Adelaide Film Festival welcomes Deaf and disabled audiences to enjoy the Festival. We endeavour to meet specific access requirements, within available resources.
We offer a selection of accessible screenings at both the Festival and year-round events. As program details for the Adelaide Film Festival’s 2022 event (due to be held 19-30 October) are released, venue-specific information, including wheelchair access, assisted hearing augmentation, audio description and other relevant information, will be available on this page.
Palace Nova Eastend and Prospect
The Palace Nova Eastend and Prospect cinemas both feature disabled access to all cinemas through ramps and elevators, disabled toilets, reserved seating for patrons in wheelchairs, and for select films, ‘Fidelio’ branded devices to enhance soundtracks for the hearing impaired and describe the action on screen for the visually impaired. These devices are available in selected cinemas. please contact either the AFF at [email protected] or the Palace Nova by email at either [email protected] or [email protected] or by phone at (08) 8125 9312 for the Eastend or (08) 8125 9313 for Prospect to discuss your individual requirements.
Wallis Mitcham is 100% wheelchair accessible via elevators from the Mitcham Square Shopping Centre, and ramps to the cinemas. Closed Captioning/Visual Aid features are also available on request, please contact either [email protected] or phone Wallis at 8305 4444 to discuss your individual requirements.
The Capri, Goodwood
The Capri is wheelchair accessible, and endeavours to cater to all accessibility requirements as needed. Contact [email protected] or in[email protected] to advise the team of your needs.
Odeon Star Semaphore
Please contact the AFF team at [email protected] or the Odeon team at [email protected] to advise us of your needs and we will be able to cater to your requirements.
Her Majesty’s Theatre
Her Majesty’s Theatre is wheelchair accessible, with removable seats in the Stalls and the Dress Circle for patrons who wish to remain in their wheelchairs. Elevators and accessible toilets are also available on the premises. Audio Assistance packages and facilities are also available – please contact the team at [email protected] or [email protected] to discuss your requirements.
AFF recognises the Companion Card at all events. Please contact us to book.
Captioning is a text version of speech and other sounds on screen. We offer a selection of captioned screenings during the festival.
On request, we can provide an Auslan interpreter at some of our Festival events such as talks and forums.
Subtitles translate or transcribe the dialogue. We offer a selection of Subtitled screenings during the festival.
Audio Described Screenings
Audio Description is the auditory narration of visual representations on screen.
Please let us know in advance if you require Audio Description.
Public transport information
For other public transport options or further public transport information contact Adelaide metro https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au or call the InfoLine on 1300 311 108.
Or via the National Relay Service and ask for Adelaide Metro InfoLine. TTY users can contact directly on TTY line 133677
Changing Places Toilets
Palace Nova Eastend: Nearest Changing Places Toilet is located near the Quentin Kenihan Playspace in Rymill Park, between Rundle Road and Bartels Road.
A MLAK Key is required
The facility is open at all times.
If you have any access questions or suggestions, we want to hear from you.
(08) 8394 2505
or via the National Relay Service
1300 555 727 then (08) 8394 2505