Accessibility Links

Access information for The Other Film Festival

The Other Film Festival (TOFF) is a ground-breaking disability-led program from Arts Access Victoria. TOFF was born in 2004. Since then, it has become a leader in the global disability screen advocacy movement. TOFF centres authentic storytelling and representation.

How to rent a film

  1. Choose a film to watch or explore, when you hover over a film you can click "Rent $0.00"
  2. This prompts to set up an account with Cinema 3 with an email address
  3. Once email address is entered, you will need to enter your name
  4. Create a Password and enter again to confirm it
  5. You can read Terms and Conditions for setting up an account
  6. There is then some information to read about the free rental and the time periods to watch within. You then agree to rent; and accept the terms and conditions
  7. You are then taken to another screen. This screen has information about the rental period, and the time you have to watch the film
  8. The same screen also says "Success a receipt has been emailed to you." There is also a link to view "System Requirements" at this stage, which you can do to see if your device will work
  9. If you click the "System Requirements" link, it will take you to the "Help & FAQ" page. You can scroll down to read the requirements You will then receive two emails from "Cinema 3 ACMI"
  10. The first email will thank you for joining
  11. The second email is a "Purchase Receipt" but because it is free all the amounts on the receipt are $0.00. There is a Watch Now button in the email

Film access

ACMI and The Other Film Festival are committed to providing more accessible films. All films are **free**, and audio described, captioned or 100% subtitled.

To access these features, once the playback window has started navigate to the three dots on the bottom right of the screen in the video progress bar. Click to bring up the Subtitles/CC option or the Audio option and choose from the available options.

Open captioned films display captions that dictate any spoken dialogue, music or sound effect in the film and are shown on the screen for the duration of the film.

Audio description provides commentary to describe body language, expressions, movements, key action and the visual content of the film. Narration occurs during the natural pauses in the audio, and sometimes during dialogue if deemed necessary.

Closed captioned films display captions that dictate any spoken dialogue, music or sound effect in the film. Closed captions can be tuned on and off.

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