Dying to Live

…is an important feature documentary that delves into the powerfully complex and emotionally-charged world of organ transplantation, through the suspenseful journeys of those awaiting a life-saving transplant and the touching stories of donor families who have given the ultimate gift.

“A special thanks to Michelle Kwan and Access Media for the fantastic captioning and audio description services provided for Dying to Live – they’re always patient with us filmmakers – very helpful and an all-round delight to work with!”

Ben McNeill – Producer

For screenings go to https://au.demand.film/dying-to-live/


Access Media provide Captions and Audio Description for “Guilty”.

“Guilty” – produced by Savage Films, is the final 72-hours in the life of Myuran Sukumaran, the Bali-9 convicted criminal who became an accomplished artist while in Kerobokan prison under the tutorship of artist Ben Quilty. Myuran was executed by Indonesian firing squad on Nusakambangan Island, 29 April 2015 alongside fellow Australian Andrew Chan and six others. Dramatic and archival material takes us into the final three days of Myuran Sukumaran’s life, as he farewells his family and creates his final paintings.

The producers are working towards screenings all around Australia on World Day Against the Death Penalty – 10th October 2018.




Sir John Monash Centre

“Michelle and her team at Access Media transcribed more than 2 and half hours of content in 3 different languages for the Sir John Monash Centre. Unlike most content though this all needed to be created and delivered in a custom format to work within the specially designed SJMC mobile app. Access media went above and beyond in assisting with the development and testing of this custom format to enable us to deliver real-time fully synchronized transcripts while all the time having their team quality check all of the translations for both tone and meaning”.

James Sutherland

WildBear Entertainment

More than 3.55 million Australians are deaf or hearing impaired

Are you producing important information for the general public but failing to reach all your audience?
Let’s look at some key facts…
More than 3.55 million Australians are deaf or hearing impaired. And over 575,000 Australians are blind or vision impaired with more than 70 per cent of those over the age of 65.
These people deserve to be informed in your communication strategy. And for government departments and agencies it is mandatory that online information be WCAG 2.0 AA compliant which means your online videos need to contain captions for deaf and hearing impaired and audio description for blind and vision impaired.
It is important that all Australians have the opportunity to read what they cannot hear and hear what they cannot see. Access Media makes it easy and cost effective for you to communicate with people with hearing or vision difficulties, or where your audience is from a different cultural or linguistic background.
Remember too, these people are a valued audience, customers and service users.