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Oscars 2023: Where To Watch The Nominated Movies

You have until Mar 13, 8am, to catch up. 
Oscars 2023: Where To Watch The Nominated Movies

The nominations for the 95th Annual Academy Awards are out and like any other year, we’ll be arguing over who should win, who got overlooked… and how long will the ceremony overrun? While we cheer for Everything Everywhere All at Once’s 11 nods, we’re disappointed that Tom Cruise is passed over for Best Actor? And where’s the love for Jordan Peele’s Nope?

For those hoping to kill it at the office’s Oscars pool, pay attention to the outcome of the Directors Guild Awards (Feb 17), Producers Guild Awards (Feb 25) and Screen Actors Guild Awards  (Feb 27) — these groups share the same voters as the Academy. Over the years, most of the guild awards recipients went on to win on Oscar night, that is if they are nominated in the first place (e.g. Top Gun: Maverick's Joseph Kosinski has a DGA Awards nod but is shunned by the Oscars).

Here’s a breakdown of the nominees you can catch in cinemas as well as online. You have about eight weeks to watch as many as you humanly can, before the Big Day at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre on Mar 13. The event will be livestreamed on meWATCH and Channel 5 on Mar 13, 6.30am SGT (red carpet), and 8am (main show), with same-day encore at 5.30pm (red carpet) and 10.30pm (main show).

In cinemas

Aftersun (Best Actor); at The Projector

Avatar: The Way of Water (Best Picture, Production Design, Visual Effects, Sound)

Babylon (Best Production Design, Original Score, Costume Design)

The Banshees of Inisherin (Best Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Editing, Original Screenplay, Original Score); opens Jan 26

Empire of Light (Best Cinematography); opens Feb 23

EO (Best International Feature); opens Mar 2

The Fablemans (Best Picture, Director, Actress, Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay, Production Design, Original Score); opens Feb 9

Puss in Boots; The Last Wish (Best Animated Feature)

Tar (Best Picture, Director, Actress, Cinematography, Editing, Original Screenplay); opens Jan 26

Triangle of Sadness (Best Picture, Director, Original Screenplay); at The Projector


The Whale (Best Actor, Supporting Actress, Makeup and Hairstyling)

On Amazon Prime Video

Argentina, 1985 (Best International Feature)

On Apple TV+

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse (Best Animated Short)

Causeway (Best Supporting Actor)

On Disney+

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Best Supporting Actress, Visual Effects, Original Song); from Feb 1

Fire of Love (Best Documentary Feature)

Turning Red (Best Animated Feature)


The Batman (Best Visual Effects, Sound, Makeup and Hairstyling)

Everything Everywhere All at Once (Best Picture, Director, Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Editing, Original Screenplay, Original Song, Original Score, Costume Design)

Elvis (Best Picture, Actor, Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Sound, Makeup and Hairstyling, Costume Design)

Nalvalny (Best Documentary Feature)

Top Gun: Maverick (Best Picture, Editing, Adapted Screenplay, Visual Effects, Original Song)

On Netflix

All Quiet on the Western Front (Best Picture, Cinematography, Adapted Screenplay, Production Design, International Feature, Visual Effects, Original Score, Sound, Makeup and Hairstyling)

Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths (Best Cinematography)

Blonde (Best Best Actress)

The Elephant Whisperers (Best Documentary Short)

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Best Adapted Screenplay)

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio (Best Animated Feature)

The Martha Mitchell Effect (Best Documentary Short)

RRR (Best Original Song)

The Sea Beast (Best Animated Feature)


Haulout (Best Documentary Short); on NewYorker.com

Stranger at the Gate (Best Documentary Short); on strangeratthegate.com


Mrs Harris Goes to Paris (Best Costume Design); for rent on iTunes (from Feb 20) and Google Play

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