People with reduced mobility
There are spots specifically for people with wheelchairs in each cinema .
When you purchase a Festival Pass, a 5 Entries Card or a Day Ticket, you can choose a special type of pass for users of wheelchair. Using such pass will automatically book spots for wheelchairs in the screenings you would like to attend. In consequence, you do not have to inform us about your coming.
Important notice: we have a special offer for care home residents. More information in French or German on our specific page.
Deaf and hearing impaired persons
The Festival have offered since 2016 a screening particularly appropriate for deaf and hearing impaired. The introduction before the screening and the discussion after the film with the directors are translated in French sign language
In 2022, such offer is available for two screenings on Sunday 20th March:
- International Competition: Short Films - Programme 2, at 13:00 in ARENA 9
- Beans, at 15:45 in ARENA 2
In partnership with the Fribourg based association C’est un signe.
Subtitles for hearing impaired is available via the Greta app for one film of FIFF23:
- Adieu Paris: in French
FIFF screens all films in original version with subtitles. Many films have English subtitles for dialogs. Please refer to the programme to know exactly which film uses English subtitles. Subtitles in French and German also available.
Blind and visually impaired persons
An audiodescription for blind ans visually impaired persons is available for two feature films of the 2023 edition:
- Adieu Paris audiodescription in French
- Bowling Saturne : audiodescription in French
The audiodescription is available on the Greta app.
In association with Regards Neufs