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|Out on Film announces opening, closing pictures|
|Written by Ryan Watkins|
|Monday, 08 August 2011 11:08|
Out on Film, Atlanta's LGBT film festival, announced this morning a double-feature opening when the festival kicks off on Sept. 29. This year, “The Sleeping Beauty of East Finchley” and “Going Down in La-La Land” will open the week-long festival while “Judas Kiss” will be the final film shown.
“We are very excited about opening Out on Film with a first – a film for the ladies and then a film for the men, although anyone can enjoy either one of our opening night films,” said Jim Farmer, festival director of Out On Film, in a press release issued today.
Casper Andreas, director of “Going down in La-La Land,” has shown films at Out on Film before, including “The Big Gay Musical” and last year's Audience Award winner for Best comedy “Violet Tendencies.”
“Judas Kiss” features actors Charlie David, Richard Harmon, Timo Descamps and Sean Paul Lockhart.
Out on Film runs from Sept. 29 through Oct. 6 at the Midtown Art Cinema. Organizers plan to release the full schedule of films next week. For more information, please visit www.outonfilm.org.
Check out these previews below:
"Going Down in La-La Land"
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