The 95th Academy Awards aired March 12, 2023, and while there was nary a slap in sight, there was still plenty of drama thanks to historic wins and moving speeches (see the full list of nominees here).
Everything Everywhere All at Once—currently streaming on Showtime—led all nominees with 11 nods, and was declared the big winner of the night with seven victories in major categories including Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, and Best Director. Michelle Yeoh made history as the first Asian woman to win Best Actress, while her co-star (and former child actor) Ke Huy Quan gave a moving and emotional speech after winning Best Supporting Actor.
Looking to stream 2023 Oscar winners and nominees? Nearly all of them are available to stream right now, and the rest are available on VOD rental through Amazon, Apple, Google Play, and Vudu.
We’ve rounded up 2023 Oscar-nominated movies from every major category, including Best Picture, Best International Feature, Best Documentary, and all the acting awards, so you can stream to your heart’s content. Read on to see where you can stream this year’s Oscar nominees!
Want to watch even more Oscar-caliber films? Here’s where to stream the 2021 and 2022 winners and nominees.
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All Quiet on the Western Front
Winner: Best Cinematography, Best International Feature Film, Best Original Score, Best Production Design
Other nominations: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Visual Effects, Best Sound
This is the first German-language remake of the 1930 Oscar-winner for Best Picture (itself based on Erich Maria Remarque’s powerful novel about life in the trenches during World War I). Daniel Brühl and Felix Kammerer star as the story’s German soldiers.
Key nominations: Best Lead Actress
Based on a 2000 Joyce Carol Oates novel that fictionalized the life of Marilyn Monroe, Netflix’s NC-17 film (its first!) stars Ana de Armas as the tragic sex symbol. Shot mostly in black and white and originally intended for theatrical release, the controversial film also stars Bobby Cannavale and Adrien Brody as Joe DiMaggio and Arthur Miller, respectively.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
Key nominations: Best Adapted Screenplay
Natty detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) returns for another murder mystery filled with dastardly rich people in Rian Johnson’s follow-up to the 2019 smash hit movie. Glass Onion has drawn raves for its mix of comedy and wry social commentary.
Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio
Winner: Best Animated Feature Film
Already the Golden Globe winner in the category, this strange, sad retelling of the classic honesty tale has earned plaudits for its beautiful stop-motion animation. It also features the voices of A-listers like Ewan McGregor (as Jiminy Cricket), Christoph Waltz, Tilda Swinton, and Cate Blanchett.
Winner: Best Original Song
This epic action film from India was nominated for a Golden Globe but snubbed by the Oscars in the International Feature category, though “Naatu Naatu” did pick up the Globe for Best Original Song (beating out the likes of Taylor Swift and Rihanna in the process). Depicting real-life Indian revolutionaries in the fight against the British Raj in the 1920s, RRR is, to date, the most expensive Indian movie ever made.
The Sea Beast
Key nominations: Best Animated Feature Film
A swashbuckling tale of adventure and understanding, The Sea Beast follows two young people descended from a long line of maritime hunters who inadvertently bond with a legendary sea monster. Karl Urban voices the lead character, Jacob.
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All That Breathes
Key nominations: Best Documentary Feature Film
This Hindi-language documentary follows two brothers in New Delhi who’ve made it their mission to rescue and rehabilitate Black Kite birds that are falling victim to the city’s deadly air pollution.
The Banshees of Inisherin
Key nominations: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor (x2), Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Screenplay, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score
Notching nine nominations, this Irish film starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson is nominally about a falling out between two best friends (one of whom abruptly informs the other that he is too dull), and the subsequent dire consequences. Billed as a “dark tragicomedy,” The Banshees of Inisherin reunites not only Farrell and Gleeson, but also writer-director Martin McDonagh, from the 2008 cult film In Bruges.
Key nominations: Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Sound
On the one hand, this is a biopic in the vein of former Oscar movies like Ray and Walk the Line that follows the rise and fall of a musical icon. On the other, it’s directed by Baz Luhrmann so it is far more lush and whimsical than standard biopic fare, to the point that even Tom Hanks (playing Elvis Presley’s ur-shady manager, Colonel Tom Parker) comes across as super weird. Either way, Austin Butler is spellbinding as The King.
Winner: Best Documentary Feature Film
This haunting documentary profiles Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny—target of an assassination-by-poison attempt in 2020—and his fight for democracy in Russia, even as he sits in prison.
Oscar films on Hulu
Triangle of Sadness
Key nominations: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay
This satirical black comedy—the first in English from Swedish director Ruben Östlund—won the Palme d’Or at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. About the misadventures of a random group of wealthy travelers (and crew) aboard a superyacht, it seems to draw on everything from Below Deck and Gilligan’s Island to Knives Out and Lost.
Oscar movies on Disney Plus
Avatar: The Way of Water (TBC)
Winner: Best Visual Effects
Other nominations: Best Picture, Best Production Design, Best Sound
This long-gestating follow-up to the 2009 smash hit has once again made waves at the box office (it was the top-grossing film of 2022), in particular earning plaudits for its cutting-edge technical achievements. Though no firm release date has been announced, it’s expected to start streaming on Disney Plus soon, perhaps as early as April 2023.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Winner: Best Costume Design
Other nominations: Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Song, Best Visual Effects, Best Makeup and Hairstyling
It was a tall task simply following up Black Panther’s outstanding box office performance and paradigm-shifting reception, but seemed nigh impossible after star Chadwick Boseman’s unexpected death in 2020. And yet Ryan Coogler and Co. gave us another stirring, thoughtful superhero movie with a powerhouse performance from Angela Bassett as a grieving Queen Ramonda, and perhaps an even more sympathetic antagonist than Killmonger in Tenoch Huerta Mejia’s Namor.
