07 Useful Contacts & References on Cinema Accessibility and Inclusivity
Arts Council England
Arts Council England have produced a guide to increasing participation in the arts by disabled people as artists, audience members, participants and employees.
The BBC Ouch Website
Disability Arts Online
Disability Arts Online is a repository of thousands of articles: blogs, news items, reviews, interviews, galleries and creative writing by artists and writers, writing on disability and the arts, which have been published since 2004.
Equality and Human Rights Commission (London)
The Commission’s role is to ensure people are aware of their rights and how to use them, work with employers, service providers and organisations to help them develop best practice, work with policymakers, lawyers and the Government to make sure that social policy and the law promote equality and use their powers to enforce the laws that are already in place.
3 More London
Riverside Tooley Street
England: 0845 604 6610 (helpline)
Textphone: 0845 604 6620 (helpline)
Tel: 020 3117 0235 (non helpline calls only)
filmpro support artists who experience exclusion. They provide support services ranging from advice and mentoring through to production and project management.
STAGETEXT is a registered charity which provides captioning and live speech-to-text services to theatres and other arts organisations to make their activities accessible to people who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing.
VocalEyes enables blind and partially sighted people to experience the arts through high quality audio-description.
Your Local Cinema
A website with listings of Caption Subtitled or Audio Description cinema screenings.