We want our website to be accessible to as many people as possible and we are guided by WCAG AA standards to help us achieve this.
We aim to be as clear, accurate and inclusive as we can in the content presented on this website.
If there is something more, or different, we could do - or if you find any errors, inaccuracies, or misrepresentations - we would love to hear from you. Please contact us on email@example.com so that we can fix it.
Film London is committed to the development of positive policies to promote equal opportunity in the development and growth of London's film industry. To meet the legal requirements of our funders, to measure the effectiveness of our work, and to ensure that public funds are distributed equitably, we monitor applications to our schemes and participation at events and programmes funded through Film London. Monitoring is recommended by the Equality & Human Rights Commission and the CBI. The information provided is used anonymously for monitoring and statistical purposes and to shape future Film London projects and policy.
Film London’s Diversity Toolkit
Produced by Film London, in collaboration with Shape, the disability-led arts charity, the Accessibility Advice & Guidance Toolkit has been developed with the aim of improving access to all Film London activity, as well as film viewing and film-making in the capital more generally.
Acting as a reference document, the Toolkit provides guidance on how to engage and better communicate with disabled people and is designed to be used by Film London staff, partners, stakeholders and funding recipients.
The Toolkit offers practical guidance, highlighting the current terminology that disabled and d/Deaf people use to describe themselves and others. There is also an introduction to disability equality, reasonable adjustments, the Social Model of Disability and the Equality Act 2010 for staff to understand the need to promote inclusion.
In addition, the Toolkit provides tips for inclusive accessible recruitment processes and retention and ongoing support, it outlines some easy to adopt ideas in making marketing materials, communications and websites more accessible for disabled people and tips on organising accessible events including what to consider including planning, understanding disabled audiences and audience development.