Panel presentation by Kino Úsmev and Bíó Paradís.
“Finding ways to make films both physically accessible and visibly diverse.”
Inclusion is crucial to allow cultural exploration and encourage empathy towards other people. Adapting films for a more diverse audience where all demographics are represented is important because it increases overall awareness ensuring that everyone feels valued and respected as an individual.
This panel oversees the collaborative work that Kíno Usmev and Bíó Paradís are doing in order to adapt film screenings to special audiences; to the blind, deaf or autistic communities.
Following this panel, there will be a special screening at Bíó Paradís.
107 MOTHERS – PETER KEREKES 17:00
“These events are part of the KÓSY KINO project, which benefits from a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants and has been co-financed from the State Budget of the Slovak Republic.”