Descriptive Video

There are 300 million people in the world with some type of disability. A majority of those are vision impared. This is an untapped market of people to view your film.
We at Tournadeau want to help with this and make your film accessible.

If you have submitted your film to the Tournadeau Music and Film Festival we are going to create a descriptive video audio track for you to add to your film if you wish. There wil be no charge for this it is a free service provided by Tournadeau. In the future it may cost money for this to be done but it is in an experitmental phase.

What Is Descriptive Video?

Descriptive Video Service does more to help visually disabled individuals to understand what is happening on the screen in movies and television shows by providing narration.
Descriptive Video Service is also known simply as Descriptive Video
uses professional narrators and script writers, Descriptive Video Service researches what is going on in a video broadcast, in order to generate narratives that can help blind or visually impaired people to understand more about the video in question. Descriptive Video Service narratives can describe things like the clothes that actors and actresses are wearing, as well as gestures and facial expressions. Some narratives also describe things like scene changes, or read text that appears on screen.
In the past, the Descriptive Video Service, which is supplied by the Media Access Group, was restricted to a broadcaster’s local service area. However, modern telecommunication services bring Descriptive Video Service to larger audiences. This type of service is widely available for many American movies and television shows.