The film CODA, which triumphed at the Sundance Film Festival, has just received 9 nominations for the Hollywood Critics Association’s Film Awards. It should be remembered that Apple bought the broadcasting rights of this film worldwide once it was the winner of the Sundance contest, so she was not involved in any aspect of the production.
The movie CODA follows Ruby, a teenage daughter of deaf parents who interacts for them as is the only listener in the family. When Ruby discovers that she has a talent for singing, she has to decide whether to continue to be in charge of her family or to start studying to carve out a future in the world of music.
CODA was the first movie to feature embedded captions, so that all hearing impaired people would not have the need to configure their device to display captions.
The 9 nominations that the film CODA has received by the Hollywood Critics Association are:
- Best film
- Best Director – Sian Heder
- Best Actress – Emilia Jones
- Best Supporting Actress – Marlee Matlin
- Best Supporting Actor – Troy Kotsur
- Best cast
- Best Adapted Screenplay – Sian Heder
- Best Indie Film
- Best Original Song – “Beyond the Shore”
The award ceremony It will be held on January 8 in Hollywood, specifically downtown Avalon.
In addition to the awards he already won at the Sundance festival, recently has added two new awards, specifically two Gotham awards, as my partner informed you a few days ago.