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Teilú is a project of students and graduates of the Faculty of Film and Television of the National University of Córdoba (UNC) . It aims to bring the enjoyment of audiovisual productions closer to people with visual or hearing disabilities . For this purpose, its platform offers films that have audio-description, subtitling and sign language system .
“Teilú arises from a need that was to reach blind and deaf people,” said Maximiliano Pinela , one of the creators of the web platform. “We were doing this task of adapting audiovisual content in a rather rustic way, in cultural centres and institutions. But we started to receive a barrage of orders from other provinces that wanted to access our content. And so came the idea, with a need to cover.”
Books by Cordoban authors are adapted for people with visual disabilities. Another member of Teilu , Aylen Luponio said that they have been working on the project for more than three years. And that the most difficult thing was to professionalize the process of adapting the content . Arranging the issue of rights, talking to sign language specialists and so on. “ Digital platforms , videos, series and films flood our screens every day.iacute; ace. Blind and deaf people are not alien to this audiovisual phenomenon,” concluded Luponio.
You can enter Teilú via your address: www.teilu.com.ar , and from there you need to register with just one email address.
The platform offers the option to view the catalogue of films adapted in sign language or with audio description, with a system of choice of content similar to other digital platforms .
For now, and for a copyright issue, Teilu's catalogue is somewhat limited. Of course, they can all be viewed for free , including the following:
Wild Stories (2014)
The Great Vairitosky (2014)
The Florist (2011)
Publication Date: 12/02/2020
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