Out on Film Georgia’s gay film festival in Atlanta was established in 1987 and is one of the oldest gay film festivals in the United States devoted to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. It is also one of Queerguru’s favorites. With Jim Farmer at the helm as Executive Director since 2008, the … Continue reading
The Party really is Over for US’s most famous (and notorious) gay strip club has just closed for good on January 15. Swinging Richards all-male nude revue bar had been running for over three decades in Atlanta Georgia. Totally unique, it tried to open another branch in Miami a few years back but the … Continue reading
For the latest issue of ELSKA the entertaining queer photographic zine, its chief photographer and editor-in-chief Liam Campbell headed South to Georgia’s capital city. He told Queerguru that he had chosen Atlanta in part as it has been dominating the news over the past couple of years. Campbell wanted this issue to take advantage of … Continue reading
We’re heading Down South to Atlanta, Georgia this week for OUT ON FILM one of fav. queer film festivals. What started as a five-day festival back in 1987 has grown into an eleven-day celebration of LGBTQ stories and artists including narrative features, documentaries, short films, and premieres. This year a total of 130 films … Continue reading
Out On Film Atlanta’s LGBTQ Film Fest that kicked off yesterday is one of leading Queer Fests in the country.. It has a program as diverse and exciting as the City itself that is now streaming Virtually Online up until Oct 4th.
QUEERGURU’s expert team has checked out the whole Event to come up with our: