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Scalarama is a DIY celebration of cinema that takes place every September. Inspired by the eclectic programming of the legendary Scala Cinema, groups and individuals with a passion for movies unite to celebrate cinema and encourage watching films together.

In 2019, Scalarama Glasgow hosts monthly workshops with expert guests, exploring every aspect of screening films. These meetings are open to everyone, from complete beginners to old hands, with a view to hosting a film screening this September.

This PowerPoint assisted a presentation on accessibility from Helen Wright (Scottish Queer International Film Festival) at CCA Glasgow on Sunday 21/07/19.

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Scalarama access presentation

  1. 1. Accessibility Helen Wright Festival Coordinator, SQIFF www.sqiff.org facebook.com/sqiff Twitter: @ScotsQueerFilm Instagram: @scotsqueerfilm
  2. 2. Accessibility and film screenings • Social vs. medical models of disability • Equalities laws • Access measures • Marketing access
  3. 3. Equalities laws • Equality Act 2010: 9 protected characteristics including disability; protection from discrimination as a consumer • Duty to make reasonable adjustments • BSL (Scotland) Act 2015: “BSL users will have full access to the cultural life of Scotland and an equal opportunity to enjoy and contribute to culture and the arts…”
  4. 4. Social model of disability ••
  5. 5. Access measures • Wheelchair access: £0 to varies • English language subtitles/captions: £4/5 per minute of film to create your own • BSL interpretation: £25-35 per hour plus travel (sometimes min 4 hour callout) • Induction loops: £0 to varies
  6. 6. Access measures • Audio description: varies • Large print: £0 to very little • Downloadable pdf and text-only materials (online): £0 • Assistance dogs welcome: £0
  7. 7. Access measures • Quiet space: £0 to varies • Content notes: £0 • Comfy seating: £0 to varies • Comfort breaks/short events: £0
  8. 8. Marketing access • Include D/deaf and Disabled people on team and exhibit D/deaf and Disabled content • Engage with D/deaf and Disabled communities • Use access symbols, e.g.
  9. 9. Marketing access • Accessible design and layout • Large print / downloadable pdf and text- only • Use plain English • BSL videos
  10. 10. Marketing access • Details of access measures easily available, e.g. in Facebook event page • Use of hashtags, e.g. #captioned #a11y • Image descriptions • Don’t forget to caption online videos

Scalarama is a DIY celebration of cinema that takes place every September. Inspired by the eclectic programming of the legendary Scala Cinema, groups and individuals with a passion for movies unite to celebrate cinema and encourage watching films together. In 2019, Scalarama Glasgow hosts monthly workshops with expert guests, exploring every aspect of screening films. These meetings are open to everyone, from complete beginners to old hands, with a view to hosting a film screening this September. This PowerPoint assisted a presentation on accessibility from Helen Wright (Scottish Queer International Film Festival) at CCA Glasgow on Sunday 21/07/19. facebook.com/ScalaramaGlasgow twitter.com/ScalaGlasgow

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