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Will imagineNATIVE provide ASL interpretation in person?
Yes. Selected introductions and post-screening Q&As will be presented with ASL interpretation. Please check out our (…)
I found the subject matter of the film to be upsetting to me. I need to talk to someone about it. Is help available?
We understand that some content presented by imagineNATIVE may be upsetting or triggering. Because of this, we will have (…)
Where can I find out about accessibility accommodations at each festival venue?
We are happy to announce that all of our venues are wheelchair accessible and barrier free. If you or someone else wants (…)
What are accessible/companion seatings, and who can use them?
Accessible seating is reserved for disabled guests and their companions only. If you or someone else require accessible (…)
How do I use the tools on the Accessibility Beacon?
Press through each of the buttons that appear on the Accessibility Beacon menu to choose the option that works best for (…)
Is the Accessibility Beacon available on the imagineNATIVE website only?
No. The Accessibility Beacon is available on ImagineNATIVE’s film-viewing (Cinesend) and industry (Eventtia) platf (…)
What tools are available from the Accessibility Beacon?
It offers options for screen contrast adjustment, link highlighting, bigger texts, bigger text spacing, pause animations (…)
Where do I find the Accessibility Beacon?
It appears as a circular button with the figure of a person in it on the upper-left corner. You can also access it by pr (…)
Which films will have closed captioning?
While we strive to have all films shown with Open Captions, this isn’t always possible, so some films will be shown wi (…)
How do I turn on closed captioning?
Go to the bottom right corner of the screen and click the button that looks like a screen with closed captioning as high (…)