The Ljubljana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (LGBT Film Festival) is a specialised non-competitive film festival focusing on international gay and lesbian cinema. It was originally launched in 1984, within the Magnus Festival, and as such is the oldest gay and lesbian film festival in Europe and at the same time the oldest international film festival in Slovenia. It is organised by the Roza Club Ljubljana, part of the ŠKUC Association, with financial support from the Municipality of Ljubljana, the Slovene Office of Youth Affairs, ŠKUC-Magnus and the British Council Slovenia.
Film screenings take place at the Slovenian Cinematheque and the accompanying programme at: Klub Tiffany in Metelkova mesto Autonomous Cultural Zone, Škuc Gallery, Match Gallery, Klub K4 and Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. The festival programme is also hosted in other Slovene cities: at the Youth assiociation Bistrica ob Sotli, at Film Theatre Idrija, at Cinema Ariston in Trieste, at Ptuj City Cinema, at Intimate Cinema, GT22 in Maribor and at MKSMC Botegin in Koper.