It’s important to us to make the festival as accessible as possible for everyone.
The CITY 46 is partially accessible, the Deutsches Auswandererhaus is fully accessible. Admission is free for assistants/support persons, but seats for them must be reserved as well.
The CITY 46 is partially accessible for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility. There is a fully accessible wheelchair entrance and lift. To use it, please inform the staff. There is a wheelchair-accessible restroom that is fully equipped but there is a 4.5 cm threshold to enter the room. The auditoriums have ground level access and their smallest passage widths are 88 cm. Wheelchair access for auditorium 2 is through a side entrance via another room with the help of the staff. This way is not marked.
The closest disabled parking lot is located one street over, in front of Bahnhofstraße 4.
For users of cochlear implants and hearing aids, there is an audio induction loop available in auditorium 1. Please contact the box office if you want to use it. Our movies will be shown in the original language version with German or English subtitles. We try to provide sign language interpretation into German Sign Language for as many panel discussions as possible. For this, please check the notes of the respective film descriptions.
More details on the physical accessibility of the venues are available and can be found under:
https://www.bremen.eu/visitenkarte/city-46–kommunalkino-bremen-ev-334600/ (only in German)
If you have specific questions concerning the content and content-warnings of individual films, please contact wasistdasfuer1film(at)queerfilm.de in advance.
If you have any other questions, a concrete need for help, or further ideas how we could make the festival more accessible, please e-mail us at teilhabe(at)queerfilm.de
We try our best to organize a solution for different situations. More ways to participate will be announced via our website and social media channels prior to the festival.