A More Inclusive Cinema: Q&A w/ Michael Doma…

The American's with Disabilities Act (ADA) is supposed to guarantee that anyone can have reasonable access to most if not all places around town (among other important things). Unfortunately, movie theaters - home to the universal language that is cinema - haven't caught on completely. Sure, there are ramps and handicapped seating, but even those can be abused and paid lip service to. And what of enjoying the film itself? Are on-screen captions or descriptive audio devices easily requested?

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