After the film industry scrambled to rethink how to distribute new releases when cinemas first closed in March, many films now hit streaming platforms on the day they were intended to premiere in movie theatres. The price to view such films usually mirrors or is significantly less than what it would cost to watch at the cinema.

But for disabled viewers, the cost of streaming films at home isn’t the main draw. While accessible cinema screenings have increased in recent years, these showings are rare – usually midweek matinees and only available at larger cinemas. Now, disabled people can now pay to view the latest films at home, with audio description and seating that works for them. 

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