Respawn's Oscar

Respawn Entertainment and Oculus celebrate the Oscar won at the 93rd Academy Awards by Colette, which was honored as Best Documentary Short. The video, directed by Anthony Giacchino, is featured in the virtual reality game Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, and it's available to stream by way of The Guardian. Here's more:
The documentary short follows Colette Marin-Catherine, one of the last living members of the French Resistance, as she returns to Germany for the first time in 74 years. Colette had refused to step foot in the country since the conclusion of World War II, but that changed when a young history student named Lucie entered her life and encouraged her to visit the concentration camp where the Nazis killed her brother. Colette received a festival and theatrical release ahead of the launch of Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, winning numerous awards, including OscarĀ®-qualifying wins at Big Sky Documentary Film Festival and St. Louis International Film Festival.

Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is now available for the Oculus Rift and Steam platforms and provides one of the deepest VR experiences available to date. Players will be immersed in an emotionally-driven single-player campaign, fully-realized multiplayer modes, a powerful retelling of history from veterans and heroes in the franchise's iconic Gallery and more. Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is an authentic and period-accurate experience which sheds light on the history of World War II blending film and games in a revolutionary take on interactive entertainment.