Trailer and Embedding
If you haven’t done so yet, check out our trailer on YouTube and Vimeo. We will upload the film on those two platforms, so you can check everything is working by embedding the trailer.
Vimeo allows people to download the video, but sadly does not support subtitles. We will upload different version languages on Vimeo, that can be downloaded for screenings as we go along. Check the Into the Fire channel to download the film with captions in your language. If you are on Vimeo, you can follow the channel to get notifications when new versions are uploaded.
YouTube supports captions, check out the trailer to see how it works. To select your language select the [CC] button in the play bar. YouTube will by default show the language the browser is set to. To make sure the captions are on when embedding the video, use this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1-Q2JZp3Tk&cc_load_policy=1
For more details and instructions on how to set a default language, see our help page.
Thanks to our amazing team of volunteers, we will release Into the Fire in nine language, with more in the pipeline. In addition to English, subtitles will be available in Albanian, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian and Spanish.
Join us for the Into the Fire Premiere
The premiere of Into the Fire will be hosted by the School of Oriental and African Studies.Habib Rahman of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants will join us for the screening and discussion afterwards, the event will be chaired by Sham Qayyum. Join the Facebook event.
Monday, 29th April, 6:30 pm @ Soas Main Building G2