Accessible filmmaking, a new model that proposes the integration of translation and accessibility into the filmmaking process through collaboration between filmmakers and translators, is leading to increasingly creative examples of media accessibility. In this article, the author puts forward a definition of creative media accessibility and illustrates it with examples of current professional practice. Situated at the crossroads between creation and translation, these practices point to a new way to approach audiovisual translation and, more importantly, filmmaking itself.

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