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Where To Watch The 2021 Oscar-Nominated Movies

Many of this year’s Oscar nominees are already available on streaming services.

Where To Watch The 2021 Oscar-Nominated Movies

How many of this year’s Oscar-nominated films have you seen so far? If you’re planning to catch up on them this weekend, we’ve put together a list of where you can watch them. Some of the contenders are in (or coming to) the cinemas, while others a lot of them are available on streaming services (hello, Netflix!).

The 93rd Academy Awards will be held on Apr 25 (Sun), or the morning of Apr 26 (in Singapore time). The virtual ceremony will take place at LA’s Union Station and the Dolby Theatre.

The Oscars will be simulcast live on meWATCH and Channel 5 on Monday (Apr 26), 6.30am (SGT), with the Red Carpet coverage (same-day encore on Channel 5, 6pm), followed by the main show at 8am (same-day encore on Channel 5,10.30pm). An ‘international version’ will air on May 1 (Sat), Channel 5, 11.30am. The show will be available for catch up on meWATCH till May 19.

In cinemas

Minari (Best Picture; Director; Actor; Supporting Actress; Original Screenplay; Original Score) — now showing

Nomadland (Best Picture; Director; Actress; Cinematography; Adapted Screenplay; Film Editing) now showing; coming to Disney+ on Apr 30

Promising Young Woman (Best Picture; Director; Actress; Original Screenplay; Film Editing) now showing

Sound of Metal (Best Picture; Actor; Supporting Actor; Original Screenplay; Sound; Film Editing) — opens Apr 1 (exclusive at The Projector); it's also on VOD on Singtel TV and iTunes

Judas and the Black Messiah (Best Picture; Supporting Actor; Original Song; Original Screenplay; Cinematography) — opens Apr 8 (exclusive at The Projector)

The Father (Best Picture; Actor; Actress; Adapted Screenplay; Production Design; Filming Editing — opens Apr 15

On Netflix

Crip Camp (Best Documentary Feature)

Da 5 Blood (Best Original Score)

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (Best Song)

Hillbilly Elegy (Best Supporting Actress; Makeup and Hairstyling)

If Anything Happens I Love You (Best Animated Short)

The Life Ahead (Best Original Song)

Love and Monsters (Best Visual Effects) – streaming from Apr 14

A Love Song for Latasha (Best Documentary Short Subject)

Mank (Best Picture; Director; Actor; Supporting Actress; Sound; Production Design; Original Score; Makeup and Hairstyling; Costume Design; Cinematography)

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Best Actor; Best Actress; Production Design; Costume Design; Makeup and Hairstyling)

The Midnight Sky (Best Visual Effects)

News of the World (Best Production Design; Cinematography; Sound, Original Score)

My Octopus Teacher (Best Documentary Feature)

Over the Moon (Best Animated Feature)

Pieces of a Woman (Best Actress)

The Trial of the Chicago 7 (Best Picture; Supporting Actor; Original Screenplay; Film Editing; Cinematography; Original Song)

The White Tiger (Best Adapted Screenplay)

Two Distant Strangers (Best Live-Action Short Film)

On Disney+

Burrow (Best Animated Short)

Mulan (Best Costume Design; Visual Effects)

The One and Only Ivan (Best Visual Effects)

Onward (Best Animated Feature)

Soul (Best Animated Feature; Original Score; Sound)

On Amazon Prime Video

Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm (Best Supporting Actress; Adapted Screenplay)

One Night in Miami (Best Supporting Actor; Adapted Screenplay; Original Song)

On Apple TV+

Greyhound (Best Sound)

Wolfwalkers (Best Animated Feature)


Emma. (Best Costume Design; Makeup and Hairstyling) (also on iTunes.)

On iTunes & Google Play

Better Days (Best International Feature Film)

Tenet (Best Production Design; Visual Effects)

On YouTube

Collette (Best Documentary Short Subject) A Concerto is a Conversation (Best Documentary Short Subject) Do Not Split (Best Documentary Short Subject)

Photos: Disney, TPG News/Click Photos



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