In 2018, Kobe Bryant became the first professional athlete and NBA player to be nominated for and to win an Academy Award; winning in the category of Best Animated Short Film for "Dear Basketball".
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Dear Basketball is a 2017 American animated film written and narrated by Kobe Bryant and directed and animated by Glen Keane, with music by John Williams. The film is based on a letter Bryant wrote for The Players' Tribune on November 29, 2015, announcing his retirement from basketball. It was distributed online through go90. The animation, which carries the same name as Kobe's retirement letter, was made in partnership between Bryant's own Granity Studios and Believe Entertainment Group. The sh
The most notable achievement of Kobe Bryant’s tragically brief post-basketball life was Dear Basketball, 2017 animated short that won him an Oscar. Here’s how to watch it online. You can watch ...
The original video appears to have been taken down. In the wake of Kobe Bryant’s tragic passing, his studio has released his short film, “Dear Basketball,” to be viewed for free online. The Oscar-winning short, made by Granity Studios, is available for viewing on dearbasketball.com and Vimeo.
This was made for our school film festival and film class. But Jason and I have known and watched kobe our whole childhood. So we decided to make a film base...
Kobe Bryant won an Oscar for best animated short film for Dear Basketball in 2018. Photograph: Paul Buck/EPA. Kobe Bryant won an Oscar for best animated short film for Dear Basketball in 2018 ...
Kobe Bryant became the first athlete to win an Academy Award. He earned the honor for his short film, “Dear Basketball,” which was based on his retirement letter and poem.
You can stream Kobe Bryant’s Oscar-winning film Dear Basketball for free on Vimeo. In fact, that is the sole location to stream the short animated film, produced and narrated by Kobe Bryant.
Rest in peace Kobe 🙏💔~Mamba Out~