Movie Preview: Looking for Big Budget Masterpieces

Fall Movie Preview: Looking for Big Budget Masterpieces

Jonathan Bugg September 2, 2014 0

You know it’s been too long of a summer when the most talked about movie contains a monosyllabic talking tree and a Bradley Cooper as a raccoon. We’re ready for what looks to be

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Atlanta’s Out on Film announces 2014 festival line-up. 27th annual Atlanta LGBT film festival to open with “Blackbird” and close with charmer “Eat With Me”

Atlanta’s Out on Film announces 2014 festival line-up. 27th annual Atlanta LGBT film festival to open with “Blackbird” and close with charmer “Eat With Me”

admin August 26, 2014 0

The previously announced opening night film is Patrik-Ian Polk’s “Blackbird.” ‘Blackbird” stars Julian Walker as 17-year-old Randy, a devout choir boy living in a conservative Mississippi town, struggling to understand his sexuality while also caring for

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‘Love is Strange’ is a must-see LGBT film . . . and we want to send you FIRST

‘Love is Strange’ is a must-see LGBT film . . . and we want to send you FIRST

Joseph Brownell August 25, 2014 0

DAVID Atlanta and Sony Pictures Classics invite you and a guest to an advance Atlanta screening on Thursday, September 11 at 7:30pm of Love Is Strange, the groundbreaking new film by Ira Sachs starring

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Robin Williams: Gay Role Model

Robin Williams: Gay Role Model

Gregg Wynn August 19, 2014 0

The sad suicide death of 63-year-old comedian & actor Robin Williams on August 11th shocked everyone. Already it seems that greater awareness of the terrible effects caused by clinical mental depression will be a

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Out On Film 2014 opens with Southeastern debut of Patrik-Ian Polk’s “Blackbird,” starring Academy Award winner Mo’Nique and Isaiah Washington

Out On Film 2014 opens with Southeastern debut of Patrik-Ian Polk’s “Blackbird,” starring Academy Award winner Mo’Nique and Isaiah Washington

admin July 28, 2014 0

Out On Film, Atlanta’s LGBT film festival, will open its 27th annual international event with the debut of Patrik-Ian Polk’s (“Noah’s Arc”) acclaimed “Blackbird” on October 2nd. “We are absolutely delighted to be able to

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Oh My!  George Takei on George Takei

Oh My! George Takei on George Takei

Elijah Sarkesian July 8, 2014 0

Be honest. With the first two words in the headline above, you read them in a very distinctive voice, didn’t you? Yes, George Takei has a certain notable voice. It’s a voice that has

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Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Anniversaries Highlight Fox Theatre’s Summer Film Series

Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Anniversaries Highlight Fox Theatre’s Summer Film Series

Elijah Sarkesian June 9, 2014 0

While it may be known today as a premier venue for stage and concert productions, Atlanta’s historic Fox Theatre was originally created as a movie palace. It’s fitting, then, that the Fox Theatre is

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The True Story Behind ‘Burning Blue’

The True Story Behind ‘Burning Blue’

Elijah Sarkesian June 4, 2014 1

Enter to win a Burning Blue prize pack, including tickets to the film’s limited Atlanta release here Even though it’s largely gone, the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy still serves as a significant piece

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OUTtakes: May 9, 2014

OUTtakes: May 9, 2014

Elijah Sarkesian May 9, 2014 0

This week in OUTtakes, we take a look at the first big comedy of the summer, Neighbors, plus a pair of smaller releases – one with a lot of appeal, the other with almost none.

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OUTtakes: May 2, 2014

OUTtakes: May 2, 2014

Elijah Sarkesian May 2, 2014 0

This week in OUTtakes, we’re taking a look at the first major film of Summer 2014. That’s right, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hits screens nationwide this week. How does it hold up to previous Spider-Man

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