Oscar season has officially begun and the list of nominated directors, actors and films has already been announced. If you haven’t seen the best picture nominee “The Fabelmas” in which Steven Spielberg reflects on his own life, or if you want to see the Latin American film that is competing for the best picture award, “Argentina 1985”, you. They are still under the weather.
Here’s a list of some of the Oscar-nominated movies you can watch in theaters or on your favorite streaming platforms:
Everything everywhere at the same time / Movistar+ / Google TV
With 11 nominations, the film “Everything Everywhere at the Same Time” is leading the Oscar race. You can watch this movie streaming on Movistar or Google TV’s Google Play app for an additional fee. The film follows a family of Chinese-American immigrants who pass a tax audit and find themselves embroiled in a multi-dimensional battle to save the multiverse from a powerful villain that has grossed over $100 million worldwide.
The Fabelmas / Cinemas
The Oscar-nominated film for Best Picture, Best Director (Steven Spielberg), Best Actress (Michelle Williams) and more has already arrived at the Salvadoran Billboard. In this film, the master of fiction tells a somewhat more personal and almost autobiographical story of a boy from a Jewish family who dreams of becoming a film director.
It’s Quiet Ahead / Netflix
The German anti-war production “No News Ahead” is on the biggest streaming platform. The film has been nominated for nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Foreign Language Film.
Argentina 1985 / Amazon Prime Video
The Golden Globe winner is now seeking the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. “Argentina 1985” tells the story of a group of lawyers who investigate and bring to trial those responsible for the civil-military dictatorship in the South American country.
Avatar: The Waterway / Cinemas
The screening of James Cameron’s film in the nomination for the best film at the Oscars continues in cinemas. The sixth highest-grossing film in history tells the story of blue-eyed aliens living in the fictional city of Pandora. A decade after the events of the first part, US Marine Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and his new family join forces to protect Pandora from an imminent threat.
Nominated for Best Picture and Best Actor for his role as Austin Butler, Elvis follows the story of rock ‘n’ roll legend Elvis Presley from his early days to the pinnacle of his career. Elvis is also in the running for best photography, costume design, editing, make-up and hairstyling, production design and sound.
Top Gun Maverick / Amazon Prime Video
Nominated for Best Picture and Best Original Song for Lady Gaga’s Hold My Hand, the Tom Cruise starrer tells the story of Maverick, a 30-year-old military flight instructor. One last mission forces this lord of the sky to face the pain of his past and his deepest fears.
Blonde / Netflix
The main character of this film, Ana de Armas, is nominated for the best actress Oscar. “Blonde” tells the story of the famous American actress and singer Marilyn Monroe.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio / Netflix
The Golden Globe winner for Best Animated Feature is now in contention for an Oscar. This film is inspired by the 1882 story “The Adventures of Pinocchio”. In the context of Mussolini’s Fascist Italy, a depressed man creates a puppet that suddenly comes to life in a story that explores themes such as war and death.
“Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” / Netflix
Turning Red / Disney+
Nominated for Best Animated Feature, this Pixar film is completely groundbreaking in its own right. From May Lee’s story, it deals with issues such as the changes of adolescence and family ties.
Babylon / cinemas
This Damien Chazelle film, nominated for Best Design, has an outstanding cast: Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt and Tobey Maguire. The story focuses on the Hollywood industry of the 1920s, which is full of excesses, debauchery and scandals.
Black Panther Wakanda Forever / Disney+ (coming soon February 1)
Angela Bassett, who plays Queen Ramonda in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, is the first Marvel actress to be nominated for an Oscar. The film is also up for Best Original Song for Rihanna’s “Lift me up” and Best Visual Effects. Follows the story of the technological city of Wakanda and its heroes.
Puss in Boots: The Last Wish / Cinemas
The Dreamworks film nominated for Best Animated Feature is available at Billboard in Salvador. The lovable cat character we met in Shrek lost eight lives in vain, and with one available, he embarks on the best adventure of his life.
Starring Robert Pattinson, this film reinvents the DC Comics character in a Gotham corrupted by villains not far from reality: mobsters and politicians. Batman is nominated for Academy Awards for Best Production Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, and Best Sound.
“Batman” / Warner Bros-HBO Max
Everything That Breathes / HBO Max
Awarded at the Cannes and Sundance festivals, this documentary tells the story of two brothers who run an ornithological hospital dedicated to rescuing injured red bees, a permanent fixture in the skies of New Delhi, India. “Everything That Breathes” is in the running for the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.