Transcriptions for award-winning ‘Fleabag’

Mar 18 2020 VITAC
Image of Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge with running mascara through tears with the title 'Fleabag' in white letter below.
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Two Brothers Pictures commissioned Take 1, now VITAC, to provide post-production scripts for the first series of “Fleabag.” The scripts were part of the broadcast deliverable package for BBC Three and Amazon and included time-coded transcription of dialogue (both voice over and sync) and logging of onscreen captions and credits.          

“Fleabag” was created and written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge who is also the star of the series. The comedy-drama premiered on BBC Three in July 2016 and has won multiple awards, including six Emmys and two Golden Globes.

Two Brothers Pictures was founded by BAFTA and Golden Globe nominated writer and producers Harry and Jack Williams in 2014 and joined the All3Media Group in 2017. In addition to “Fleabag,” the London-based production company’s credits include “Liar” for ITV, “Baptiste” for BBC One, “The Widow” for ITV, and Amazon and ITV’s “Cheat.”