Apple original ‘CODA’ will be the first ever feature film to include burned in subtitles in all theaters
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Apple original ‘CODA’ will be the first ever feature film to include burned in subtitles in all theaters

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Apple is believed to be making history with the theatrical release of its Apple TV+ original film CODA. In all UK and US cinemas, the movie will be shown with accessible-to-all ‘open’ subtitles — that is, burned into the video with no need for special equipment to see them.

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