Captioned Movies

I very rarely go to movie theatres, mostly because Rear Window captioning isn't that great.  Foreign movies, with subtitles, are much easier to view, but I don't always have the time to search for where these are being shown.

In a recent conversation with a friend, she mentioned that open captioned films are readily available in the theatres in Bellingham.  Movies have been much more accessible for the Deaf in the United States, but it had never occurred to me to head south for a night at the movies. 

Wondering what open captioned films are playing at Bellis Fair theatre, or further south of Bellingham?  Check out www.captionfish.com .  Type in the region where you would like to see a film, and captionfish will provide you with the listings and playing times.

Captionfish was created in 2009 by three Deaf individuals... learn more at www.captionfish.com/about .  Scroll down to the bottom of the page to read more.

Next time your Deaf child wants to watch a fully accessible movie, the lastest Disney/Pixar release, for example, check out Captionfish, pack up the car, and take a day trip south.  A little more expensive than a usual trip to the movie theatre, but well worth it!

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