The Roze Filmdagen (meaning "Pink Film Days") is the longest running and largest film festival for LGBTQ+ films in the Netherlands. We started preparing our 25th edition, that can be enjoyed from March 10 - 20, 2022.

11 days of screening of LGBTQ+ films can be enjoyed at The Ketelhuis cinema (located at the Westergasfabriek / Westerpark) in Amsterdam. The selection of films include LGBTQ+ related romantic comedies, provoking documentaries and everything in between. The festival has been giving special attention to short films for many years already and our selection has been applauded by international (LGBTQ+) film festivals.

The festival started small and underground but has experienced a huge growth in recent years. For this coming edition we expect over 10.000 visitors who will enjoy over 130 films (feature films, shorts and documentaries) from around 40 different countries in 140 screenings.

The festival also curated LGBTQ+ programmes for several other international (LGBTQ+) festivals.

Jury Award:
-Best Feature Film
-Best Documentary Film
-Best Short Film

Audience Award:
- Best Short Film
- Best Documentary Film
- Best Feature Film

- Roze Filmdagen is a nominating festival for the Iris Prize (Cardiff)

!! Please be notified that we only will select LGBTQ+ (sexual and gender diversity) related films.

Overall Rating
  • Myat Noe

    Being virtual edition, I cannot comment on Networking aspect. But the overall quality of the films chosen are top notch and the communication lines are always clear.

    August 2021
  • After screening at Roze Filmdagen, I've had other European festivals approach me to screen at their festivals as well because they saw it there. Very nice to know that our film is being seen even in an online showcase!

    April 2021
  • Lanca Li

    So honored to be included in Roze Filmdagen! Thanks for sharing our work <3

    April 2021
  • Tomas Overtoom

    Such an honor to be featured on Roze Film dagen! When we made VLINDERS, roze filmdagen was one of our main goals to achieve. We are so happy that we got featured. On top of that we were selected as best Dutch film, which results in a nomination for The Iris prize in Cardiff. Thank you Roze filmdagen!

    March 2021
  • Even though the festival couldn't finish because of the closing of public events, the organizers made sure everyone was well-cared for at all times. This festival deserves every bit of the place it has earned among the best of the best in the world. I am sure it will return stronger than ever soon.

    March 2020