The 2020 Oscars: Where to Watch all the Nominated Films

The 92nd Academy Awards will air tomorrow, February 9th at 5pm Pacific Standard Time. For your consideration, we have compiled all of the nominated films, their nominations, and where you can watch them. Follow the DiscussingFilm Twitter to get the complete list of winners as they come in live tomorrow!

Ford vs Ferarri (Le Mans ’66)

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Courtesy of Fox

Nominations: Best Picture, Film Editing, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing

Starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale, Ford v Ferrari follows an American race car designer (Damon) and British driver (Bale) as they create the Ford GT40 and compete against Enzo Ferrari in the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans.

You can digitally purchase a copy of Ford v Ferrari from one of the online retailers listed on the Fox Movies website. The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD release is February 11th for the US and March 23rd for Europe.

The Irishman

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Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations: Best Picture, Supporting Actor (x2), Director, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Film Editing, Production Design, Costume Design, Visual Effects

Based upon the novel, I Heard You Paint Houses by Charles Brandt, Scorsese’s latest film follows Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) as he recalls his experiences with Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).

Watch The Irishman worldwide on Netflix.

Jojo Rabbit

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Courtesy of Fox

Nominations: Best Picture, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Film Editing, Production Design, Costume Design

Taking place in World War II, Jojo Rabbit tells the story of Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis), a Hitler Youth member, after he finds out his mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their attic.

Select theaters are still showing Jojo Rabbit. Find your showtime using Fandango, Atom Tickets, or your local cinema’s website.

Joker

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Courtesy of Warner Brothers

Nominations: Best Picture, Lead Actor, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Film Editing, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Original Score, Makeup and Hair, Costume Design

A dark, cautionary tale, Joker tells the story of a man who is disregarded, tortured, and bullied by society. Fed up with this treatment, failed comedian Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix), descends into madness and becomes the Joker.

Purchase or rent Joker using one of the retailers listed on the Warner Brothers website. In some theaters, it is still possible to watch Joker. Just check Fandango, Atom Tickets, or your local theater’s showings.

Little Women

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Courtesy of Columbia Pictures

Nominations: Best Picture, Lead Actress, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Original Score, Costume Design

The March sisters, Jo (Saoirse Ronan), Amy (Florence Pugh), Beth (Eliza Scanlen), and Meg (Emma Watson) are reunited through Beth’s illness. Following their journey, intertwining the past with the present, Little Women illustrates overcoming adversity, the beauty of love, and the importance of family.

Little Women is still available to watch in select theaters. Use Fandango, Atom Tickets, or your movie theater’s website to find showtimes near you.

Marriage Story

Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations: Best Picture, Lead Actor, Lead Actress, Supporting Actress, Original Screenplay, Original Score

Noah Baumbach’s latest film, Marriage Story, details the story of a couple (Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver) as they go through a grueling divorce.

You can watch Marriage Story on Netflix worldwide.

1917

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Courtesy of DreamWorks Pictures

Nominations: Best Picture, Director, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Production Design, Original Score, Makeup and Hair, Visual Effects

Following the tale of two World War I soldiers, Lance Cpl. Schofield (George McKay) and Lance Cpl. Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman), the men race against time to deliver a message that would save thousands of men.

1917 is still playing in theaters worldwide. Purchase tickets through your local theater or on Fandango/Atom Tickets.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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Courtesy of Sony Pictures

Nominations: Best Picture, Lead Actor, Supporting Actor, Director, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Production Design, Costume Design

Set in 1969, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood follows Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double, Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), as they coast around Hollywood. The film features multiple storylines, one of which stars Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate,  as a tribute to Hollywood’s golden age.

Quentin Tarantino’s latest film is available to purchase on DVD or digitally through Amazon (Amazon UK).

Parasite

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Courtesy of NEON

Nominations: Best Picture, Director, Original Screenplay, Foreign Language Film, Film Editing, Production Design

Taking interest in the wealthy Park family, the unemployed Kim family works to intertwine their family within theirs. Before they know it, greed gets the best of them and threatens the two families’ relationships.

Parasite is still in theaters worldwide. Find theater showtimes near you using the Parasite website. It is also available to buy at select retailers online.

Pain and Glory

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Courtesy of Sony Pictures

Nominations: Best Lead Actor, Foreign Language Film

As his life falls apart, Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas) reflects on his life and the choices he has made in the past and the present.

You can watch Pain and Glory in very few theaters, but it is still possible! Check the official Pain and Glory website for showtimes near you. It is also available for digital download and DVD on Amazon (Amazon UK).

