Throughout the world, one in six people have some form of visual or hearing impairment. More than 70 million people in Europe are deaf or hearing-impaired.
Despite these staggering numbers, sensory disabilities are still treated differently among European countries, as well as within the film industry. This event will explain how a film can be made accessible, what rights users have in terms of regulation/rules/laws and the impact of audiovisual accessibilityon the market.
Organized by Sub-ti Access, in cooperation with HBBTV4ALL, endorsed by the ITU (United Nations Agency for information and communication technologies).