“CODA” is taking to the stage after the run of its historic awards. The musical transformation of Sian Heder’s second feature into works from filmmakers, Vendôme Pictures and Pathé, in collaboration with LA-based company Deaf West Theater, for Deadline. Deaf West Theater is known for its combination of sign language and English to produce honored performances such as the Tony Award winning ‘Big River’ (2004) and the Tony-nominated ‘Spring Awakening’. ‘(2016). “
Details about the stadium, including its teams and development teams, have not been released and have not been available for a while.
Written and directed by Heder, “CODA” tells the story of a song that is the only heard member of his deaf family.
“In the film there is a scene where deaf members of the Rossi family, standing with an inaccessible school work, take Ruby’s music through to the delight of the others. It’s a moment this is supposed to bring the whole story back by bringing back members of the deaf community and using music through our life -changing and singing version of the film, ”said DJ Kurs, Artistic Director of Deaf West. Keaka. He added, “It is in the mission of our group to be a bridge of knowledge between the deaf and the hearing community and we are truly thrilled and grateful to be able to begin this life story together. measuring both sides of the road and talking about the ways in which we move around the world. “
“CODA” made its world debut at the 2021 edition of the Sundance Film Festival, which made history as the first film to win the top U.S. Dramatic Prizes. It received a $ 25 million loan from Apple from the fest. The story garnered next year after being honored this season, with top honors at the PGA Awards, the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures. It made history as the first film with a lot of knees cast on SAG’s Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture category.
The film is nominated for three Oscars: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay (Heder), and Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role (Troy Kotsur). Kotsur is making history as the first deaf player selected in his field. She has won honors at SAG, BAFTA, and Critics Choice Awards for her work.