The Other Film Festival is committed to universal access. A range of access services and facilities are available to ensure everyone can have an accessible and enjoyable festival experience.
We do acknowledge the many members of the disabled community who are homebound/bedridden. Please contact us to discuss ways that we can provide access to The Other Film Festival 2018.
If you have access requirements that are not listed here, please contact Arts Access Victoria:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 9699 8299.
Please advise of any access requirements when you book your tickets – every effort will be made to meet your request.
Wheelchair accessible: All public areas of The Other Film Festival are accessible for people who require wheelchair access, including toilets. Accessible seating is available in all areas. Please advise at time of booking.
Audio Description: All films will be audio described for people who are blind or vision impaired. Through the use of a small radio receiver, audience members can listen to a description of the visual aspects of the film during appropriate breaks in the dialogue. Foreign language film subtitles will be read out. Please book for this service.
Captioning: All films screened as part of The Other Film Festival will be captioned or subtitled.
Auslan interpreters: To ensure access for the Deaf community, Auslan interpreters will be available for all spoken events including speeches, introductions, forums, workshops and Q&A sessions.
Guide dogs: Guide dogs are welcome in all areas of The Other Film Festival and water bowls are available at the venue.
Quite Space: During each screening session, Nebula (located in The Coopers Malthouse Courtyard) will be the designated quiet space.