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Oscars 2022: Area to watch all the nominated films online

Here’s how to bolt 2022’s Academy Awards affairs from your sofa

Phil de Semlyen
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Phil de Semlyen

As anticipated, today’s Oscar nominations delivered affluence of acceptable account for Netflix, with Don’t Attending Up, The Ability of the Dog and The Absent Daughter all raking in nominations beyond a array of categories. Obviously, that’s additionally acceptable account for anyone attractive to bolt up on their awards examination from their daybed advanced of the Advance 27 awards ceremony.

And they aren’t the alone big affairs to be accessible to beck appropriate now: Flee, the action of the moment and amateur Oscar-nominee, is accessible to beck in the US for a bald $1.99 (UK eyewitness can – and should – clue it bottomward in the cinema); while, Dune (with six noms) is alive on a array of platforms in the US and UK now.

Animation lovers will acquisition about all the movies in that class on alive platforms, including Encanto, Raya and the Aftermost Dragon and Luca (all on Disney worldwide) and The Mitchells vs the Machines (Netflix).

A few of the big hitters aren’t accessible to watch at home yet, although as Time Out’s bristles brilliant reviews suggest, Licorice Pizza, Parallel Mothers and West Ancillary Story are able-bodied account the cruise (or trips) to the cinema. Here’s what you can watch – and area – in the US and UK.

Where to watch 2022 Oscar nominees online

Being the Ricardos

Aaron Sorkin’s acid adulation adventure about Lucille Brawl and her partner Desi Arnaz is a barbecue of acting. No surprise, then, that it denticulate three nominations in those categories, including a welcome, if abrupt nod for JK Simmons. An Amazon Prime film, it’s accessible to watch on the belvedere now.

: Best Extra (Nicole Kidman), Best Amateur (
Javier Bardem), Best Acknowledging Amateur (JK Simmons)

Where to stream it: Amazon Prime Video US and UK (subscription)

The Tragedy of Macbeth

Joel Coen’s abandoned activity is a monochromatic barbecue of machiavellian scheming, Shakespearean chat and affluent – and now Oscar-nominated – acting from Denzel Washington. It’s accessible on Angel TV , and acknowledgment to Bruno Delbonnel’s bright lighting, it will look regal on your HD telly.

: Best Amateur (Denzel Washington), Best Cinematography, Best Assembly Design

Where to stream it: Apple TV worldwide (subscription) 

The Tragedy of Macbeth
Photograph: Address of Angel TV Apple TV’s The Tragedy of Macbeth was nominated in three categories

King Richard

Will Artisan has continued been angled for an Oscar choice – and actual possibly an Oscar – for his assuming of Serena and Venus William’s hard-driving, complex, doting dad, Richard, in a biopic with absolute circuit on it. If you absent it in cinemas, acceptable news: it’s accessible to beck now. The bad account is that it costs a fortune.

: Best Picture, Best Amateur (Will Smith), Best Acknowledging Extra (
Aunjanue Ellis), Best Editing, Best Screenplay, Best Song

Where to stream it: Amazon Prime and Google Comedy US (buy $19.99); Amazon Prime UK (buy £13.99)


Apple TV abundantly paid a record-breaking $25m to aces up this affecting ancestors ball at aftermost year’s Sundance – and this is apparently why: it has secured a Best Account nod. Addition at Angel is activity actual smug, because the alive belvedere is the alone abode you’ll be able to watch it and absorb up the historic performance by Troy Kotsur, the aboriginal anytime Oscar nod for a deafened macho actor. 

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Acclimatized Screenplay, Best Acknowledging Amateur (Troy Kotsur)

Where to stream it: Angel TV common (subscription)

Don’t Attending Up 

If you spent Christmas arguing about whether Adam McKay’s altitude crisis banter was a wry masterpiece or a absolute abomination, you’ll be either captivated or barmy at its attendance on the ten-strong Best Account shortlist. To see what all the fuss is about, arch to Netflix. Alone don’t be too afraid if you end up about in the middle. 

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Score, Best Editing, Best Aboriginal Screenplay

Where to stream it: Netflix common (subscription)


A 18-carat history maker, this LGBTQ activated documentary has denticulate nominations in three abstracted categories. The adventure of an Afghan casual abyssal a adverse world, Flee always seemed acceptable to bell with Academy voters and so it has proved. If you’re in the US, you can analysis it out for a arrangement rental fee. Elsewhere, it is able-bodied account a cruise to the cinema.

: Best All-embracing Film, Best Documentary, Best Animation

Where to stream it: Google Play ($1.99 rent, $7.99 buy) 

The Power of the Dog
Photograph: NetflixNetflix’s The Ability of the Dog has 12 nominations

The Ability of the Dog

This year’s big, well, dog, Jane Campion’s western is a trailblazer in a aggregation of categories. Notably, all four of its capital casting associates accept denticulate acting nominations, which agency that about every frame of the blur is abounding with Academy Award-nominated magic. Analysis it out for yourself on Netflix.

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Amateur (Benedict Cumberbatch), Best Acknowledging Amateur (Kodi Smit-McPhee and Jesse Plemons), Best Acknowledging Extra (Kirsten Dunst), Best Editing, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Acclimatized Screenplay, Best Sound, Best Assembly Design

Where to stream it: Netflix common (subscription)

No Time to Die

A Best Account nod or alike a affected choice for Daniel Craig’s swan song– area is your heart, Academy? – did alway feel like a continued shot. Band is aloof that bit too brand for that affectionate of Oscar endorsement, although the Academy has no advisedly in dishing out nods in the abstruse categories and one for the angry and arresting appellation song. Absorb them all up beyond a array of alive platforms now.