The Two Popes

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Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations: Best Lead Actor, Supporting Actor, Adapted Screenplay

Frustrated with the current direction of the Catholic Church, behind the Vatican’s walls, the current conservative Pope Benedict (Anthony Hopkins) and future liberal Pope Francis (Jonathan Pryce) must find common ground to forge the future of the religion.

Watch The Two Popes worldwide on Netflix.

Harriet

Courtesy of Perfect World Pictures

Nominations: Best Lead Actress, Original Song

A retelling of Harriet Tubman’s story, Harriet follows the legendary heroine and abolitionist (played by Cynthia Erivo) as she escapes from slavery and liberates hundreds of slaves through the Underground Railroad.

Harriet is available for digital download/physical copy purchases on Amazon (Amazon UK).

Bombshell

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Courtesy of Annapurna Pictures

Nominations: Best Lead Actress, Supporting Actress, Makeup and Hair

Following Gretchen Carlson’s (Nicole Kidman) sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News founder Roger Ailes, a world-shaking movement begins as other women step forward to tell their stories.

Bombshell is still in theaters worldwide. Look on your local theater’s website and/or Fandango/Atom Tickets.

Judy

Courtesy of Lionsgate

Nominations: Best Lead Actress, Makeup and Hair

A biographical picture about famous musician and actress Judy Garland (Renée Zellweger), it follows her journey as she has a concert tour in London and begins a romance with her soon-to-be fifth husband, Mickey Dean (Finn Wittrock).

Find Judy on digital platforms and on Blu-ray, DVD, and/or digital through the Lionsgate Judy website.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

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Courtesy of Sony Pictures

Nominations: Best Supporting Actor

An investigative journalist, Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys), is assigned to interview Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks), but is skeptical of Mr. Rogers’ goodhearted nature. Over time, Mr. Rogers’ kindness and empathetic nature rubs off on him, chipping away at Vogel’s outlook on life which causes him to change the way he sees the world.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is still playing in select theaters. Use the movie’s official website to find showtimes near you. It is also available to purchase on DVD on Amazon and at other retailers.

Richard Jewell

Courtesy of Warner Brothers

Nominations: Best Supporting Actress

Taking place during the 1996 Summer Olympics, Richard Jewell follows the real-life hero of the same name as he goes from being known as a remarkable human who saves lives during the Olympics bombing to the FBI’s prime suspect in the matter.

Clint Eastwood’s latest film is available for pre-order on Amazon.

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

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Courtesy of DreamWorks Pictures

Nominations: Best Animated Feature

The final installment in the How to Train Your Dragon series, The Hidden World details Hiccup’s journey to find the “Hidden World,” a secret Dragon Utopia, before the evil Grimmel finds it first.

Currently, The Hidden World is streaming on Hulu (US) and available for rental/purchase on Amazon (Amazon UK).

I Lost My Body

Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations: Best Animated Feature

As the title of the film suggests, I Lost My Body is about a limb (a hand) that has lost its body. Traveling through Paris as it tries to find its body, the hand recalls the memories of who it was once attached to.

I Lost My Body is available to watch on Netflix worldwide.

Klaus

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Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations: Best Animated Feature

A Santa Claus origin story, Klaus follows a mediocre postman who is assigned to work in a frozen town where Saint Nick is hiding out.

Klaus is streaming exclusively on Netflix worldwide.

Missing Link

Courtesy of LAIKA

Nominations: Best Animated Feature

Mr. Link (Zach Galifianakis), tired of living in solitude, recruits Sir Lionel Frost (Hugh Jackman) to help him find his long lost family in the fantastical valley of Shangri-La. Along the way, they meet Adelina Fortnight (Zoe Saldana) who helps them on their adventures through the world.

Missing Link is available to stream on Hulu and to rent/purchase on Amazon.

Toy Story 4

Courtesy of Pixar

Nominations: Best Animated Feature, Original Song

Following the tale of our favorite childhood characters, Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), Bonnie (Madeleine McGraw), and Forky (Tony Hale) embark on a heartfelt journey and discover what they want out of being a toy.

Toy Story 4 is available on Disney+ but can be rented/purchased through Amazon.

Dcera

Courtesy of Miyu Distribution

Nominations: Best Animated Short

An animated drama, Dcera follows a daughter and father as they recall a difficult memory of an injured bird from the girl’s childhood.

Rent Dcera through Vimeo.

Hair Love

Courtesy of Sony Pictures Animation

 Nominations: Best Animated Short

Hair Love is about a young, African American girl whose father does her hair for the first time before a very special event.

Watch Hair Love for free on YouTube.

Kitbull

Courtesy of Pixar

Nominations: Best Animated Short

Exploring the unexpected friendship between a stray cat and pitbull, the two creatures experience friendship for the first time.

