CODA wins Best Film at the 2022 Oscars, sends Apple TV+ out of Netflix
Thai Rath Scoop
March 28, 2022 3:54 p.m.
CODA has won Best Picture at the 94th Academy Awards at the 94th Academy Awards, and the happiest one is Apple CEO Tim Cook. Inc. (Apple Inc.), which is willing to pay 825 million baht to bring this movie to Apple TV+ and is considered to be a force to surpass Netflix in the streaming field as well.
Following the 2022 Oscars, Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted congratulating CODA's production team for winning Best Picture.
At the 94th Academy Awards, the team praised the CODA Academy Award-winning filmmakers for creating a profound and beautiful story.
CODA or Thai name is Koda, the heart is not without sound.
It tells the story of high school girl Ruby Rossi (played by Emilia Jones) who was born and raised in a silent family.
that both parents
and deaf brother
Despite the duty to take care of everyone in the family
But Ruby also tried to follow her dream of singing when she had the opportunity to receive a scholarship from the Berkeley Institute.
Ruby has to make a decision while pursuing her dreams.
with taking care of her silent family who were struggling financially.
It is a narrative of duties and responsibilities.
with dreams perfectly and deeply
The story of a young girl with family responsibilities.
with a dream that must be reached (Image: Apple TV+)
Previously, Apple paid $25 million, or about 825 million baht (the exchange rate of 33 baht per US dollar as of March 28, 2022) to buy CODA licenses to be shown through a subscription-based streaming platform. Apple TV+ subscriber last August
CODA team day with three Oscars (Image:Getty Images)
Considered quite worth it because in addition to CODA won the best film award.
At the 94th Academy Awards in 2022, there are two more awards from the film.
was Best Adapted Screenplay by Sian Hader and Best Supporting Actor went to Troy Kotzer as the father of a silent family.
It is the first movie to be released on a streaming platform.
and won a great movie award
Tim Cook admires and admires CODA for having previously invested in the rights to buy the story (Image: Getty Images)
Another important thing that makes Tim
Prison must be very happy.
Because streaming competitor Netflix also sent “The Power of the Dog” in the Best Picture category.
But the award went to CODA, while “The Power of the Dog” won Best Director by Jane Campion.