Respawn Leisure is perhaps the primary and solely studio to name itself “Oscar-winning”, after a brief WW2 movie it helped produce received Greatest Documentary (Brief Topic) on the Academy Awards this weekend.
Colette, a documentary joint-produced by Respawn and Oculus and freely distributed by The Guardian, follows one of many final surviving members of the French resistance as she returns to Germany for the primary time in 74 years, visiting the focus camp the place her brother was killed.
The documentary was produced as a part of a number of live-action, historic shorts created for the studio’s VR shooter, Medal Of Honor: Above And Past, and names Respawn CEO Vince Zampella as a co-producer. Naturally, the studio is fairly rattling satisfied to be the primary recreation studio to be awarded an Oscar win.
We’re over the moon about Colette’s Greatest Documentary (Brief Topic) #Oscars win tonight! From Vince, Peter, and all of us at Respawn, we’re humbled and honored. Thanks.And if you have not seen the movie, you may watch it without spending a dime right here: https://t.co/CxwNGWMOXvApril 26, 2021
We have been much less sizzling on Medal Of Honor: Above And Past itself, with reviewer Tyler Wild discovering an “inconsistent, typically boring digital actuality World Battle 2 journey”. Now that Respawn has established it may well produce Oscar profitable documentaries, we will solely hope it may well put these chops into financing a heartfelt flick a few wallrunning soldier and his large robotic boyfriend.