All screening and event venues are accessible via ramp or elevators, offer wheelchair areas for viewing performances, and have accessible restrooms.
Some screening venues do offer hearing amplification, closed captioning devices, and audio descriptions of films. This information is noted on our venues webpage. As not all screening venues used are classified as “movie theaters” under Title III of the ADA, these venues are not currently required to provide closed movie captioning and audio description services.
Closed captioning and audio descriptions are not available for all films and are developed at the discretion of the filmmaker.
Grounds of the University of Virginia
The University of Virginia and the Department of Parking & Transportation are committed to providing accessible services for students, faculty, staff, patients, and visitors of the University. Please visit their website for additional information on accessibility.
There is ample parking for patrons with disabilities at the entrances and by the elevators of both the Water Street and Market Street Parking Garages.
PVCC Dickinson Center
There is ample parking for patrons with disabilities by the entrance to the Dickinson Center.
Accessible parking is available directly outside of St. Anne’s-Belfield auditorium.
To request a sign language interpreter for a discussion or event, please contact Erica Barnes email@example.com at least fifteen (15) business days before the event. We will make every effort to accommodate your request but interpreting services cannot be guaranteed. The Festival is unable to provide interpreters for film screenings.
Contact the University of Virginia Office for Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights to learn about more services offered by UVA.