where you can watch them from your Apple TV, iPad or iPhone in maximum quality

There are only a few hours left to see the award-winning films at the 95th edition of the Oscars. Hollywood dresses up for a gala that draws the eyes of half the world. But compared to traditional cinema and its distribution in cinemas, something has changed: many of these nominees They can be viewed from the comfort of your own home by simply turning on your Apple TV or by downloading the appropriate iPhone or iPad app.

The streaming platform’s hornet’s nest has been in an uproar of late, as Netflix struggled to avoid free shared accounts and SkyShowtime collapsed at a very cheap price. We’ll tell you where to watch them all, so you can stay up to date and, along the way, make your own fun by picking your favourites.

Apple TV+ actually competes with an award, Best Supporting Actor, with an outstanding Brian Tyree Henry in the dramatic “Causeway”. Many others, such as Argentina, 1985, available on Amazon Prime Video, compete for best foreign language film, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, available on Netflix, compete in animation, and others like Bardo and Blonde ‘, both available on Netflix, compete in supporting roles.

All at once everywhere

We start with the big surprise, a kind of matrix full of time twists compete for no fewer than eleven awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress (actually two), Best Editing, Best Original Screenplay, Best Costume Design, Best Original Song, Best Soundtrack.

“All at once, everywhere” is available on Movistar+, compatible with any Apple TV, iPhone and iPad. The official gala, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, will be broadcast on Estrenos 2 channel on the same platform and will start on Monday 13 March at 1:00 am.

“Inisherin’s Banshees”

Another favorite. Set on a small island off the west coast of Ireland, this introspective film marks a return to directing Inisherin’s Banshees, after his award-winning “Three Announcements on the Outskirts”. And be very careful because it competes for all these awards: Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor (x2), Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Soundtrack.

In fact, the two leads, Brendan Gleeson and Barry Keoghan, are competing for two awards. Of course, “Almas en torment de Inisherin” is currently not available on any streaming platform.

No news at the front

The amazing war film competes in Best Picture, But it also qualifies for other awards like Best International Film, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Production Design, Best Photography, Best Makeup and Hairdressing, Best Sound, Best Soundtrack, Best Special Effects.

All Quiet Front is available on Netflix. You can download the official app for Apple TV and watch it in 4K resolution and enjoy Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos compatibility.

The Fabelmans

The return of the cinema genius is also fighting for a good handful of awards. This biographical film that portrays both the strained relationship between Spielberg’s parents and the birth of his great passion, cinema, aspires to win the Academy Award for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Production Design, and Best Soundtrack. There is nothing.

Steven Spielberg is aiming for seven Oscars with The Fabelmans, but it wasn't the only thing he filmed last year: this is his amazing music video, shot using just an iPhone

On the other hand, The Fabelmans is only available in theaters – currently in rentals, in fact – and will most likely be on Disney+ in a couple of months.


The biographical one, at least literally, is Elvis, another of the films nominated for the 2023 Oscars in the categories Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Production Design, Best Editing, Best Photography, “Best Costume Design”, “Best” were nominated for make-up and hairdressing, best sound.

This bombastic Baz Luhrmann tape It has long been available through the HBO Max application. You’ll only know if it deserves one of these awards if you’ve seen it before, so seize the opportunity now.

“Avatar: The Sense of Water”

If you don’t like the return of Spielberg, what can I say about that Return of King Midas of cinema. JamesCameron collects four Oscar 2023 nominations: Best Picture, Best Production Design, Best Sound, Best Special Effects. And although you’ll have to wait a few weeks, Avatar: The Sense of Water will be available on Disney + very soon, and it will also be compatible with surround audio technology and Dolby Atmos.


Todd Field returns with a caustic and brutalist vision of a conductor who, above all else a truly toxic person who is revered and feared in equal measure. “Tár” is aiming for six awards: Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Photography.

And while it’s already rumored that the best actress award will almost certainly fall to Cate Blanchett – which would mean her third statuette – to see if she’s up to the task, there will be no choice but to wait, because ‘Tár’ is not yet available for streaming.

“Top Gun: Maverick”

The long-awaited second part of a swan song for the best action. Tom Cruise is always a confirmation of a job well done It is already on the horizon to compete in all of these categories: Best Film, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Sound, Best Original Song, Best Special Effects.

You can also watch Top Gun: Maverick now on Amazon Prime Video. Prepare some popcorn because this frenzy of action deserves nothing less.

‘The whale’

Another returning and in theaters since January 27 is Darren Aronofsky, who has “recovered.” Brendan Fraser, whose performance is up for a Best Actor Oscar. There are even two other nominations in its ranks: Best Supporting Actress, Best Make-Up and Best Hairstyling. The large room, in this case, is the only way to see this tearful video of a professor suffering from severe obesity.

“The Triangle of Sadness”

Another one that hasn’t hit the streaming platforms yet always controversial Ruben Ostlund. This Swedish production, which has already won the Palme d’Or at Cannes and is up for three Oscars: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, opens on February 17th.

‘You speak’

Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay are the two categories this hard-hitting production is aiming for adapted from the novel of the same name by Miriam Toews, directed and written by Sara Polley, and which has an outstanding cast consisting of famous personalities such as Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Ben Whishaw, Jessie Buckley or the Oscar-winning Frances McDormand.

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”

And we bid farewell to this digital cinema marathon with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, competing in five categories: Best Supporting Actress, Best Special Effects, Best Original Song, Best Costume Design, Best Make-Up and Best Hairstyling. Win or not That’s Marvel’s big bet this year. You can watch it now on Disney+ and find out for sure.

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