Your Guide to Streaming This Year’s Oscar-Nominated Films

Time for an awards-worthy binge sesh
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Even if you would never sit around watching the Oscars ceremony on TV, scrolling though the list of films that received Academy Award nominations is a good way to discover movies you may have meant to see during the year but missed. And, thanks to our glorious age of all streaming everything, you can catch up on most of the flicks without even leaving your couch.

Almost all of the films in the best-film categories—best animated, best documentary, best foreign language, and overall best—are available to stream now. Here are the details for your next Oscar-caliber binge.


Stream Oscar Best Picture Nominees

Black Panther: Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play
BlacKkKlansman: Amazon PrimeYouTube, Google Play
Bohemian Rhapsody: Amazon Prime
The Favourite: Amazon Prime (pre-order)
Green Book: Amazon Prime (pre-order, to be released February 19)
Roma: Netflix
A Star Is Born: YouTubeGoogle Play
Vice: YouTubeAmazon PrimeGoogle Play (preorder)

Stream Oscar Best Animated Feature Nominees

Incredibles 2: Amazon PrimeYouTube, Google Play
Isle of Dogs: Amazon Prime, YouTube, HBO Go
Mirai: Not currently available to stream; preorder on DVD or Blu-ray at Amazon 
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Amazon Prime (preorder)
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: Amazon Prime (preorder)

Stream Oscar Best Documentary Feature Nominees

Free Solo: Amazon Prime, iTunes (preorder, to be released February 5),
Hale County This Morning, This Evening: Not currently available online
Minding the Gap: Hulu
Of Fathers and Sons: Kanopy
RBG: Hulu, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play

Stream Oscar Best Foreign Language Film Nominees

Capernaum (Lebanon): Not currently available online
Cold War (Poland): Amazon Prime (preorder, to be released March 22)
Never Look Away (Germany): Not currently available online
Roma (Mexico)Netflix
Shoplifters (Japan): Amazon Prime (preorder, to be released February 12)


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