This sensory friendly program makes going to the movies a more enjoyable and accessible experience for families, children, and teens with sensory needs.

What does Sensory Friendly mean?

  1.  First, it means brighter house lights and lower volume.
    *Note: there are no modifications made to the film
  2. Second, audience interaction (movement, speaking, singing) and electronic device (phone, tablet, etc.) usage are allowed.
  3.  Third, guests are welcome to bring a safe snack for any food allergies or food avoidance/restrictions.

*Participating locations: Birch Run (MI), Canton (MI), Eagan (MN), Hartland (MI), Macomb (MI), Novi (MI), Rochester Hills (MI), Saline (MI), Quality 10 powered by Emagine (MI), Woodhaven (MI) Frankfort (IL), Noblesville (IN), Portage (IN), Rogers (MN), Lakeville (MN), White Bear (MN), and Geneva Lakes (WI).

Upcoming Sensory Friendly Showings

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Strange World

PG 1 hr 42 mins
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ original action-packed adventure “Strange World” introduces a legendary family of explorers, the...
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Avatar: The Way of Water

PG13 3 hrs 12 mins
Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, “Avatar The Way of Water” begins to tell the story of the Sully family...
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