Sheffield Doc/Fest is committed to providing a positive experience for all attendees, including those with disabilities and other accessibility requirements, working towards making Doc/Fest as accessible as possible.
We aim for all venues to be wheelchair accessible.
You can find a list of all of our Festival hotels and their accessibility information here.
Accessible screenings and talks for Deaf and hard of hearing Festival-goers:
You can view our BSL interpreted 2017 Festival trailer here.
You can view our BSL interpreted 2017 Film Programme trailer here.
You can view our BSL interpreted 2017 Alternate Realities trailer here.
You can view our BSL interpreted 2017 Talks & Sessions trailer here.
The Doc/Fest programme includes subtitled and partly subtitled films which may be accessible for d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
When at the Festival look out for Sheffield Doc/Fest Access Champions who are here to answer any accessibility questions you may have. Please speak to the team at the Tudor Square Box Office or alternatively please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Doc/Fest staff are Dementia friends. This means they've learnt a little bit more about what it's like to live with dementia, how to turn that understanding into action and the small ways they can help.