Captions and audio descriptions aren’t substitutes for sound and sight; they’re a means of inclusion. They’re a gateway to shared information and experiences, so that D/deaf and disabled people aren’t left behind.

Charlotte Little

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Graphic of the website's logo. It reads "Film & Disability" in  a bold white 3D font with black edges. It has a smaller tagline that reads "Perspectives on the Cinema Experience for Disabled People". It is underlined with a red and white cane for deafblind people, and above the word "Film" in a speech bubble, it says "caption this".