The feature film CODA on Apple TV+ has won an Oscar for Best Picture. This makes Apple TV+ the first streaming service ever to win an Academy Award for an in-house production.
According to Apple, the film cost $25 million to make. The philosophy of Apple’s streaming service is to focus less on mass than on high-quality productions. This has now paid off in a very public way.
CODA stands for Child of Deaf Adults and describes the life of Ruby, the only one in her family who can hear. It’s a film that’s really worth seeing.