Hideo Kojima Documentary Tribeca

Hideo Kojima Documentary Set to Premiere at Tribeca Festival

A documentary about Hideo Kojima will be screened as part of the Tribeca Festival. Hideo Kojima – Connecting Worlds examines Kojima’s creative process and the launch of Kojima Productions as an independent studio. The screening will also be accompanied by an extended Q&A session with Kojima himself. The screening is set to take place on June 17, 2023 at the Indeed Theater at Spring Studios in New York City.

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The documentary will feature appearances from several Kojima collaborators, many of whom worked with him on Death Stranding. These include movie directors Guillermo del Toro and Nicholas Winding Refn, actor Norman Reedus, and synth-pop band Chvrches. There are also appearances from Mad Max director George Miller, indie musician Grimes, and music video director Woodkid. The documentary was directed by Glen Milner.

Tribeca Festival is a film festival held annually in New York City. Since 2021, it has included a category dedicated to video games, which is usually included on the schedule for Summer Games Fest. The Hideo Kojima documentary will be one of this year’s video game events, including a talk on The Expanse: A Telltale Series and a games selection including Goodbye Volcano High and Stray Gods.

Hideo Kojima – Connecting Worlds will debut at the Tribeca Festival on June 17, 2023. Death Stranding is out now for PS4, PS5 and PC, with a sequel on the way.

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