Access for All

 

Since 2013, Film Hub Wales has designed or worked with specialist partners to support 138 audience development projects, with the aim to increase access to film for diverse and hard to reach audiences across Wales.
 

 

ACCESS FOR FAMILIES WITH DISABLED CHILDREN

Our Cinema Provision in Wales for Families with Disabled Children report details the extent that disabled children and their families can attend cinemas, and the obstacles that face them. The report then proposes practical recommendations for cinemas to improve their disability provision. Read our report. 

 

ACCESS FOR DEMENTIA AUDIENCES

We have helped produce two resources on running Dementia Friendly screenings. Read our Level 1 Dementia Friendly Tool Kit Tip Sheet and our Dementia Friendly Screening Guide for Cinemas

 

ACCESS FOR TRANSGENDER AUDIENCES

We've run two transgender awareness sessions for our members with Equiversal, Iris Outreach Limited and Trans*Form Cymru. View Trans*Form Cymru tool kit and charter

 

F-RATING

The F-Rating is a film classification developed by Holly Tarquini at FilmBath in 2014. Any film which is written/or directed by a woman recieves the classification. The system has been adopted by Chapter and WoW Film Festival. Find out more about the F-Rating.

 

ACCESS FOR DEAF AUDIENCES

The ICO and BFI FAN have put together a collection of resources for developing deaf audiences for film. Read these resouces. 

 

TRAINING

Our Opening Our Doors Training Days were packed full of innovative projects, interactive games, film ideas and resources designed to help venues reach diverse audeice groups. Find out more about our Opening Doors Development Days.