Accessibility

We are trying to make our websites as accessible as we can. We also endeavour to be as accurate and inclusive as we can in the copy presented on this website. If, however, you find any errors, inaccuracies, or misrepresentations, please feel free to notify us - call the Film London office on 020 7613 7676 or email info@filmlondon.org.uk.

Help with Seeing our Websites
Making Text Larger
Changing Colours
Help with Navigating our Websites
Broken Links and Error Messages
Diversity

 

Help with Seeing our Websites

Some users might find that the size and colour of the font isn't easy to read, however you can change the font in your browser settings.

Firstly, find out which version of the browser you are using:

  • Go to Help on the tool bar at the top of your screen and choose About (e.g. About Internet Explorer or About Mozilla Firefox).

Please follow the instructions below for Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer versions 5.5 and above and Mozilla Firefox; in other browsers the procedure may differ slightly.

For further assistance in changing your browser settings, please refer to the Help menu on your browser toolbar.

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Making Text Larger

Internet Explorer

  • Go to the View menu using your mouse or by pressing Alt + V.
  • Select the Text Size option using your mouse or by pressing X.
  • Choose your preferred text size using your mouse or by using the up and down arrow keys and pressing Enter or by clicking on it.

Mozilla Firefox

The following instructions will set the minimum font size on your computer's system, so the size will apply to every site you visit:

  • Go to Tools in your browser's menu using your mouse or press Alt + T.
    Click on Options, or press O, to open the Options dialog box.
  • Select Content if not already selected or press the cursor keys (up and down arrows) until it is highlighted (in blue) and then press Tab key.
  • Press Tab key until you reach Fonts & Colours Advanced, then press Enter to select Fonts.
  • Tab to Minimum font size box then use the down arrow key to increase font size.
  • Tab to the Always use my: Fonts checkbox and then press the spacebar to select or on some versions don't click on the Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections checkbox.
  • Click the OK button or tab to the OK button and press Enter.
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Changing Colours

Follow the instructions below to change the colours you see on web pages.

Internet Explorer

  • Go to Tools in your browser's menu using your mouse or press Alt + T.
  • Click on Internet Options, or press O, to open the Internet Options dialog box.
  • Select Accessibility by pressing the Tab key until it is highlighted (in blue) and then press Enter to select Accessibility.
  • Click in the white square next to Ignore colours specified on web pages. When a tick appears in the box, use the Tab key until OK is highlighted and the press Enter to select OK and to close the box.
  • In the Internet Options box (which should still be open, if it isn't open it again from the Tools menu on your browser) use the Tab key until Colours is highlighted and then press Enter. Another box will open.
  • Uncheck the box marked Use Windows colours.
  • Now click the rectangle to the right of Text and choose a text colour (e.g. yellow).
  • Click the rectangle to the right of Background and choose a background colour (e.g. black).
  • Click the OK button or tab to the OK button and press Enter.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Go to Tools in your browser's menu using your mouse or press Alt + T.
  • Click on Options, or press O, to open the Options dialog box.
  • Select Content if not already selected or press the cursor keys (up and down arrows) until it is highlighted (in blue) and then press Tab key.
  • Press tab key until you reach Colours, then press Enter.
  • Text should be highlighted but if not use the Tab key and then click on the Black colour box to bring up a colour chart. Select the colour you want to set as the text colour. You can either click on the colour of your choice or move through the colour choices using the arrow keys and then click on the colour or press Enter to select the text colour.
  • If you clicked on the colour you will still be in the Colours box so tab down to Background and repeat the procedure to select a background colour. If you clicked on Enter it will have taken you back one stage so reselect Colours first.
  • Click the OK button or tab to the OK button and press Enter.
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Help with Navigating our Websites

We aim to use plain English on all of our websites and hope that we have made the language of this website easy to read and to understand. If you have any feedback you would like to share with us about reading and understanding the content of our websites we would like to hear from you - please call the Film London office on 020 7613 7676 or email info@filmlondon.org.uk.

For information on adjusting the speed of your mouse, making it left-handed and making your mouse pointer larger, visit BBC My Web My Way. The BBC site also covers alternatives to the mouse and keyboard.

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Broken Links and Error Messages

We try to ensure that all links on our site are up-to-date. If you do find a broken link or an error message, we would like to hear from you - please call the Film London office on 020 7613 7676 or email info@filmlondon.org.uk.

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Diversity


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.

For further information about diversity we recommend you refer to the Diversity Toolkit - an online resource for everyone in film. It explains how diversity can open up creative and commercial opportunities and gives practical advice and resources to help all areas of the industry contribute to the film sector's diversity goals. 

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