Accessible Audio described/narrated film info.

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In cinemas:

Tomb Raider (12a), A Wrinkle In Time (PG), Pacific Rim Uprising (12a), Ready Player One (12a), Unsane (15), Avengers Infinity War (12a), Peter Rabbit (PG), The Shape Of Water (15), Red Sparrow (15), Game Night (15), Gringo (15), Walk Like A Panther (12a), Lady Bird (15), Black Panther (12a), I Tonya (15), Finding Your Feet (12a), Three Billboards (15), Early Man (PG), Darkest Hour (PG), The Greatest Showman (12a) & more.

All popular films are provided to cinemas with an AD track. Cinemas can purchase equipment to enable film fans with sight loss to hear this narration track. Most UK cinemas provide regular, accessible AD shows.


At home:

Paddington 2, Blade Runner 2049, The Lego NinjagoMovie, Happy Death Day, My Little Pony, The Hitman's Bodyguard, Detroit, The Jungle Bunch, Mother!, Kingsman The Golden Circle, The Limehouse Golum, Victoria and Abdul, The Zookeeper's Wife, Logan Lucky, American Made, Dunkirk, Beauty and the Beast (2017), The Emoji Movie, My Cousin Rachel, Baby Driver, War Of The Planet Of The Apes, Churchill, Baywatch, King Arthur, Wonder Woman, Alien Covenant, Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2, Lady Macbeth, Free Fire, Ghost in the Shell, Viceroys House, Kong Skull Island and more:

Note: Some re-release, rental, or extended versions may NOT include the AD track. Please ensure packaging/disc is checked before you purchase or rent!



Stephen King's It, Dunkirk, Baby Driver, Atomic Blonde, Beauty and the Beast, Star Wars, Spectre, Brooklyn, Jurassic World, Fifty Shades Of Grey, Frozen, Harry Potter, The Hobbit, Lord Of The Rings, Paddington, Gone Girl, The Hunger Games, Alien, Jaws, Toy Story, The Lion King, The Shining, Pulp Fiction, 2001 A Space Odyssey, The Godfather and many more:


Many people have discovered - or rediscovered - the joys of cinemagoing, thanks to audio description. Here's some recent feedback:

"Last night I thoroughly enjoyed a film for the first time in my life. The film was Gravity. I had heard it looks fantastic, amazing visuals, 'spectacular, all descriptions that are not very useful to person with severe sight loss. But I'm a space-buff, I just had to catch it on a huge screen. I've seen IMAX space films before I lost my sight, so kind of knew what to expect. For Gravity, all I could see on the cinema screen were black and white blobs and mis-shapes of various sizes. But that's more than I can usually see in a film. The contrast of the white suits of the astronauts floating around the black of space made the film clearer than any I've seen in a long time. But without the audio description explaining what was going on the story, with its many long dialogue-free scenes would have been lost on me. It was absolutely gripping. I was on the edge of my seat! I really felt like I was up there with the characters. It was a wonderful experience."

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