KODA is the first film from a streaming service to win Best Picture at the Oscars, a sign of the growing dominance of streamers like Apple, Netflix and Amazon at Hollywood’s most prestigious awards show. The Apple TV Plus film follows the struggles of Ruby Rossi (Emilia Jones), the only hearing member of a deaf family as she tries to explore life outside of her family. Apple acquired the rides to do so KODA for $25 million in a bidding war following its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last year.
In addition to winning the best picture, KODAis Troy Kotsur was awarded Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film, and writer-director Siân Heder also accepted the award for Best Adapted Screenplay. Kotsur is the first deaf actor to win an acting Oscar since 1986 KODA Co-star Marlee Matlin was recognized for her role in Best Actress children of a lesser god, diversity Remarks.
Streaming services have seen movies nominated for Best Picture on a number of occasions, but so far none have managed to win the coveted grand prize. Amazon was the first to secure a Best Picture nomination Manchester by the sea in 2017although it lost moonlight in the night itself.
Netflix has also seen several of its films nominated for Best Picture, including Roma, The Irishman, Marriage Story, Mank, The Trial of the Chicago 7, as well as Don’t look up and The power of the dog this year. It received the most nominations for this year’s Academy Awards, 27 in total, but only won in the Best Director category for Jane Campion The power of the dog.
Accordingly diversityfor which Apple reportedly spent over $10 million for its Oscars campaign KODA, which is more than his entire production budget. CEO Tim Cook hailed the news on Twitter, calling it a “deeply beautiful film” that “celebrates our differences.”
https://www.theverge.com/2022/3/28/22999481/apple-tv-plus-oscars-best-picture-coda-netflix-power-of-the-dog-dont-look-up Apple TV Plus is the first streaming service to win Best Picture at the Oscars