The festival was first organized in 1984 as part of the Magnus Festival. It is the oldest LGBT film festival in Europe and at the same time the oldest international film festival in Slovenia. Film screenings take place at the Slovenian Cinematheque, traditionally around 1 December – World AIDS Day. In its 30th edition, the Gay and Lesbian Film Festival as it was known at that time was renamed to LGBT Film Festival.
Festival organizer and publisher of the film catalogue
tel./fax 01 430 3530
The festival is financially supported by the Slovenian Film Center.
Slovenian Cinematheque, Gimnazija Ptuj, CID Ptuj, Intimate Cinema, GT22, Youth association Bistrica ob Sotli, MKSMC Botegin, Film Theatre Idrija, Cinema Ariston Trieste.
Selection and organization
Brane Mozetič, Jasmina Šepetavc, Luka Pieri, Miha Satler, Polona Černič, Simona Jerala and Suzana Tratnik.
Special thanks to
Aleš Pečnik, Aleš Zobec, Alex Devetak, Blaž Brumen, Jan Vasilijevič, Jasna Klančišar, Jasmina Kožar, Jernej Škof, Legebitra, Maja Ličen, Matjaž Končina, Miran Šolinc, Roman Kuhar, Sandi Paulina, Tadeja Pirih, TransAkcija, Zala Hriberšek, Miha Bizjak and many others.
Narobe (www.narobe.si), Radio Študent, Napovednik, Torek ob petih, Mladina.
Daša Cerar, Elida H. Fürst, Ana Grmek, Nataša Hrovat, Diana Jenko, Domen Kavčič, Janina Kos, Gregor Lavrin, Maja Lovrenov, Anja Naglič (vodja), Luka Pieri, Špela Tomec.
Catalogue and poster design
Contacts and info:
t: 01 4303 530
t: 01 4342 520; ticket office 01 4342 524
The ticket office opens an hour before the first screening
Visitors under 25 or above 55 years of age have a 50% discount on tickets.
Help out the Festival!
You can also help out the festival by transferring a financial contribution to Škuc, Stari trg 21, Ljubljana, account number: SI56 0208 3001 7013 681, reference: 00-703, purpose: prispevek FGLF