James Franco's latest gay film I Am Michael will arrive in theaters next month.

I Am Michael was picked up by Brainstorm Media, which will release the film in limited theaters and on streaming platforms on Friday, January 27, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Franco plays “ex-gay” activist Michael Glatze in the film, which premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

Glatze is the controversial publisher and former gay rights advocate who gained notoriety for publicly renouncing being gay in 2007, two years after he was featured in Time magazine for his activism.

Glatze and former boyfriend Benjie Nycum (played by out actor Zachary Quinto) in 2004 launched Young Gay America magazine (YGA Mag), a bimonthly magazine for LGBT youth which folded three years later. The pair, who met while working at XY magazine, also co-authored the book XY Survival Guide.

Franco, who also served as producer along with Vince Jolivette on the project, earlier this year said that the film asks whether being gay is a choice “in a healthy way.”

“Is it nurture or nature and do we allow someone to make these decisions?” Franco told the AP. “I think this movie touches on those issues in a really interesting way where it allows people to talk about it and fosters discussion in a very healthy way.”