The short documentary Colette won an Oscar last night, a first in the video game industry, and he’s taken an unusual path to get there. The film was originally produced by Oculus Studios and EA’s Respawn Entertainment as part of the VR first-person shooter. Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond. In agreement with Medal of honorPrecision Historical Objectives, players can unlock short “Gallery” movies (in normal 2D format) about WWII veterans as they progress through the game. a 24-minute play about Colette Marin-Catherine.
Directed by Anthony Giacchino, the film tells the story of Colette, now 90 years old and one of the last French resistance fighters. After the war, she refused to set foot in Germany, but was finally persuaded to do so by a young history student, Lucie Fouble. Once there, she visits the Nazi concentration camp where her brother, Jean-Pierre, was killed.
After being acquired and distributed by The Guardian, Colette won the award for best short film at the Big Sky Festival, making him eligible for an Oscar. After taking the statue, this is not only the first Oscar related to the video game industry, but the first for The GuardianDocumentaries Division.
“The real hero here is Colette herself, who has shared her story with integrity and strength,” Oculus Studios production manager Mike Doran said in a statement. “As seen in the film, resistance takes courage, but facing your past can take even more. Allowing us to preserve this pilgrimage for future generations was a true act of bravery and trust. “You can watch it here.
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