This week the Madrid International LGBT Film Festival is going on from 3-13 November. It’s one of the largest gay film festivals with more than 3,000 independent movies. Their website states:

Because of the work of discovering, subtitling and [the] premiere of Spanish Speaking productions that LesGaiCineMad have done over the years, we can assert that it has became the natural exhibition place for Spanish and Latin-American productions and the place where distributors, buyers, producers and programmers for International LGTB Film Festivals can find new LGBT content.

I’ve never personally been to a gay film festival. And if you read my post about watching the movie MILK for the first time, you’d know I actually haven’t seen many gay-themed movies. Yet.