CODA won the Academy Awards for best picture. The largely deaf film is the first deaf film to win the Oscars‚ but it wasn't considered a favorite to upset the winner. Despite slipping under the radar for the entire year‚ it was able to impress critics and win awards for best ensemble cast‚ screenplay and producer. In addition to winning the award‚ CODA also took home the audience award for Best Original Screenplay. In the best picture category‚ the streaming service won for the deaf family drama CODA. The movie started out as a low-profile underdog and gradually rose to become a feel-good favorite. Thanks to a deep-pocketed backer in Apple TV+‚ CODA won its first Oscar and won its first ever telecast. While there are a lot of deaf films in competition with other films‚ CODA was a standout among them. In a rare instance of a best picture award‚ CODA won the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor. The film's first-time best-picture win is a record-high for a deaf movie. This is the first time since the inaugural Sundance Film Festival was held in winter 2021 that a deaf movie has won the Oscars. The best-picture award went to CODA. The deaf family drama premiered in the virtual Sundance Film Festival in winter 2021. Although it started out as a longshot‚ CODA has gradually gained momentum as the feel-good movie of the year. Despite being a deaf-friendly film‚ CODA's deep-pocketed backer‚ Apple TV+‚ made the film possible. In the best-picture category‚ CODA is a deaf family drama. Its star is deaf. A deaf woman‚ who is a mother‚ tries to help her son cope with his hearing loss. The movie's starring deaf actors are praised for their sensitive portrayals of a child with disabilities. In the best-acting category‚ the film's acclaimed lead actor won the Best Supporting Actress award. In the best-picture category‚ CODA was named best picture. This deaf family drama first premiered at the virtual Sundance Film Festival in winter 2021. It had been an underdog‚ but eventually grew into a feel-good favorite. Its deep-pocketed backer‚ Apple TV+‚ was a major source of support for the movie. A deaf family drama premiered at the virtual Sundance Film Festival in early 2021. Initially a dark horse‚ CODA gradually grew into an unexpected feel-good movie. Its deep-pocket backer‚ Apple TV+‚ was the sole supporter. Despite its largely unknown status‚ it was able to win the best-picture Oscar. A deaf family drama from director Sian Heder won three Oscars on Sunday night‚ including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor.
It is the first deaf movie to win the Oscars for any category. Besides its adapted screenplay‚ CODA was also the first motion picture with a majority of Deaf cast. Troy Kotsur is the only Deaf actor to win Best Supporting Animated Film category‚ while his co-star Sian Heder won for the first time. Despite the deaf cast‚ CODA is a feel-good movie. While it may not be the most glamorous of movies‚ it is still a resounding success. The film won't win the best-picture prize‚ but it won for the best-actress award. It also won the award for best supporting actress. Interestingly‚ the film was the first non-disable movie to win an Academy Award‚ a first for an indie film. The award for best ensemble cast carries more weight than the other awards categories‚ and a deaf actor has the edge in this category. It also won the Best Adapted Screenplay award and Best Supporting Actor for its deaf cast. The acclaimed adolescent comedy‚ which stars a young girl with autism‚ won a total of three Oscars.