At the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony over the weekend, the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject went to a 25-minute documentary called “Colette.” The unusual thing about this particular short documentary is that it was actually made for a video
This year’s Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) has gone to Colette, a 25-minute film released as part of Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond.
It’s the first Academy Award win for part of a video game, as well
Facebook just won its first Oscar.
“Colette,” from the social giant’s Oculus VR group and EA’s Respawn Entertainment, picked up the trophy for documentary short subject Sunday at the 93rd Academy Awards. The 24-minute film follows former French Resistance member
Facebook is officially in the running for an Academy Award.
The social giant’s Oculus virtual-reality group, together with EA’s Respawn Entertainment, co-produced “Colette,” a documentary short created as part of VR video game “Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond.” On
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