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Looking for a BSL interpreter (PAID)

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Hi there,

I'm new to the forum and wanted to ask for recommendations, please. I'm a producer and I'm looking for a company/agency/group of people who are able to deliver:

- BSL interpretation for three videos (25 mins, 25 mins, and 35 mins respectively)

- Filmed against greenscreen

- Files either supplied or edited onto our video files

It is vital that the interpretation is accurate as these videos are being used as medical resources for hospital patients (prenatal and antenatal specifically). This is of course paid.

While we are in conversation with some suppliers, I'd very much appreciate any recommendations or suggestions from this community.

 

Thanks very much for your help.

Donna

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