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Film Review: ‘The Gays’

Film Review: ‘The Gays’

Bryan Tillman November 25, 2014 0

I recently watched The Gays and was quite taken away with the movie. It is a raunchy comedy that depicts what happens when a man is purposely raised to be gay. To keep it

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Make Out on Film Plans with J.C. Calciano, Jack Turner and ‘The 10 Year Plan’

Make Out on Film Plans with J.C. Calciano, Jack Turner and ‘The 10 Year Plan’

Joseph Brownell September 30, 2014 0

If you’ve ever reached into the drawer beside the bed – and you know the one I’m talking about – only to discover condoms already covered in lube, then the David sponsored Out on

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‘Little Leslie’ Goes Big: His Pie-Hole is Making Money, Now Shut Yours

‘Little Leslie’ Goes Big: His Pie-Hole is Making Money, Now Shut Yours

Jonathan Bugg September 30, 2014 0

Having a chat with Leslie Jordan is never dull. The timber of his voice mixes delicately with his southern cadence and twang, creating a sound that I could just listen to for hours. Add

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A Hader You Can Love: SNL alumnus talks tasty men, Stefon and his ‘license to be totally fabulous’

A Hader You Can Love: SNL alumnus talks tasty men, Stefon and his ‘license to be totally fabulous’

Chris Azzopardi September 30, 2014 0

Saturday night is a lot less spicy without Stefon, the fabulous “Weekend Update” club correspondent that turned actor Bill Hader into a comic star. But fear not. While Stefon has retired from Saturday Night

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The World According to John Lithgow

The World According to John Lithgow

Chris Azzopardi September 23, 2014 0

There’s a beautiful moment in Ira Sachs’ indie hit Love Is Strange involving two older men – a New York couple, forced to live apart after one of them loses his job, tearfully embraces. Life-changing?

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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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