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Reduced mobility


Here at QCFF, we are committed to ensuring that film lovers with specific needs experience the same QCFF than any other visitor.

Venues and locations are accessible for any festival goer with limited mobility, whether it is permanent or temporary (e.g. a plastered limb or an injury that prevents from moving freely) and/or who move using a (manual or electric) wheelchair or require any other mobility aide such as a scooter, crutches, a walking stick/ frame or a guide dog.


Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
Accessible to people with reduced mobility. Frequency hearing aid system: FM device provided by the room - Auditorium (Sandra and Alain Bouchard Auditorium located in the Pierre Lassonde Pavilion)

Palais Montcalm
A step at the entrance limits access, it is recommended to be accompanied. This step can be avoided by taking the elevator next to it, which allows you to cross the step without effort. Equipped with amplification system for the hearing impaired.

Place D'Youville
Accessible to people with reduced mobility.

La Maison pour la danse de Québec
Accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Théâtre du Conservstoire d'Art dramatique de Québec
Accessible to people with reduced mobility via a temporary ramp. Please ask for it when planning your visit.

Le Diamant
Accessible to people with reduced mobility.

École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP)
Accessible to people with reduced mobility.


Free entrance for accompanying person.
Guide dogs are allowed in all our venues.

If you are not accompanied, introduce yourself to the box office at the venue and a volunteer will help you. You will also have priority entrance when you present yourself at the venue box office before the presentation.

For more information, contact us at or 581 300-3287 (FCVQ).