“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.

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.

“Interpreters in zones of conflict are treated like outcasts”

Left defenceless, facing persecution and death. Eduardo Kahane, member of the International Association of Conference Interpreters, recently spoke to Cultures Connection, explaining the difficulties interpreters have when working in zones of conflict.

Nadine Gassie: Stephen King, a family affair

In this interview, our literary translation specialist, Nadine Gassie, tells us her story, the way she approaches Stephen King novels and her future plans.

“There are few publishers that look after their translators”

How does journalistic translation work in a period of crisis for the sector? Cultures Connection discussed the issue with the Argentinian translator Gustavo Recalde, who has worked on the adaptation of articles into Spanish for Le Monde Diplomatique Cono Sur since 2002.

Mathilde Ramadier: at the forefront of Panama Papers

In this interview, Mathilde Ramadier, explains how she translated one of the most significant enquiries in investigative journalism, the Panama Papers.

“Translation is more than just shifting from one language to another”

To celebrate ‘International Translation Day’, Cultures Connection chatted with Marita Propato, translator and President of the Argentine Association of Translators and Interpreters, about the evolution of translation and interpreting services and, more precisely, indigenous languages and Argentina.

Marie-Agnès Latourte: When training and business intersect

In this interview, Marie-Agnès Latourte teacher at ISIT discusses translation training which seems to meet the expectations of both students and businesses.