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Why we are called “My Inclusive Cinema”

Creating a brand with the possessive pronoun «my» is not very orthodox in strict marketing terms. It might make us seem self-centered, which would detract our place in the public eye.

However, that «me» has an opposite meaning for us. The name «my inclusive Cinema» is a recognition of all the people who have worked, are currently working, or will work in the field of full inclusion. Thus, the»my inclusive Cinema» brand refers only to the professional and personal philosophy of the people who work on the platform.

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How to navigate through the website? is a platform for creation and dialogue on audiovisual accessibility, cultural inclusion and the Seventh Art (film and cinema).

To help you find out more about us and the work that we do, we have put together a tutorial to show you how to best navigate this website to get the most out of it.

NOTE: To make the videos accessible to deaf people, all the videos we post on the page have subtitles. To access these subtitles, please click the square on the bottom right corner of the video. features a large amount of videos with English subtitles.

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Blues Time: questions and answers

  • What is Blues Time?

Blues Time is a fictional short film rated for general audiences. It was written and directed by Spanish filmmaker Miguel Ángel Font Bisier and produced by When Lights are Low. The main characters are played by José Manuel Casañ, singer of the infamous rock band “Seguridad Social”, and by Aroa Renau, a child actress and model. The film is 14.30 minutes in length and was shot by a professional film crew in Valencia.

Blues Time’s official poster, by Weaddyou advertising agency.

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Galería: formación, proyecciones y eventos internacionales 1

El equipo de ha viajado en muchas ocasiones para expandir la filosofía de un cine que tenga en cuenta cada vez a un mayor sector del público. Esta galería fotográfica recoge estos viajes (por ejemplo, a México y a Perú), talleres y presentaciones realizadas entre 2017 y 2019.

Más información AQUÍ.

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Galería: en el Senado español (12-7-2017)

Esta es la galería fotográfica en la que se muestra cómo Miguel Ángel Font Bisier y Vicente Alcoy fueron al Senado español para ofrecer una comparecencia sobre cine accesible y el futuro de la inclusión audiovisual.

Fotografías de Lorena Peugnet.

Más información sobre la comparecencia, AQUÍ.