Mar 4, 2024 - Economy

Where to watch Oscar-nominated movies

Lily Gladstone, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio in a shot from the movie “Killers of the Flower Moon.”

Lily Gladstone, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio in "Killers of the Flower Moon." Photo: Apple TV+

Before the golden statuettes are handed out at the 2024 Academy Awards, here's where you can stream nominated films at no additional cost.

  • This list includes the films up for best picture, best documentary feature and best animated feature.

State of play: The Oscars air 7pm ET Sunday on ABC.

"Oppenheimer" on Peacock

  • Christopher Nolan's box office smash leads Academy Award nominations with 13.

"Poor Things" coming to Hulu

  • Fun fact: Emma Stone, a producer on "Poor Things," is the second woman to be nominated for acting and best picture for the same film. The first was Frances McDormand for 2021's "Nomadland." Available Thursday.

"Killers of the Flower Moon" on Apple TV+

  • This film is nominated for 10 Oscars, including Lily Gladstone's first for actress in a leading role.

"Barbie" on Max

  • Last year's domestic box office leader received eight nominations, including America Ferrera's first for actress in a supporting role.

"Maestro" on Netflix

  • The intrigue: Bradley Cooper is the fourth person to receive more than one Oscar nomination for acting in a film they directed. The other three were Laurence Olivier, Warren Beatty and Clint Eastwood.

"American Fiction" on demand

  • Nominated for five Oscars, the film is still playing in some theaters or available for purchase on YouTube, Vudu and Prime Video.

"Anatomy of a Fall" on demand

  • Director Justine Triet is the lone woman in this year's achievement in directing category. You can still catch this in theaters or buy it on YouTube, Apple TV and Prime Video.

"The Holdovers" on Peacock

  • This holiday movie is up for five Academy Awards including Paul Giamatti's first for actor in a leading role and Da'Vine Joy Randolph's first for actress in a supporting role.

"The Zone of Interest" on demand

  • The film's five nominations include best international film, the third-ever for the U.K. See it in theaters or buy it on YouTube, Apple TV, Vudu or Prime Video.

"Past Lives" on Paramount+

  • Nominated for two Oscars, it is available to stream with a Paramount+ with Showtime subscription.

"Bobi Wine: The People's President" on Disney+

  • National Geographic's feature about a pop singer turned Ugandan presidential candidate is up for best documentary feature.

"The Boy and the Heron" in theaters

"Elemental" on Disney+

  • This is Pixar's 18th nomination for best animated feature.

"The Eternal Memory" on Paramount+

  • This MTV documentary follows a couple trying to hold onto memories of their life together after an Alzheimer's diagnosis.

"Four Daughters" on Prime Video

  • This documentary won the Golden Eye award for best documentary at last year's Cannes Film Festival.

"Nimona" on Netflix

  • This animated feature is based on ND Stevenson's New York Times best-selling graphic novel.

"Robot Dreams" coming to Apple TV+

  • Neon's animated film is listed on Apple TV+ but has not been released in the United States.

"Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" on Netflix

  • This movie's predecessor, "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," won best animated feature at the 91st Academy Awards in 2019.

"To Kill a Tiger" coming to Netflix

  • The critically acclaimed documentary has been acquired by Netflix but a U.S. release date has not been announced.

"20 Days in Mariupol" on PBS

  • Follow three Associated Press journalists as they document their harrowing escape from the Ukrainian city of Mariupol after Russian occupation.
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