Fire of Love
Key nomination: Best Documentary Feature Film
This intriguing documentary—with narration from Miranda July—profiles French scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft, who died in 1991 pursuing their joint passion: volcanoes. The film features the Kraffts’ own up-close footage of some of the 20th century’s most notorious volcanic eruptions.
Key nominations: Best Animated Feature Film
Turning Red is a delightful coming-of-age film that just about all of us could identify with: “Dorky” 13-year-old Mei Lee must confront changes to her body and relationships along with a protective and overbearing mother (voiced by Sandra Oh). And you thought puberty was bad: when she gets overly excited she “poofs” into a giant red panda!
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Key nomination: Best International Feature Film
Based on a true story, this David vs. Goliath story portrays the underdog legal team that fought for justice on the behalf of the victims of Argentina’s bloody Military Junta, which lasted from 1976-83. Argentina, 1985 is the odds-on favorite after winning this category at the Golden Globes.
Winner: Best Adapted Screenplay
Key nominations: Best Picture
Sarah Polley wrote and directed this film (based on a novel) depicting real-life events at the Manitoba Mennonite colony in Bolivia, where a group of women stand up to fight against the men who have controlled them all their lives. Stars include Kate Mara, Frances McDormand (also a producer), Claire Foy, and Ben Whishaw. NB: Through Sunday, March 12 at 9 p.m. ET Women Talking streams for free on Amazon Prime Video.
Oscar movies on Apple TV+
Key nomination: Best Supporting Actor
This A24-produced film stars Jennifer Lawrence as a soldier adapting to life at home after suffering a traumatic brain injury in Afghanistan. The always excellent Brian Tyree Henry earned a Best Supporting Actor nomination as a mechanic also suffering from mental and physical trauma.
Oscar-nominated films on Paramount+
Top Gun: Maverick
Winner: Best Sound
Other nominations: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Film Editing, Best Original Song, Best Visual Effects
An acting Oscar continues to elude Tom Cruise. One of the biggest hits of 2022, Top Gun: Maverick is set 30 years after the events of the original Top Gun, and finds the intrepid fighter pilot training a new generation of rag-tag daredevils.
Oscar-nominated films on Peacock
Key nominations: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Screenplay, Best Production Design, Best Original Score
Perhaps Steven Spielberg’s most intimate and personal movie ever, The Fabelmans is based on his not-always-happy childhood and how he escaped a sometimes-fraught homelife by immersing himself in movie-making from a young age. Given how the Oscars generally love movies about movies, we expect this one to get some love. NB: The Fabelmans is currently available for rental on all major platforms, but is expected to be released on Peacock in February or March.
Key nominations: Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Original Screenplay
This psychological drama from Todd Field (that’s kind of his specialty) depicts the tumultuous decline (both psychological and professional) of world-famous musician and conductor Lydia Tár, played here by Cate Blanchett. This was the eighth acting nomination for Blanchett, who already nabbed the Golden Globe for her performance.
Oscar movies on Showtime
Everything Everywhere All at Once
Winner: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Film Editing, Best Original Screenplay
Other nominations: Best Original Song, Best Costume Design, Best Original Score
Michelle Yeoh is simply stunning in this original, head-spinning genre mashup about an Asian-American immigrant family with a penchant for action-packed multiverse hopping. Basically the entire lead cast has been nominated for acting awards, and most are favored to pick up statues.
Other Oscar nominees to stream or rent from Apple, Amazon, Google Play, and/or Vudu:
A House Made of Splinters
Key nomination: Best Documentary Feature Film
Streaming on: BBC iPlayer
This heartbreaking documentary—made in cooperation between Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Ukraine—depicts the children and educators at an orphanage in eastern Ukraine, while the war with Russia rages nearby.
Key nomination: Best Actor
Following up on his strong performance in Normal People, the Irish actor Paul Mescal earned a nod here for his turn as a stressed out single father on holiday with his 11-year-old daughter in Turkey.
Key nominations: Best Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay
The inimitable Bill Nighy has just earned his first Oscar nomination (!) at the ripe old age of 73 for his performance in this film about an English bureaucrat in 1953 London who is battling a fatal illness. Living is adapted from a 1952 Akira Kurosawa film, itself inspired by the 1866 Tolstoy novella The Death of Ivan Ilyich.
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On
Key nomination: Best Animated Feature Film
Based on a series of zeitgeisty YouTube shorts created in the 2010s by the comedian Jenny Slate and her collaboration partner Dean Fleischer Camp, this whimsical, slightly sad movie features a mix of live action and animation about an anthropomorphic shell and his grandmother Connie.
Key nomination: Best Actress
The beneficiary of vociferous lobbying by Hollywood A-listers, To Leslie is an indie film about a single mother (and former lottery winner) struggling with alcoholism who forms a friendship with a motel owner (played by Marc Maron). Andrea Riseborough’s stirring performance in the title role has significantly raised the movie’s profile.
Winner: Best Actor, Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Other nominations: Best Supporting Actress
We’re not in Encino anymore. Brendan Fraser transformed himself for this role as a morbidly obese, reclusive college writing professor struggling with guilt and broken relationships, and earned himself an Oscar statuette in the process. Hong Chau (who plays his nurse and best friend) also received a nomination for her performance, and Sadie Sink of Stranger Things co-stars as his estranged teenage daughter.