Hideo Kojima: Connecting Worlds trailer released

The documentary is set to have its world premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
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The first trailer for Hideo Kojima: Connecting Worlds, a documentary film by Kojima Productions about game creator Hideo Kojima, is set to have its world premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.

The documentary is produced by Ben Hilton and directed and filmed by Glen Milner at Filmworks. It embarks on a journey into the creative mind of the most iconic video game creator in the world Hideo Jojima, widely regarded as the first auteur of video games. The documentary gives a rare insight into Hideo Kojima’s creative process as he launches his own independent studio. It also features contributions from visionary artists such as Guillermo del Toro, Nicholas Winding Refn, Grimes, George Miller, Norman Reedus, Woodkid, Chvrches, and many others.

The documentary will premiere at Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday, June 17th, 2023, at 5 PM. Hideo Kojima will also take the stage at the premiere to share details about the documentary and hold a Q&A session with attendees. Founded by actor Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal, and Craig Hatkoff in 2001, the Tribeca Film Festival has become one of the most popular independent film festivals in the United States.

Kojima talks about Death Stranding movie and the upcoming new game

Legendary game director Hideo Kojima shared new information in an interview with IGN, about his upcoming Death Stranding sequel and movie, along with his brand new IP, which was also announced in June.

During the interview, Kojima talked about his approach to the Death Stranding movie. “My intention from the start was never to make a blockbuster film,” said Kojima and continued, “I’m aiming for a more arthouse approach, and the only person who offered to make a film like that was Alex Lebovici, which makes me think he’s a rather unusual type.”

Kojima also talked about his upcoming brand-new IP, which is yet to be named, and how he decided to partner with Microsoft.

“The project required infrastructure that was never needed before, so I discussed it with lots of different big companies and gave presentations, but they really seemed to think that I was mad. It was ultimately Microsoft who showed that they understood, and now we’re working together on the project, including the technology front.”

When Kojima made the announcement back in June, Kojima described his new game as“a brand-new experience like you’ve never seen before.”

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