Sydney Film Festival welcomes back the Screenability program, produced in partnership with Create NSW and FACS (Department of Family and Community Services).
“It’s our platform for screen practitioners with disability to tell stories. This international program showcases the best of 2018, spanning drama and documentary from Australia, Israel, Austria and the UK, offering unique world views on life.”
Sofya Gollan, Guest Programmer.
Screenability opens with three great NSW made short films, developed through the Create NSW Screenability Filmmakers Fund. SFF gratefully acknowledges Vivienne Selwyn’s generous support of its Disability Inclusion Action Plan.
Find all info about Access & Inclusion at Sydney Film Festival here.
Auslan interpreted, spoken and subtitled intro to Screenability by Sofya Gollan:
Screenability Audio Guide:
All films in the Screenability program are accessible
To have a Screenability Access and Inclusion Guide, or Braille Guide posted to you, please request a copy in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or a call to 1300 733 733.
Films in the Screenability program have access information listed on each session page below. In addition, there will be a relaxed screening of Maya the Bee: The Honey Games, on Sunday 17 June at Hoyts Entertainment Quarter at 1pm, suitable for All Ages.
In partnership with: