Apple TV+’s coming-of-age film CODA will get its first trailer

Emilia Jones in Coda
Coming to Apple TV+ on August 13.
Photograph: Apple TV+

Apple Studios has debuted the trailer for CODA, a film which swept the 2021 Sundance Movie Competition — capturing its Particular Jury Award for Ensemble Forged, Directing Award, Viewers Award, and Grand Jury Prize.

A coming-of-age drama starring Emilia Jones and former Oscar winner Marlee Matlin (Kids of a Lesser God), the film is a few teenaged lady torn between following her musical goals and staying with deaf household who depend on her. The title is an acronym standing for “Youngster of Deaf Adults.”

Try the trailer beneath.

What it is advisable find out about CODA

CODA was each written and directed by Siân Heder, who beforehand labored as a author on Orange Is the New Black and an episode of Apple TV+’s Little America. Talking about CODA, Heder beforehand mentioned that:

“I’ve been so moved by the outpouring of response to the movie and am so excited to have discovered a accomplice in Apple that loves and deeply will get this film, the spirit by which it was created and is dedicated to having this movie attain the widest viewers doable in a considerate and significant approach.”

Apple paid $25 million for the rights to the film after Sundance. This wasn’t the one massive film Apple snapped up on the pageant: It additionally purchased the rights to the Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua runaway slave drama Emancipation.

CODA debuts on Apple TV+ on August 13. It should additionally get a restricted theatrical run to make it eligible for awards just like the Oscars. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a important rating of 95% primarily based on 100 evaluations. The important consensus reads: “CODA‘s story affords few surprises, however Emilia Jones’ sensible lead efficiency brings this coming-of-age story vividly to life.”

That is simply the most recent in a string of flicks Apple has debuted on its streaming service. Apple’s purpose is reportedly to have 10-12 films debut on Apple TV+ annually.

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