WHAT: An accessible showcase of new Australian films for people with a disability. The tour features 50+ screenings at accessible cinemas, schools, community centres and disability groups in NSW and nationally.
50+ screenings 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: 2500+ audience members with mobility or visual impairment and their friends, families and carers, as well as audience members who benefit from captioned films such as the hard of hearing and speakers of English as a second language. 81% of respondents would like to attend more frequent accessible screenings.
2500+ audience members
WHEN: Around 3 December each year, the International Day for People with a Disability.
WHERE: Dendy Opera Quays, Parramatta Riverside Theatre and schools, community centres and disability groups in more than 25 towns and cities across NSW and nation-wide.
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