I consider it an honor to have my posts included in DeafRead, and I am proud to hear myself referred to as one of the “Deaf Allies”.
I want to clarify something quickly.
I have been given permission by iftc , http://yourlocalcinema.com to “link” to their captioned trailers. I started captioning movie trailers, because the ones that I needed, they had not made. I don’t wish to duplicate their efforts, so I include their links to help promote their work also.
So when you see an image, with a link to a trailer – that is a trailer from http://yourlocalcinema.com. I recently started including them in this blog, because they don’t seem to publicize when new ones are available.
When you see a trailer on the blog, with “subtitles by overstream”, those will be the ones that I am making.
Thank you to the publishers of DeafRead, to new readers, to Proud Geek who reviewed Overstream where I do my captions, and to the makers of Overstream.
I hope someday I won’t have to caption movie trailers – that the studios themselves will put some tiny fraction of the millions that they put into movies, into captioning their own movies and trailers.
See You at The Movies!
(I love Insight Cinema’s tagline – “The Audience is Reading”)