Where to see the films nominated for the 2022 Oscars?

Streaming, cinema, VOD? Here’s how to watch the main Oscar nominees.

The Oscars ceremony will take place on the night of Sunday March 27 to Monday March 28, between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. French time. It will reward the best films released since March 1, 2021. As the event approaches, here is the list of nominated films (and where to see them) in the following 7 categories: Best Film, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director , Best Foreign Language Film, Best Animated Film and Best Documentary Film.

And the nominees are…

  • The Power of the Dog, of Jane Campionavailable on netflixwith 12 nominations (including Best Picture, Best Direction and Best Actor for Benedict Cumberbatch).

  • Dunesby Denis Villeneuve, available in VOD and on DVD / Blu-raywith 10 nominations (including Best Picture).
  • Belfastby Kenneth Branagh, currently indoorswith 7 nominations (including best film and best direction).
  • West Side Storyby Steven Spielberg, available in DVDs / Blu-rayswith 7 nominations (including best film and best direction).
  • The Williams Methodby Reinaldo Marcus Green, available in DVD/Blu-ray April 6with 4 nominations (including Best Picture and Best Actor for Will Smith).
  • Dont’t Look Up – Cosmic Denialby Adam McKay, available at netflixwith 4 nominations (including Best Picture).
  • Nightmare Alley, by Guillermo del Toro, currently At the movie theater and available in DVD/Blu-ray May 25with 4 nominations (including Best Picture).

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  • Drive My Carby Ruysuke Yamaguchi, currently indoors, in DVDs / Blu-rays and in VOD on Apple TVwith 4 nominations (including best film and best direction).
  • Licorice Pizzaby Paul Thomas Anderson, currently At the movie theater, with 3 nominations (including best film and best direction).
  • Codaby Sian Heder, available on AppleTV+with 3 nominations (including Best Picture).
  • Fleeby Jonas Poher Rasmussen, in cinemas on June 15, with 3 nominations (best animated film, best foreign language film and best documentary).
  • Macbeth’s Tragedyby Joel Coen, available on AppleTV+with 3 nominations (including best actor for Denzel Washington).
  • Encanto: The Fantastic Madrigal Familyof Byron Howard, Jared Bush, and Charise Castro Smith, currently indoors and in DVD/Blu-ray April 1with 3 nominations (including best animated film)

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  • The Lost Daughterby Maggie Gyllenhaal, available on netflixwith 3 nominations (including Best Actress for Olivia Colman).
  • Tick, Tick… ​​Boom!by Lin Manuel Miranda, available at netflixwith 2 nominations (including best actor for Andrew Garfield).
  • Being the Ricardosby Aaron Sorkin, available on Prime Videonominated for the Oscars for Best Actor (Javier Bardem and Best Actress (Nicole Kidman).
  • In the eyes of Tammy Fayeby Michael Showalter, available on March 23 on Disney+with 2 nominations (including best actress for Jessica Chastain).
  • Madres Paralelasby Pedro Almodovar, currently At the movie theater and on DVD/Blu-ray April 6with 2 nominations (including best actress for Penélope Cruz).
  • Julie (in 12 chapters)by Joachim Trier, currently indoors, in DVDs / Blu-rays and available on VODwith 2 nominations (including Best Foreign Language Film).

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  • spencerby Pablo Larraín, available on Prime Videonominated for the Oscar for best actress (Kristen Stewart).
  • The school at the end of the worldby Pawo Choyning Dorji, in theaters May 11nominated in the Foreign Language Film category.
  • God’s hand, by Paolo Sorrentino, available on netflixnominated in the Foreign Language Film category.
  • Lukeby Enrico Casarosa, available on Disney+ and on VODnominated in the Best Animated Film category.
  • The Mitchells vs. the Machinesby Mike Rianda, available on netflix and on VODnominated in the Best Animated Film category.
  • Raya and the Last Dragonby Carlos López Estrada and Don Hall, available at Disney+ and on VODnominated in the Best Animated Film category.

  • Atticaby Stanley Nelson Jr. and Traci A. Curry, available on Prime Videonominated in the Best Documentary Film category.
  • The summer of Soul, by Ahmir Khalib Thompson, available on Disney+nominated in the Best Documentary Film category.
  • Ascentby Jessica Kingdon, available on Paramount+, is not yet available in France. It was nominated in the Best Documentary Film category.

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