Had technical issues at the cinema? Let us know and you could win a DVD

Monday, 10 September 2012 13:39pm

Media Access Australia’s accessible cinema questionnaire is gathering feedback from moviegoers on technical issues for closed captions and audio description. By providing your answers you’ll not only be helping improve cinema access, but also go in the draw to win a new release DVD of a Hollywood blockbuster movie.

The questionnaire is designed to capture information around technical issues that patrons may experience while trying to watch accessible cinema. These may be a number of problems, such as captions dropping out halfway through a movie or volume changes to the audio description.

The information collected from the questionnaire may be used for a report that will be sent to movie post-production houses and Australian cinemas to help them to improve the delivery of closed captions and audio description.

To thank you for taking part in our short questionnaire, one lucky respondent per month will be selected to receive a latest-release accessible DVD.

Our DVD winners so far are:

  • June – Bradley Francis, Moneyball
  • July – Ian Knox, The Big Year
  • August – Cassandra Cockini, The Avengers.

If you’ve recently experienced a technical issue, tell us about it and you could be our September DVD winner. The questionnaire will be open to the end of 2012 and you can respond as many times as you like.


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