Wide Angle Film Festival: Main Program
Join us to celebrate diversity during October as we are proud to present, in partnership with WA Museum, the Wide Angle Film Festival. The Festival offers quality Australian and international short films reflecting the lived experience of people with disability. The main program is suitable for a general audience but parents bringing younger children might find it beneficial to provide them with a quiet activity.
About the Festival
Wide Angle Film Festival began life in 2008 as Access All Areas Film Festival (AAAFF), a NSW based festival of Australian short films with audio description and open captions screening in accessible venues. In 2016 the management of AAAFF was passed to The Bardic Studio. The Festival now programs international award winning short films reflecting the lived experience of people with disability. The access has been increased to include access for people with autism and other sensory disability (2016) access for people with epilepsy (2017) and access for people living with anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (2018). Further access is being developed for 2019.
All programs are provided with the same suite of accessible features including
- Open Captions
- Audio Description
- A Sensory Screening kit (on request from City of Fremantle)
- Flashing Light Free guarantee
- Accessible venue
- A screening kit for the needs of people with anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (on request from City of Fremantle)
Where: WA Maritime Museum
Day 1: 11.30am-12.30pm | 12 October (Program screened with audio description)
Day 2: 11.30am-12.30pm | 13 October (Program repeated, however screened with open captions)
Cost: Free (Entry fees apply if you wish to visit the Planet Shark: Predator of Prey exhibition)
Bookings required, register your attendance