Once a month, the library will be keeping the lights on and the volume low for a more inclusive movie watching experience.
Griffith City Library has launched a regular 'sensory friendly' film screening.
Taking place in the library's film room, the sessions are designed to help people living with a disability, autism or other sensory needs enjoy a film in a safe environment.
For people with these needs, the darkness and loud noises which come with a traditional cinema experience can sometimes be too much to handle.
Library manager Karen Tagliapietra says these sessions are aiming to offer a more relaxed experience.
"It's a little bit less intense," she said. "To make individuals more comfortable we keep the lights turned slightly up and the sound turned slightly down."
"Audience members are free to get out of their seats and move around the theatre without judgement."
This Thursday marks the new program's second session, with Mulan to unfold on the projector.
All people are welcome to attend the screening, which kicks off at 10am at the Griffith City Library on January 28.