Making Your Film Accessible: Audio Description

Providing Audio description for your film can remove barriers of inaccessibility for blind and visually impaired people. A description of the visual elements of the film – the locations, the characters, their appearance, the time of day, the visual action, and facial expressions for example, – keep the listeners in the know, and help to communicate the style, the mood and atmosphere of your film

Join Anne Hornsby, Director of Mind’s Eye for a workshop where you will learn how to approach audio description for your film with confidence.

Anne will give you a greater understanding of what audio description can do for your film’s accessibility, how to think about it from the point of view of an audience member and what you need to consider when working with an audio describer – including what material to provide them with and what timeline and budget you need to set aside.

Entry price: £7 full / £6 concs.
Access to all: this workshop is free for those less able to pay at this current time (simply pick the free option when booking).

This workshop is for people aged 18 and over.

This workshop takes place online on Zoom