Kick off Pride month two months early, at this unmissable LGBTQ+ film festival!
If you cannot wait for our annual Pride-takeover in the fall, then perhaps this exceptional film festival sponsored by our very-own, local Pride committee can wet your appetite, before the fabulous Atlanta Pride parade and festival returns this coming October.
Queer All Year is a local LGBTQ+ film festival showcasing five unmissable movies, as well as a short films program. It will be taking place April 3 through April 6, at Midtown Atlanta’s iconic Landmark Theatre.
Expect a gripping series of LGBTQ+ films that explore compelling stories from our state of Georgia, as well as queer tales from around the world.
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From the flamboyantly fabulous Little Richard in “I am Everything”, to the touching story of “Blue Jean,” the film festival is the perfect way to delve into the rich diversity of LGBTQ+ experiences, how far the movement has come, and how much further we have to go.
These ground-taking films will be hitting the silver screen at Midtown’s beloved art cinema, so make sure not to miss this incredible festival, and be a part of the conversation around LGBTQ+ representation in cinema.
Individual film tickets cost $12, or you can purchase an All Access Pass for $40, granting you access to every Queer All Year screening. For the full information, full line-up, and tickets, click here to visit Queer All Year’s website.
The festival will be at the Landmark Theatre located in Midtown, which recently made it on our recent round-up of Atlanta’s essential movie theatres. Click the link below for the full round-up, from the best in big chains to more indie options. You can find the Landmark Theatre in the Midtown Promenade Center, 931 Monroe Dr NE, 30308.