Films for the visually and hearing impaired at MIFF 2024

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Posted On: Wednesday, June 12, 2024

The 18th edition of the Mumbai International Film Festival, kicking off on June 15th, promises to be a beacon of inclusivity. This biennial celebration of shorts, documentaries, and animation films is going above and beyond to ensure accessibility for all attendees, including those with disabilities.
Located at NMIC on Pedder Road in Mumbai, this year's festival venue has been meticulously designed to cater to the needs of differently-abled individuals. For the visually and hearing impaired, special screenings will feature audio-visual descriptions, ensuring they can fully engage with the films being screened for them.
There are four films featured in the Divyang Jan categories. Viewers can delve into the enchanting world of animation with episodes from "Little Krishna: The Horror Cave" and "Little Krishna: Challenge of the Brute," as well as the captivating "Jay Jagannath." Additionally, "Cross Over" a short film by Dr. Methil Devik promises to redefine the intersection of dance and music, complete with sign language for a truly immersive experience.
This initiative isn't just about entertainment; it's about fostering inclusivity within the performing arts community. On-ground staff members have undergone specialized training to sensitively assist delegates with accessibility needs, ensuring that every visitor can enjoy a seamless and enriching experience at the festival.

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