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“The most important thing an interpreter needs to have is a sixth sense of how and what to research”

With the 72nd Cannes Film Festival underway, specialized interpreter Nadia Martín talks about how to work with films and international stars.

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Why translation of movie titles is a real brainteaser

In this article, learn more about translating movie titles, standard practices, and the challenges of the job.

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Nadège Gayon-Debonnet: The daily life of a translator specialized in video game localization

In this interview, Nadège Gayon-Debonnet talks to us about her daily life as a translator specialized in video game localization.

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The latest problems with series translation

The recent success of TV series has increased the amount of subtitling services opportunities but, at the same time, has also highlighted the new difficulties of maintaining their quality.

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The 20 worst translations of films in the world

We were talking in the article Movie titles translation: a real headache, about the fact that movie title translation is much more difficult than it looks. And when you say hard work, it sometimes means troubling results… We have selected 20 examples of translations that leave much to be desired just for you. 1. Knocked […]

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Julia Borsatto: Cinema, rights and languages

While she was more interested in writing scripts and especially dialogues, audiovisual translation gradually came to her. Today, this young woman of Italian-Spanish origin has made audiovisual translation her main business. From Mario Monicelli to Pier Paolo Pasolini, through Raoul Ruiz, but also “ The Young and the Restless”, she has dubbed and subtitled almost […]

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Didier Ruiller: Back and forth to subtitling

In this interview, Didier Ruiller, a subtitling specialist, discusses his passion for foreign cinema and his experience teaching at ISIT.

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A thousand and one pixels in video game localization

Video game localization is constantly evolving, but a question then arises: what is the future of localization in the ever-changing world of video games?