Nominations: Best VFX, Best Song, Best Sound

Where to stream it: Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Angel TV or Google Comedy in the US (rent $; Amazon Prime Video UK (rent £4.99, buy £13.99) 

The Absent Daughter

Maggie Gyllenhaal appear herself as a filmmaker of absolute chops with this adjustment of Elena Ferrante’s novel. It misses out on Best Account and Best Administrator nods, but Gyllenhaal cine is up for a statuette, alongside the two acting nominations – for Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley. It’s on Netflix everywhere now.

: Best Extra (Olivia Colman), Best Acknowledging Extra (Jessie Buckley),
Best Acclimatized Screenplay

Where to stream it: Netflix common (subscription)


One to see on the hugest cinema screen available, but if that’s not accessible – and in fairness, it may no best be an advantage several months afterwards absolution – Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi ballsy is alive on a array of platforms worldwide. Hans Zimmer’s Best Account nod suggests, you should crank up the surround complete speakers and band yourself to the sofa.

: Best Picture, Best Cinematography, Best Score, Best Editing, Best VFX, Best Assembly Design, Best Apparel Design,
Best Composition and Hairstyling, Best Acclimatized Screenplay

Where to stream it: iTunes US (rent $5.99, buy $12.99), AMC Theaters On Demand (rent $5.99); Amazon Prime Video UK (rent £4.99, buy £13.99)

Tick, Tick... Boom!

This agreeable biopic of Rent writer Jonathan Larson can probably be found on the ‘Films with songs so addictive you’ll be bustling to yourself for the abutting 27 years’ console of your Netflix account. Or the ‘Oscar nominated films’ one, because Andrew Garfield is up for Best Amateur for his assuming of the Broadway legend.

Nomination: Best Amateur (Andrew Garfield)

Where to stream it: Netflix common (subscription)


Kenneth Branagh’s contemplative afterthought of his adolescence in arctic Belfast is up for a host of awards on Advance 29, including, surprisingly, a Best Acknowledging Extra one for Civic Abundance Judi Dench, and, beneath surprising, a Best Acknowledging Amateur nod for Ciarán Hinds. Belfast has been out in the US back December and has fabricated its way – expensively – assimilate a few alive sites. UK and Irish admirers can bolt it on the big awning for the foreseeable.

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Acknowledging Amateur (Ciarán Hinds), Best Acknowledging Extra (Judi Dench), Best Aboriginal Screenplay, Best Song, Best Sound

Where to stream it: Google Comedy US or Microsoft store (buy UHD $19.99)

Drive My Car

One of the nice surprises of the nominations was the adulation for Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s ace Murakami adaptation, an abrupt attendance in the Best Account line-up. It’s anew out in US cinemas and charcoal on the big awning elsewhere, too, with a PVOD absolution currently limited to the BFI Amateur in the UK.

Nominations: Best Picture, Best All-embracing Film, Best Director, Best Acclimatized Screenplay

Where to stream it: BFI Player in the UK (£10)

Summer of Soul

Questlove’s blemish concert doc about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival should be a hot favourite in the Best Documentary category. Analysis it out on Hulu (in the US) and Disney (outside the US). 

: Best Documentary

Where to stream it: Hulu (US) and Disney common (subscription)

House of Gucci

Ridley Scott’s spaghetti ball was tipped in a cardinal of nominations, including for Jared Leto and Adult Arbitrary in the acting categories, so a aloof nod for Best Composition and Hairstyling will absolutely feel like a anticlimax for team Gucci – about crazily abundant the beard is. None of this, of course, will bedew the world’s appetence to adore its mad Ital-iano accents and Codfather plotting. Alas, for the best allotment the apple has a little best to wait.

: Best Composition and Hairstyling

Where to stream it: Amazon Prime US ($19.99)


An arresting accompaniment allotment to Netflix’s Oscar-winning American Factory, this smartly crafted assay of the alleged Chinese Dream asks what activity is absolutely like for citizens in a association with a boiler-room access to abundance and growth. 

Nomination: Best Documentary

Where to stream it: Paramount (subscription) and Eventive (rent $12) in the US; in cinemas in the UK.

The Duke of God

Belfast isn’t the alone adolescence account up for an Oscar this year. Say ciao to Paolo Sorrentino’s Best All-embracing Blur candidate. Alive on Netflix, its brilliant Naples area and apricot biographical capacity are absolute for an escapist night in on the couch. Plus, all the Italian accents complete Italian in this one. 

Nomination: Best International Film

Where to stream it: Netflix common (subscription)

The Eyes of Tammy Faye

Jessica Chastain is barely recognisable but recognisably ablaze in this biopic of US evangelist Tamara Faye Messner. She – and her composition aggregation – accept denticulate Oscar nominations for a period drama that delves abysmal into the ailing deceit of bible-toting entrepreneurs in ’60s and ’70s America. Bolt it on Amazon Prime in the US and in cinemas elsewhere.

Nominations: Best Extra (Jessica Chastain), Best Composition and Hairstyling

Where to stream it: Amazon Prime Video US (rent $3.99, buy $14.99)

Nightmare Alley

Guillermo del Toro’s art-pulp abstruseness glided assimilate the list of Best Account nominees on the aback of its faculty of Hollywood history (it re-adapts an William Lindsay Gresham atypical already fabricated into a 1947 noir), some accomplished performances, august assembly architecture and an exhilarant fug of amorality. Unusually, you can bolt it on two battling streamers in the US: HBO Max and Hulu. Bolt it in the cinema in the UK. 

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Cinematography, Best Assembly Design, Best Apparel Design

Where to stream it: HBO Max and Hulu in the US (subscription)

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