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Oscars 2023: Where to watch every Oscar winning movie today

First-time Prime Video members can even watch Everything Everywhere All at Once for free

Steve Hogarty
Tuesday 14 March 2023 09:09 GMT
Oscar Nominations 2023: Best Picture

2023’s Oscar winners were declared on Sunday night, with twisting multiverse fantasy adventure Everything Everywhere All at Once mopping up seven awards, including Best Picture.

Awards were also dished out to Netflix exclusive All Quiet on the Western Front, Women Talking andThe Whale, starring Best Actor winner Brendan Fraser.

It was a year of strong contenders in every category, with many odds-on favourites like Elvis, Top Gun: Maverick and The Banshees of Inisherin going home empty-handed.

If you’re still catching up with the best movies of 2023, don’t fret. Every Oscar nominated and winning film is now available to stream online. The Oscars were broadcast on Sky Showcase from midnight on Sunday 12 March. Over in the US viewers could watch live on ABC.

Where to watch the Oscar winners 2023

Everything Everywhere All at Once

The winner of Best Picture at this year’s Acadamy Awards, Everything Everywhere All at Once debuted in theatres on 13 May 2022 in the UK.

The film is now available to buy or rent online for £3.49. You can even watch Everything Everywhere All at Once for free online, by signing up to a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime Video.

Where to watch: Rent it on Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Apple TV

Everything Everywhere All at Once
Everything Everywhere All at Once ((Allyson Riggs/A24 Films))

All Quiet on the Western Front

Winner of Best International Feature Film, All Quiet on the Western Front was released on 14 October 2022 in the UK, and is available to watch exclusively on Netflix.

Where to watch: On Netflix

All Quiet on the Western Front
All Quiet on the Western Front (Netflix)

The Elephant Whisperers

Winner of Best Short Documentary, The Elephant Whisperers centres on the relationship between an orphaned elephant and her human caregivers, and explore themes of conservation and climate change.

Where to watch: On Netflix

Navalny

Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2022, Navalny follows the political course of the Russian opposition leader, which eventually led to his attempted assassination by poisoning and his subsequent imprisonment. It won Best Documentary at this year’s Academy Awards.

Where to watch: On YouTube, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Curzon

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinnochio

The Oscar-winning director of The Shape of Water and Pan’s Labyrinth reinterprets the children’s story in stop-motion and sets it against the backdrop of looming fascism in warring Europe. Pinnochio picked up the Best Animated Feature award.

Where to watch: On Netflix

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinnochio
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinnochio (Netflix)

Women Talking

Winner of Best Adapted Screenplay, Women Talking is just arriving in UK cinemas now, so it’s not yet available to stream online. You can find your nearest screening at Vue, Odeon or your local theatre. Orion, the film’s production company, is owned by Amazon, so expect to see it available on Amazon Prime Video in the not too distant future.

Where to watch: Just at your local cinema for now.

The Whale

Best Actor winner and beloved Hollywood legend Brendan Fraser stars in The Whale, which debuted in 2022 but is only just arriving in UK theatres now. You can find screenings at your local cinema.

Where to watch: On YouTube, Apple TV, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, and Curzon.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Costumer designer Ruth E. Carter won her second Oscar for her work Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, making her the first Black woman to win two Academy awards. The superhero film is available to stream online now.

Watch now: On Disney Plus, YouTube, Apple TV, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video

Top Gun: Maverick

Top Gun: Maverick hit cinemas on 27 May 2022, and is now available to stream online in the UK in the following places. It won the Best Achievement in Sound category.

Where to watch: Rent it on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Paramount Plus

Top Gun: Maverick
Top Gun: Maverick (AP)

Avatar: The Way of Water

Avatar: The Way of Water debuted on 16 December in the UK, and is only available to watch in cinemas right now.

Where to watch: At the cinema for now. The original Avatar can be found on Disney+, where it’s expected the sequel will eventually be made available to stream online.

Where to watch Oscar 2023 nominated films

Aftersun

Starring Best Actor award nominee Paul Mescal, Aftesun debuted in the UK in November of last year. Distributed by Mubi and 24, it’s available to rent from Curzon and Amazon Prime Video.

Where to watch: Rent it at Curzon, or Amazon Prime Video

Paul Mescal in ‘Aftersun'
Paul Mescal in ‘Aftersun' (A24)

The Banshees of Inisherin

The Banshees of Inisherin was released on 21 October 2022, and is widely available to watch and rent online.

Where to watch: Rent it on Disney+, YouTube, Google Play, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video

The Banshees of Inisherin
The Banshees of Inisherin (Jonathan Hession, Searchlight Pictures)

Elvis

Elvis was released on 24 June 2022 in the UK, and can be rented and watched online at the following spots.

Where to watch: Rent it on Google Play, Apple TV, YouTube

The Fabelmans

A semi-biographical drama based on the life of a young Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans is one of the most recently released movies in this year’s list of Best Picture nominees. Unsurprisingly, that means it’s still only available to watch at the cinema.

Where to watch: Just at your local cinema for now.

Tár

Starring Best Actress nominee Cate Blanchett, Tár debuted in the UK on 13 January. The dark psychological drama was adored by critics, but didn’t manage to attact nods at this year’s Oscars. It’s widely available to stream online.

Where to watch: On YouTube, Apple TV, Curzon, and Google Play.

Tár
Tár (Focus Features, LLC.)

Triangle of Sadness

Triangle of Sadness was released on 28 October 2022 in the UK. You can rent it to watch online at the following spots.

Where to watch: Rent it on YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Curzon, Google Play

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