We believe in barrier-free media

We're dedicated to advocacy and education within the media-making community by highlighting the importance of captions, description, and accessible events.


We work directly with your staff, board, or department to help you design strategies for organizational growth related to accessibility practices

We work directly with filmmakers and producers to ensure that captions are accurate and true to a film's intentions, meeting highest quality captioning standards

We bring the visual world of your film or video to life with concise, vivid audio descriptions for audiences who are blind or have low vision

We serve as your Access Coordinator, connecting you to the best local service providers, including audio describers, sign language interpreters, real-time transcribers, and more

Make it easier for educators and activists to use your film in their classroom or community, by creating engaging discussion guides, standards-aligned lesson plans, and rich resources

Latest Project

Access Reframed | Expanding Access with Captions. Learn from d/Deaf filmmakers and captioning experts about how to expand media accessibility. This three-part conversation is for professionals who would like to develop more accessible media for their marketing and outreach campaigns. Participants will be introduced to the benefits of captioning, and learn best practices for how to create quality captions.

Event Date: Friday, November 5, 2021 1-4pm CST (virtual event)

RSVP Link: https://bit.ly/expanding-access-with-captions

This program is supported by The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), and presented by All Senses Go, Full Spectrum Features, BACKBONES, and LaGrish.

Let's work together!

Whether you have a specific project in mind or just want to start a discussion, we look forward to hearing from you. And if you are interested in joining our network of partners, this is a great place to start that conversation as well.

Email us at [email protected] and we will respond to you promptly.