Los Angeles : CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) has bagged some of the top prizes right before the 94th Academy Awards, including the SAG Awards, (Screen Actors Guild), Critics Choice Awards, HCA (Hollywood Critics Association Film Awards), SBIFF (Santa Barbara International Film Festival), BAFTA (British Academy Film Television Awards), Independent Spirit Awards etc. Adding to its high number of accolades, the film can now also add its win at the Producers Guild Awards for winning one of its highest awards for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures while further making history by becoming the first ever streaming film to bag the award. The coming of age drama has so far earned three Oscar nominations and its ever increasing list of accolades is not just highly impressive, but also gives it a high chance of bagging an Oscar. The film represents the deaf community who has given the film an overly positive reaction for highlighting them in the mainstream of Hollywood for its more accurate depiction in comparison to previous efforts. Released on Apple TV+, the film is a remake of the French comedy drama La Famille Bélier , and is directed by Sian Heder starring Emilia Jones, Troy Kotsur, Daniel Durant, Marlee Matlin, Eugenio Derbez, Ferdia Walsh Peelo, Amy Forsyth and Kevin Chapman. Also another top prize at the PGA, that is the PGA Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Star Wars mastermind, legendary filmmaker and Lucasfilm founder George Lucas and its present leader Kathleen Kennedy. Lucas’s long-time collaborator and iconic Hollywood director Steven Spielberg presented the award to the duo.”My wish is you feel the impact he’s had on your life, and the lives of your kids and grandkids. And, yes George, we’re of an age now where the great-grandkids are watching ‘Star Wars’ for the first time,” Spielberg told the audience.