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Accessible Media Content

Whether you want to make your online webinar more accessible through captioning or create a compelling promotional video, our team of filmmakers and editors is ready to work with you.

Our team of aspiring and professional filmmakers creates video content that is accessible to as many audiences as possible. Our filmmakers have experience writing, producing, and editing creative and instructional content. If you’re creating content with disability community members in mind, partner with an organization whose creators have lived experience.

We help clients with:
  • Closed or Open Captioning
    (1–60 minutes: $4/minute; 61 minutes & up: $3/min)

  • Video Editing

  • Audio Description for Blind and Low-Vision Audiences

  • Onsite Film Production

Pricing is project-based. Contact us for a quote today!
Our award-winning film production



about the film

In the summer of 2017, more than a dozen teens and young adults with autism, in partnership with the Evolve team and film industry professionals, collectively wrote the script for Parallels, a short film about the special relationship between a young teenager on the autism spectrum and his brother.


“A lot of things about Parallels make me proud, but I am most proud of being an autistic person and representing a person with autism in our film,” said Joe Hnath, the 18-year-old actor playing the role of the autistic brother, Rick, in the film. “I have a brother in real life, so this experience has reminded me of my own family and it has inspired me to look into producing, directing, and acting as a career.” 

The production of Parallels offered a unique opportunity for the participants to pursue their love of filmmaking while gaining professional skills that are transferable to any work environment. 


“For me, it was very important to show people the real experiences that people with autism have that others may not think about,” said Jared Braun, the 21-year-old director of Parallels

Watch the official trailer below or view the full film on Vimeo.
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