Kitbull is free to watch on YouTube but also available for streaming on Disney+.

Memorable

Courtesy of Bruno Collet

Nominations: Best Animated Short

A French animated short, Memorable depicts Alzheimer’s and an artist’s journey as everything around him deteriorates into surrealistic figures.

Memorable is currently unavailable to stream/watch.

Sister

Courtesy of Siqi Song

Nominations: Best Animated Short

A Chinese man recalls his past with his annoying little sister in the 90s.

Watch Sister for free on the Sister website.

Knives Out

Courtesy of Lionsgate

Nominations: Best Original Screenplay

After a world-renowned mystery author, Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer), dies mysteriously, Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) is sent to investigate along with the police. The comedic ensemble mystery has many twists and turns and stars many familiar faces like Chris Evans (Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe) and Ana de Armas (Joi in Blade Runner 2049).

Knives Out is still available in some theaters.Check Fandango, Atom Tickets, and/or your local theater for showtimes near you. You also can purchase it on DVD or for digital download through retailers listed on the Knives Out official website.

The Lighthouse

Courtesy of A24

Nominations: Best Cinematography

Stranded on a remote island after a storm, two lighthouse keepers (Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson) try to maintain their sanity.

The Lighthouse is available for purchase/rental through select retailers. Check out the A24 website for places to buy the film. Additionally, the movie is still playing in select theaters. The A24 website also provides an option to get tickets.

American Factory

Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations: Best Documentary Feature

A complex story about Capitalism, Netflix’s documentary, American Factory, details the story of Chinese company, Fuyao, after it moves into the former General Motors plant in Ohio.

American Factory is streaming on Netflix worldwide.

The Cave

Courtesy of National Geographic

Nominations: Best Documentary Feature

A gritty documentary about the Syrian war, The Cave follows female doctors as they fight against sexism as they try to save lives admist airstrikes.

The Cave is available for viewing through National Geographic’s streaming platform (which comes with Disney+) and has select screenings worldwide. Check their website for more information.

The Edge of Democracy

Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations: Best Documentary Feature

A Brazilian documentary following the politics of Brazil from the first term of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, The Edge of Democracy analyzes the rise and fall of the presidencies and the resulting consequences.

The documentary is streaming worldwide exclusively on Netflix.

For Sama

Courtesy of Amazon Prime Video

Nominations: Best Documentary Feature

For Sama intimately depicts the female perspective of war. While conflict surrounds Waad al-Kateab, she falls in love and experiences everything from love to birth of a child, Sama.

For Sama is available to stream on All 4 for UK viewers and on Prime Video and Kanopy worldwide for other viewers.

Honeyland

Courtesy of Hulu

Nominations: Best Documentary Feature, Best International Feature Film

Through ancient bee-keeping techniques, a woman in the mountains of Macedonia thrives as she cultivates honey. When her neighbors decide to do the same but do not heed her advice, tension grows.

Honeyland is available to stream on Hulu (US) and for rental/purchase through Amazon along with other select retailers worldwide.

In the Absence

Courtesy of Field of Vision

Nominations: Best Documentary Short Subject

Documenting the sinking of a Korean passenger ferry where over 300 civilians lost their lives, the film describes the tragedy and the justice which the victims’ family still demand from national authorities.

In the Absence is available for streaming for free on YouTube.

Learning to Skateboard in a War Zone (If You’re a Girl)

Courtesy of A&E

Nominations: Best Documentary Short Subject

In the war zone of Kabul, girls learn how to read, write, and skateboard despite the horrors of war which go on in their backyards.

The documentary is streaming on Hulu, A&E, Sling TV, and Philo. 

Life Overtakes Me

Courtesy of Netflix

Nominations: Best Documentary Short Subject

Due to uncertainties with their deportation statuses, hundreds of refugee children succumb to a coma-like illness called Resignation Syndrome.

Life Overtakes Me streams exclusively on Netflix, but is available worldwide.

St. Louis Superman

Courtesy of Meralta Films

Nominations: Best Documentary Short Subject

Nicknamed “Superman” by his constituents, Bruce Franks Jr. battles against an overwhelmingly white Missouri House of Representatives when he is elected. Overcoming adversity and personal trauma, Franks Jr. works to fulfill his destiny as a leader in his community.

St. Louis Superman is currently unavailable to stream/watch.

Walk, Run, Cha-Cha

Courtesy of the New York Times

Nominations: Best Documentary Short Subject

A short documentary by the New York Times, Walk, Run, Cha-Cha is about a Vietnamese couple that rediscovers their youth after forty years due to the Vietnam War.

The documentary is free and available for streaming through the New York Times website and Vimeo.

