The Access All Areas Film Festival makes culture accessible to all by bringing open captioned screenings of the best new Australian feature films across NSW. Bring your friends and family for a great day of food and entertainment!
WHAT: An accessible showcase of new Australian films for people with a disability. The tour features 60+ screenings at accessible cinemas, schools, community centres and disability groups in NSW and nationally.
WHY: Access All Areas Film Festival shows how easy it can be to make culture accessible to everyone, and brings great films to audiences that would not otherwise have a chance to enjoy them. The festival promotes inclusiveness and raises awareness of ability and access issues.
WHO: 4000+ people with a disability, their friends, family and carers. Open captions are provided for people who are Deaf or are hard of hearing as well as speakers of English as a second language. Audio Description provides access for people who are blind or have low vision.
All films are screened in venues that are wheelchair accessible & additional access services are available, depending upon location. 81% of attendees have indicated they would like to attend accessible screenings more frequently.
When: Wednesday, December 3
Where: Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
Time: Barbecue 12pm and Film sessions 1pm & 6:30pm
For bookings and enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9824 1121
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