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Screenings and Venue
We endeavour to make all of our events and screenings - including those as part of the Into Film Festival - as accessible as possible to everyone. This includes striving to ensure the availability of wheelchair access, audio-description, subtitles and autism-friendly screenings.
Autism Friendly Screenings
Lots of the venues we use offer autism-friendly screenings, which take the following measures:
- The lights will be on low
- The volume will be turned down
- There will be no trailers at the beginning of the film
- Audiences will be able to take their own food and drinks
- Audiences will be able to move around the cinema freely
Audio Description (AD)
Audio description is an additional audio track in a media player that provides a verbal description of visual elements, actions, and other important details to assist individuals with visual impairments in understanding the content of videos or other multimedia presentations.
Audio Loop System
An Audio Loop System in theatre is a hearing assistance technology that uses magnetic induction to transmit audio directly to hearing aids or cochlear implants equipped with telecoil receivers, improving sound clarity and accessibility for individuals with hearing impairments in theatrical settings.
An autism-friendly venue refers to a space that is intentionally designed and adapted to accommodate individuals on the autism spectrum. It provides a supportive environment by minimizing sensory stimuli, offering sensory-friendly features, and implementing inclusive practises to ensure comfort, accessibility, and enjoyment for individuals with autism.
Closed Captions (CC)
Closed captions are synchronised text descriptions of the audio content in a media player. They enable individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing to read the dialogue, sounds, and other auditory elements of videos, enhancing accessibility and inclusivity.
HOH subtitles, also known as "Hard of Hearing" subtitles, are text-based rendering of spoken dialogue and audio elements in videos or multimedia. They serve individuals with hearing impairments or those in noise-sensitive environments, providing a visual representation of audio content to ensure inclusive access to information and communication.
Wheelchair access signifies the availability of wheelchair-accessible facilities and accommodations at the venue.It indicates that the venue has provisions such as accessible seating, ramps, and other features to ensure ease of access and inclusion for individuals using wheelchairs.