The audiovisual market is growing and generating cultural and economic wealth.
The audiovisual market is growing throughout the world, in consonance with the demand for cable TV, digital television and principally streaming services.
In Brazil, according to a study published by Ancine (National Cinema Agency), the Brazilian audiovisual industry was responsible for injecting R$ 24.5 billion into the economy in 2014, much higher than the R$ 8.7 billion in 2007, when taking the survey began.
Just last year, for example, 129 national films were produced. Still few in number, compared to the great audiovisual powerhouses such as the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, India or China. However, it is a record for Brazil, since we produced 114 films in 2014 and only 46 in 2005.
Besides the growth of the national audiovisual production, Brazil imported R$ 1.1 billion in licensing of foreign content rights.
A further factor contributing towards this expansion was the growth in the number of movie theaters throughout the country. In 2016, there were already 3,126 theaters, compared to 1,635 in 2002, also increasing the demand for subtitles, closed caption and other services related to translation.
Flash Traduções has always been a market reference. The result of this is that today, we are considered the 8th best translation bureau in Latin America. So we decided to bring all of our linguistic experience to the audiovisual localization service. We understand that each project is unique and that our experience can be fundamental for a production that is seeking interpretation, cultural knowledge, assertiveness and contextualization.
The constant investment in the training of a varied team of translators is one of our greatest differentials, since, in this way, we can count on the experience of a team that makes a point of understanding in detail the objective of each project.
Introducing yet another service into the Flash’s portfolio has been, above all, an immense pleasure and we are having the opportunity to stamp our hallmark of quality onto a market where concern for detail makes all the difference.