San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
- The San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is the largest and oldest event of its kind in the world. It is presented by Frameline, a non-profit lesbian and gay media organization dedicated to the support, development and promotion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer visibility through media arts.
- The festival takes place since 1977. Awards are handed out since 1984.
- The entire festival is dedicated to festival director Mark Finch who has passed away in January 1995.
- 50,582 visitors attend over 28 sold out shows out of 107 programs.
- 75,000 visitors attend over 52 sold out shows out of 110 programs.
- Over 250 works are screened to audiences numbering more than 74,000.
- 74,000 visitors attend over 45 sold out shows out of 112 programs.
- 84,000 visitors attend over 35 sold out shows out of 125 programs.
- Over 84,000 visitors attend over 19 sold out shows out of 119 programs.