This movement aims to expand inclusion offers aimed at people with disabilities in cultural facilities, raising society's awareness on the subject and collaborating for the discussion of public policies and private initiatives on inclusion and accessibility. The Movement for Accessibility at Claro São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro theaters includes: programming that is 100% accessible in terms of communication, offering resources such as a sign language interpreter, subtitling and audio description. The project, which is being implemented in a phased manner, also foresees, in addition to architecture, signage, facilitating resources to enable people with different disabilities to make the most of their entertainment experience. In Brazil there are more than 15.7 million people with disabilities, a public that has the right to access culture without a set time or date. This population is as capable of consuming content, services and products as any other group in our society.