In film today intertitles are still utilized every once in awhile to distinguish various acts of a film or provide a poem, quotation, phrase, etc... Although with the development of sound on film their are still traces of this technique as a modern day artistic device. For example even though intertitles aren't used to narrate the film anymore they are used in Frasier as a gimmick, in BBC's drama Threads and lastly in Law & Order to give date and location; sometimes even more information. Intertitle/title card may be a term of the past but is still apparent in our media world today. Here is some more examples of intertitles...
"The Birth of a Nation" (1915)
"The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" (1920)
This is a slightly more stylistic intertitle/ title card.