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Making Movies Better For Everyone

At AMC, many of our showings are designated to assist moviegoers with hearing and vision impairments. We offer devices to enhance and amplify audio, provide closed captioning, or narrate the action on screen.

Assistive Listening Devices and Closed Captioning Devices are available at all locations. Not all titles comply with closed captions and/or audio descriptions. Look for showtimes with audio description or closed captioning labels or ask any AMC crew member for any assistance.

In addition, AMC’s accessible theatres offer wheelchair seating in every auditorium. Our goal is to make all our films enjoyable for everyone.

Click here for a list of films that contain sequences with flashing lights that may affect photosensitive viewers.


Assistive Moviegoing Devices

Assistive Listening Devices

Our systems connect wirelessly to the devices:

  • Assistive Listening: Headset amplifies the film’s audio
  • Audio Description: Headset provides descriptive narration throughout the film

Features Include:

  • Adjustable volume setting
  • Compatible with your headphones or supplied headset/neck loop
Closed Captioning Devices

Closed Caption: Displays English dialogue on your device.

Features Include:

  • Flexible arm to adjust to the desired angle
  • Can be secured in cupholder

Have feedback regarding Assistive Moviegoing devices? Contact Us

Capture Every Detail wiht Open Captions

Every Detail with Open Captions

Open Caption showtimes feature a text display of dialogue and audio descriptions on the big screen, so you won't miss a beat of the movie.

Assistive Moviegoing

Accessible Browsing

The AMCTheatres.com mobile website is optimized for the native screen readers for iOS and Android smartphones. The preferred screen reader for the AMCTheatres.com desktop website is ChromeVox. If you have additional questions, please contact us.

Wheelchair Spaces Available

Our theatres offer wheelchair spaces with companion seating. Some wheelchair spaces may still be available even in shows that are marked as sold out. Ask any AMC crew member at the box office for more information.