imageThe entries are set, the special guests are arriving, and all but the popcorn is in your grasp to sit back, relax and enjoy Atlanta’s LGBT film fest. Flip through our online guide to eight days of cinematic fabulosity.

The anticipation is at fever pitch for the event, which kicks off Wednesday with a pre-reception and screening at the Rush Center and opens the doors of Midtown Art Cinema wide for Thursday’s Opening Night. If you’ve visited Project Q in the last three months – and you have, dear readers, you have – then you know how excited we are about Out on Film.

As an official sponsor, we’ve brought you video trailers as the films were confirmed, introduced you to some of the biggest celebutantes making special appearances, and wrapped of all that coverage into a nice package with the full schedule.

Speaking of nice packages, we partnered with Fenuxe to produce Out on Film’s official program guide (photo). Flip through it page-by-page below to make plans with previews of all the films, a handy tear-sheet schedule, details on special Out on Film parties, a welcome from Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, and a full list of sponsors and advertisers who support you.


And we’re so not done. We’re also sponsoring Project Q Atlanta Day at Out on Film. Join us on Sunday, Oct. 2 for a full day of some of the festival’s most anticipated movies with opportunities to meet directors and stars of the day’s films that include two world premieres. We’ll also offer chances to win fabulous prizes from local businesses and to have your photo snapped on the red carpet to have something to remember us by.

Keep your eyes peeled for more details on Project Q Atlanta Day, and keep your clicking finger at the ready for previews throughout the festival, including interviews with the directors and actors that make all the films possible.