Facebook was nominated for an Academy Award for the first time
Facebook was nominated for an Academy Award for the first time

Facebook officially names the Academy Award for Best Short Documentary Film. The film, titled Colette, and directed and directed by Emmy Award-winning director Anthony Giacchino, is produced by EA's Oculus Studios and Respawn Entertainment and distributed by EA. the guard.

This movie is part of the virtual reality game "Medal of Honor: Beyond".

Colette de 24 Minoton tells the story of Colette Marine Catherine, 90, one of the last survivors of the French Resistance. She visited a Nazi concentration camp in Germany. Faced with his past where his brother was murdered.

Catherine went to Germany for the first time in 74 years, but she always refused to set foot in Germany, but was inspired by a young history student, researched the camp and came back to life, convincing her to attend the Mittelbau-Dora Concentration. A camp where the Nazis killed his brother.

The film traces Katherine and a young history student to the ruins of a forced labor camp near Nordhausen. This journey of discovery reopens the scars and lessons of the past.

Colette was nominated as one of five films nominated for Documentary 93 for an Academy Award. The 2021 Academy Awards winners will be announced Sunday, April 25.

Medal of Honor identified by World War II: Transcendence connects video game events and history through gameplay and several short films (including Colette, which focus on veteran stories).

In the game, the player takes on the role of an allied OSS agent, who is responsible for infiltrating and defeating the Nazi war machine.

Medal of Honor: "Beyond" is headed by Respawn Entertainment's Creative Director (Peter Hirschmann). Peter Hirschman served as Executive Producer and Vice President of Product Development at LucasArts and was responsible for the development of the "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" games.

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