Brotherhood

Courtesy of Cinetelefilms

Nominations: Best Live Action Short Film

Returning home to rural Tunisia with a mysterious wife, Malek shocks his father who he has not spoken to for many years.

Brotherhood is available to watch on Vimeo for free.

Nefta Football Club

Courtesy of Les Valseurs

Nominations: Best Live Action Short Film

In Tunisia, children that love football come across a donkey wearing headphones on its head and carrying bags full of white powder.

Stream Nefta Football Club for free on Vimeo.

The Neighbors’ Window

Courtesy of Marshall Curry Productions

Nominations: Best Live Action Short Film

A frustrated mother’s (Maria Dizzia) life turns upside down when she realizes she can see inside the window of her new neighbor’s apartment.

The Neighbor’s Window is available to stream for free on Vimeo and YouTube.

Saria

Courtesy of Hungry Man

Nominations: Best Live Action Short Film

Based on a fire that killed forty-one girls at a Guatemalan orphanage, the film focuses on Saria and Ximea, sisters.

Saria is currently unavailable to stream online.

A Sister

Courtesy of Wallonie Bruxelles Images

Nominations: Best Live Action Short Film

A woman tries to call an emergency dispatcher without getting noticed.

Currently, A Sister is listed on YouTube, but unavailable for American audiences.

Corpus Christi

Courtesy of Aurum Films

Nominations: Best International Feature Film

A violent criminal, Daniel (Bartosz Bielenia) poses as a recently-ordained priest, because he cannot become one himself.

Corpus Christi is unavailable to stream online. Some theaters are showing the film, but searches online do not provide any results. Check your local theaters!

Les Misérables

Courtesy of SRAB Films

Nominations: Best International Feature Film

Despite the title, Les Misérables is not based off the Hugo novel; however, it is inspired by it. Describing the tensions which arise in a French district, the film explores abuses against the poor and police brutality.

Select theaters are showing Les Misérables. Check your local theater’s showtimes.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Courtesy of Lucasfilm Ltd.

Nominations: Best Sound Editing, Original Score, Best Visual Effects

The Resistance faces the First Order once again as they try to stop the evil group’s attempts to enact a new Empire.

The Star Wars film is still available worldwide. Use Fandango, Atom Tickets, and/or see your local cinema for showtimes near you.

Ad Astra

Courtesy of Fox

Nominations: Best Sound Mixing

In this sci-fi thriller, a mysterious event threatens the existence of Earth and it is up to Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) to fix it. Along the way, secrets about his past are revealed after thirty years.

Purchase Ad Astra or rent it using one of the retailers listed on the official Ad Astra website.

Rocketman

Courtesy of Paramount

Nominations: Best Original Song

A biographical picture about legend Elton John, Rocketman follows the musician’s rise to fame through his early beginnings, his breakthrough, and his international stardom.

Purchase or rent Rocketman through the retailers listened on Paramount’s official Rocketman website.

Breakthrough

Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox

Nominations: Best Original Song

When Joyce Smith’s (Chrissy Metz) adopted son falls through the ice at a frozen lake, he struggles to regain his strength. With her husband and pastor, Joyce prays for a miracle beside her son’s hospital bed.

Use the Breakthrough official website to find rentals and/or purchasing options.

Frozen II

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Courtesy of Disney

Nominations: Best Original Song

After hearing a mysterious voice call to her, Elsa, along with her friends and sister, embark on a journey to find the origin of her powers.

Frozen II is still available in theaters worldwide. Use Fandango, Atom Tickets, and/or your local theater’s website to get showtimes near you.

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Courtesy of Disney

Nominations: Best Makeup and Hair

As described by Disney: “Maleficent and her goddaughter Aurora begin to question the complex family ties that bind them as they are pulled in different directions by impending nuptials, unexpected allies and dark new forces at play.”

Some local theaters are still showing the Maleficent film, however the Disney website shows where you can purchase/rent the film now.

Avengers: Endgame

Courtesy of Marvel Studios

Nominations: Best Visual Effects

After the events of Avengers: Infinity War, the world is in shambles. The Avengers must assemble once more to fix the mistakes of the past.

Avengers: Endgame is streaming on Disney+ but can be rented/purchased through retailers listed on the Marvel website.

The Lion King

Courtesy of Disney

Nominations: Best Visual Effects

A live action remake of the classic 1994 animated film, Lion King, the film follows the same story line. After Simba witnesses the murder of his father, he flees his kingdom and learns responsibility and bravery.

The Lion King is streaming on Disney+ and can be purchased through a listed retailer on the Disney website.

Follow creative director Courtney Le on Twitter: @nidavellir_

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