I do not know of a dedicated subtitle site with more subtitles available than opensubtitles.
Old website, opensubtitles.org:
New website opensubtitles.com:
My favorite methods are SMPlayer in Linux, MPC-HC in Windows, and VLC anywhere.
In SMPlayer: Subtitles – Find subtitles.
In MPC: “File -> Subtitle database -> Download” option
Clicking “Show config” you can then set the language for the subtitles you need (you can also set that to “all”)
Sur la télévision hexagonale certaines films ont l’option “audio description” faite pour les personnes sourdes ou mal entendantes.
En plus des dialogues, une description sommaire de la bande sonore s’affiche dans une typographie différente.
You can find subtitles on website such as this one :
You will find subtitles for movies, TV series, …
Don’t forget to use language filter to avoid subtitles in other languages.
Actually, about anything that airs on French TV has captions for the deaf and hard of hearing, by law. However, I’ve never seen them available for download anywhere. To make matters worse, French DVDs practically never offer French subtitles.
The few French subtitles you’ll find online are generally of poor quality and don’t match the text very well. The only exception I’ve found is the TV show Braquo, which has excellent French subtitles.
Almost recent (last 4-5 years) French TV shows have French sub-titles for the deaf. If you buy the DVDs from amazon.fr, they usually have an option for French sub-titles. For example, the excellent crime show Engrenages has them starting with Saison 2. The excellent science/history series C’est Pas Sorcier also has good sub-titles on the DVDs. I like this series because the vocabulary is kept reasonably simple (targeted to grade-school kids) and the actors enunciate clearly. Many DVDs from amazon.fr for American TV shows like NCIS or Crimnal Minds have both French audio tracks and also French subtitles (as well as both in English, generally.). I find these good to learn from – better than movies – because the dialogue is usually relatively simple. You can also get print-outs of the sub-titles in both French and English from addic7ed.com or Opensubtitles.com. These typically do not correspond word-for-word with the French audio but are close and generally are reasonably good translations. The shipping costs to the US from amazon.fr are reasonable, and they usually get here in 10 days-2 weeks. Of course, you need a DVD player that can play Region 2 DVDs. A good one is http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004QIPKNY/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1.
In the UK Sky TV broadcast TV5 Monde. A good proportion of the content has subtitles usually in French but most of the Films and TV series have both French and English subtitles. You select between them by setting your language preference to either French or English in the options menu. Look for an “s” in the programme captions when you scroll through TV5 content. You can record these programmes on SKY and the subtitles are preserved.
there you can find them…