CODA Gets US And UK Theatrical Release With Subtitles After Oscar Win


If the Oscar-winning film CODA wasn’t already breaking stereotypes, it will continue to do so with its theatrical re-release.

After the Apple TV+ movie made history at the Oscars, the Best Picture winner is coming to theaters — this time with subtitles.

Last Friday (April 1), CODA began screening in 600 theaters across the United States with open subtitles, making it an accessible movie for anyone who wants to watch it.

Apple has announced that it will have a “limited run” in UK cinemas from this Friday (April 8), also with open subtitles.


Related: Oscar Winner CODA get a musical adaptation

Viewers also have the option to stay home as the Siân Heder-directed drama is still available on Apple TV+.

The film follows 17-year-old Ruby, the only hearing person in a deaf family in Gloucester, Massachusetts, as she discovers she has a talent for singing when she joins her high school choir.

It was released in late 2021 and was subsequently nominated for three Oscars and won Best Picture at the Oscars.

He got Apple TV+ his first Oscar-winning movie — the first for any streaming service, to be precise.

troy kotsur, oscar for best actor in a supporting role

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Related: How to watch CODA at home

But even before this achievement, the film was breaking records. It’s only the third time in history that two films have been directed by women – the other being power of the dog by Jane Campion – were in the running for Best Picture.

CODA was also considered groundbreaking for casting d/Deaf actors to play his d/Deaf characters – a rarity in Hollywood.

Troy Kotsur, who plays Frank Rossi in the film, also won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

And as if that weren’t enough, as audiences return to the theaters to enjoy the film once again, they can rest assured that this won’t be the last time they see Ruby and her family.

CODA is also being made into a musical in collaboration with the Deaf West Theatre.

CODA is available to watch now on Apple TV+.

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