Browsing All posts tagged under »cinema«

Juliet England: Should I bother going to the cinema when the headphones don’t work?

April 23, 2015


Saturday night at the movies, and I’m queueing at Reading’s Vue cinema with a couple of friends, sorting out popcorn, […]

Samuel Dore: What I thought of Sony’s subtitled glasses for cinemas

March 17, 2015


Earlier this week I was invited by Tim Potter, Sony Professional Europe’s Business Development Manager, to a demonstration of their […]

Laura’s Pregnancy Diary: If deaf charities had a different focus, maybe I could book my antenatal appointments myself

March 7, 2014


Laura Hignett is deaf and pregnant. She is sharing her diary entries with us as she prepares for the birth […]

Richard Turner: Cinemas still don’t seem to care about deaf film lovers

March 6, 2014


Watching the highlights of the Oscar ceremony last night reminded me of how much I love watching a good film. […]

Richard Turner: What would Nelson Mandela have thought about the lack of subtitles at the cinema?

January 6, 2014


I really wanted to go and see the new film about Nelson Mandela called ‘Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ […]

Watch: Two concepts that could revolutionise subtitled cinema!

April 30, 2013


I was a bit sceptical when I first saw these two videos, but as I watched them I realised that […]

The Secret Deafie: I wanted to drop-kick a box-office assistant

March 2, 2012


The Secret Deafie is a series of anonymous columns written by different writers. Our third contributor tells us about an […]