Since 2019, all of Matchbox Cineclub’s screenings are subtitled, part of our commitment to making our events as accessible as possible. We also provide a professional subtitling service, with a particular expertise in film exhibition.
Matchbox Cine can provide descriptive subtitles/SDH/captions for theatrical and non-theatrical exhibition, trailers, social media, broadcast television or any moving image material. We can create subtitle files from scratch, with reference to scripts or source and adapt existing subtitle files for D/deaf audiences. We can also produce transcription of interviews or raw footage to aid the editing process.
With 10 years’ experience of subtitling for broadcast television and 10 years’ experience in independent film exhibition, now Matchbox Cineclub are combining the two to explore provision for D/deaf audiences. We’ve produced subtitles for Guy Maddin’s The Green Fog, Douglas King’s Super November, Rob Christopher’s Roy’s World and Mark Cousins’ 14-hour documentary Women Make Film.
Clients include Caledonian Mumblecore, Cample Line, Ctrl Shift Face, Document Film Festival, DoMeRight Productions, Edwin Morgan Trust, Edinburgh Artists’ Moving Image Festival, Film Hub Scotland, Glasgow Film Festival, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow Short Film Festival, Hopscotch Films, Inverness Film Festival, A Kind Of Seeing, Leith Late, Matchbox Cineclub’s Weird Weekend (and all other Matchbox screenings), Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, Take One Action Film Festival and This Way Up.
For more information about our services, our rate card or even just to chat about subtitling, email email@example.com.
Check out our dedicated YouTube playlist for captioned trailers here.