‘Hideo Kojima: Connecting Worlds’ Now Available to Stream


The Death Stranding documentary from Kojima Productions, Hideo Kojima: Connecting Worlds, is now available to stream on varying platforms depending on region. The documentary film is available to watch on the following platforms:

  • Disney+ – Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Balkans EU (Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia), Non-EU (Albania, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia), UK, Ireland, Gibraltar
  • Hulu – United States
  • Hotstar – South Africa, Philippines

Get a rare insight into Hideo Kojima’s creative process as he launches his independent studio and creates a game that will change the face of interactive storytelling, Death Stranding. The documentary film is directed by Glen Milner and produced by Ben Hilton for Filmworks, London. The visually captivating documentary features contributions from visionary artists such as George Miller, Guillermo del Toro, Nicholas Winding Refn, Grimes, Norman Reedus, Woodkid, Chvrches, and many others as it explores the potential of video games as an art form.

“Our film is a celebration of Death Stranding and video games as an art-form,” said Milner, Director at Filmworks. “We really wanted to capture Kojima-san’s thought process and philosophy behind the game as much as anything. How cultural influences and life experiences play a key role in the themes of his work and his creative outlook, not only for Death Stranding, but also for his own studio.”  

The Death Stranding sequel is currently in development and released an announcement trailer at the January PlayStation State of Play as well as receiving an official title — Death Stranding 2: On the Beach. In addition to the game, a film adaptation is currently in the works as well, pairing Kojima Productions with the visionary studio behind movies like Hereditary and Everything Everywhere All At Once, A24.

Outside of the Death Stranding franchise, Kojima Productions is also working on two new games, OD and Physint (working title). For additional details on those new titles, check out the recently released return of HideoTube.

Hannah’s a lifelong nerd, but has been with the team since May 2021. Her life is easily classified by two abbreviations - BBG3 and ABG3 (before Baldur’s Gate 3 and after Baldur’s Gate 3). Especially nerdy about: video games, folklore, Star Wars, D&D, Spider-Man, and horror (all of it). Based in Denver, CO.

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