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The Hollywood Academy has already announced the 10 films that will compete for the gold statuette

Where to see the nominees for Best Picture at the Oscars 2023

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Actors, actresses, directors and films already know who among them are among the candidates to win one of the Oscars 2023. This past Tuesday, the Hollywood Academy announced the nominees for this 95th edition that will take place on March 12 at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.

All movie lovers will be able to take advantage of that date to see all these movies and be able to have their own opinion. But where can you find each of the titles?

These are the different platforms where you can see the nominees for Best Film

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‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’

Thirteen years after its prequel, ‘Avatar’ has returned to the big screen. Director James Cameron returns to write and direct his sequel, which is also the second part of a trilogy. At the moment, the film is still in theaters and It is not available on any of the platforms.

'All The Quiet On The Western Front'-

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AVAILABLE ON NETFLIX

‘All the Quiet On The Western Front’ (‘All The Quiet On The Western Front’)

Paul Baumer and his friends Albert and Muller, spurred on by romantic dreams of heroism, voluntarily enlist in the German army. Filled with emotion and patriotic fervor, the boys enthusiastically march toward a war they believe in. But once on the Western Front, they discover the soul-destroying horror of World War I. This film, directed by Edward Berger, is available on Netflix.

'The Banshees of Inisherin'

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‘Inisherin’s Banshees’ (‘The Banshees of Inisherin’)

Ireland, 1923. Pádraic and his best friend Colm live on the remote island of Inisherin. Every day, Pádraic picks up Colm at his house so they can go to the local pub together. Every day, until Colm suddenly decides that he wants nothing more to do with Pádraic. There’s no reason for it, Colm says, he just doesn’t like Pádraic anymore. But Pádraic is unconvinced, until the conflict between the former friends suddenly threatens to turn bloody.
This film, nominated for Best Film at the 2023 Oscars, is still can be seen on the big screen.

Elvis

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AVAILABLE ON HBO MAX

‘Elvis’

The film explores the life and music of Elvis Presley through the prism of his relationship with Colonel Tom Parker, his enigmatic manager. The story delves into the complex dynamic that existed between Presley and Parker spanning more than twenty years, from Presley’s rise to fame to his unprecedented stardom, against the backdrop of the Cultural Revolution and loss of innocence in America. . You can now enjoy ‘Elvis’ through HBO Maxor you can rent it on Apple TV, Rakuten TV, Google Play or Prime Video for €3.99.

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Everything Everywhere All at Once

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AVAILABLE ON MOVISTAR +

‘Everything at once everywhere’ (‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’)

When an interdimensional rift alters reality, Evelyn, a Chinese immigrant to the United States, is thrown into a wild adventure where only she can save the world. Lost in the endless worlds of the multiverse, this unlikely heroine must channel her new powers to fight the strange and bewildering dangers of the multiverse while the fate of the world hangs in the balance. You can now enjoy this film through Movistar +. In addition, you can rent it for €1.99 on Prime Video, for €2.99 on Google Play, or for €3.99 on Apple TV or Rakuten TV.

'The Fabelmans'

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‘The Fabelmans’ (‘The Fabelmans’)

‘The Fabelmans’ is a semi-autobiographical film based on the life of film director Steven Spielberg. Steven grew up in Arizona and the story is loosely based on his childhood. There are many parallels with the life of the American film director. Spielberg has written the teen drama together with Tony Kushner, who has already worked on Munich, Lincoln and West Side Story. The music was composed by John Williams, who is working with Spielberg for the 29th time. This movie It will hit theaters on February 10, 2023.

'tar'

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‘tar’

Lydia Tár is at the peak of her fame. The conductor is the first woman to conduct the Berlin Philharmonic, she teaches at the prestigious Juilliard School of Music in New York, the presentation of her book is approaching, and she is preparing a concert of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 that will be the culmination of his career. But in a few weeks, everything collapses. Tár is a very topical film that analyzes and illustrates power and its abuses in a post #MeToo society through an extremely demanding environment, even more so for a woman.
You can enjoy this movie in theaters.

'Top Gun: Maverick'

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‘Top Gun: Maverick’

Pete’Maverick‘ Mitchell has been working as a test pilot for thirty years, trying to avoid the honorable promotion that would end his flying days. Being one of the best airmen in the Navy, he is tasked with training a detachment of Top Gun graduates. The group has a special mission that requires them to go where no pilot has gone before. Can Maverick help Rooster (the son of his late friend “Goose”) get over his uncertain future? You can now hit play this movie starring Tom Cruise via Prime Video.

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'Triangle of Sadness'

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‘The triangle of sadness’ (‘Triangle of Sadness’)

After Fashion Week, Carl and Yaya, a couple of models and influencers, are invited to a yacht on a luxury cruise. While the crew provides all the necessary attention to the rich guests, the captain refuses to leave his cabin, despite the imminent arrival of the famous gala dinner. Events take an unexpected turn and the balance of power is reversed when a storm arises that endangers the comfort of the passengers. The fim directed by Ruben Östlund is available in theaters.

'Women Talking'

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‘They speak’ (‘Women Talking’)

From the outside, the remote religious community of Molotschna appears peaceful. A small group of families live on the farm, everyone wears traditional clothing, and technology is nowhere to be seen. But under the cloak of tranquility hides a terrible violence. When the women of the colony discover that they are regularly drugged and raped by their husbands, they have a choice to make: should they do nothing, leave the colony, or stay and fight?
Enjoy this movie directed by Sarah Polley in theaters.

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