Oscars weekend is here – and there's a great deal of anticipation in the air as we wait to find out which films are going to take home the top prizes.

Of course, before you tune in to the ceremony, you might still have some catching up to do in terms of watching the nominated films – and the good news is that many of the movies up for awards are already available to watch in the comfort of your own home.

Of the 10 movies up for the coveted Best Picture award, seven of them are currently streaming, on a combination of subscription services such as Netflix and Prime Video and premium video-on-demand channels. You can find all the details below.

Meanwhile, the other three Best Picture nominees not listed below – Avatar: The Way of Water, The Fabelmans, and Women Talking – are still showing in cinemas, so you have the chance to watch them before the big night.

And there are numerous films nominated in other categories – such as Aftersun, Turning Red, and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery – that are also showing on various streamers.

Read on for all the details you need about how to watch the Oscar-nominated movies on streaming.

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    A middle-aged Chinese immigrant is swept up into an insane adventure in which she alone can save existence by exploring other universes and connecting with the lives she could have led. Fantasy comedy, starring Michelle Yeoh
  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    Period comedy drama starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. In a small Irish community, shepherd Pádraic lives a peaceful life, until one day his best pal Colm abruptly breaks off their long-standing friendship. Hurt and confused, Pádraic can't let the issue go, and the situation soon escalates to an extreme degree.
  • Elvis

    Gospel-loving singer Elvis Presley witnesses America's bitter racial divisions while continuing to support performers such as BB King and Little Richard. Falling under the spell of teenager Priscilla, he builds a home at Graceland for his parents. However, while manager Colonel Tom Parker exerts a grip over his talented asset, Elvis must choose between fame and family. Baz Luhrmann's biopic, starring Austin Butler, Tom Hanks and Olivia DeJonge
  • All Quiet on the Western Front

    First World War drama starring Felix Kammerer. In 1917, German teenager Paul forges a parental permission slip in order to enlist in the army. Soon, he experiences the horrors of trench warfare at first hand.
  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Action drama sequel starring Tom Cruise. US Navy fighter pilot Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is tasked with urgently training a cohort of young hotshots, in order to undertake a near-impossible mission and neutralise a dangerous enemy of the state. Assailed by problems both professional and personal, can Maverick stay on course and live to fight another day?
  • Triangle of Sadness

    Models and influencers Carl and Yaya are invited on a free trip aboard a hyper-luxury yacht alongside business tycoons and heiresses, who behave abominably towards the captain and his crew. When the vessel is shipwrecked during a violent storm, tables are turned. Comedy drama, starring Harris Dickinson and Charlbi Dean
  • Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio

    Oscar-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro reinvents the classic story of a wooden puppet brought to life in this stunning stop-motion musical tale. Animated family drama, with the voice of Ewan McGregor, David Bradley, Gregory Mann and Finn Wolfhard
  • Blonde

    A fictionalised biopic of Norma Jeane Mortenson from childhood, where she suffers abuse at the hands of her emotionally volatile mother Gladys. As Norma blossoms into the screen siren that the world knows as Marilyn Monroe, she is chewed up by a studio system run by powerful men.
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

    Still mourning the loss of their king T'Challa, the nation of Wakanda is pitted against intervening world powers as they are introduced to a new threat who goes by the name Namor. Marvel Studios' superhero sequel, starring Letitia Wright, Tenoch Huerta, Angela Bassett and Danai Gurira
  • The Whale

    Oscar winner Brendan Fraser stars as Charlie, a reclusive, obese English teacher who tries to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter. Drama, starring Brendan Fraser, Sadie Sink, Ty Simpkins and Hong Chau
  • To Leslie

    A West Texas single mother wins the lottery and squanders it just as fast, leaving behind a world of heartbreak. Years later, with her charm running out and nowhere to go, she fights to rebuild her life and find redemption. Drama, starring Andrea Riseborough, Allison Janney and Stephen Root
  • Turning Red

    In 2002 Toronto, 13-year-old Meilin Lee is humiliated by her mother Ming in front of secret crush Devon. The experience unlocks a dark family secret. Every time the teenager succumbs to embarrassment and excitement, she metamorphoses into a giant red panda. Animation, with the voices of Rosalie Chiang and Sandra Oh
  • Living

    During the 1950s, an ordinary man, reduced by years of oppressive office routine to a shadow existence, makes a supreme effort to turn his dull life into something wonderful. Drama, starring Bill Nighy, Tom Burke and Aimee Lou Wood
  • Aftersun

    Drama starring Paul Mescal and Frankie Corio. Now an adult, Sophie reminisces about a holiday she took to Turkey as a girl with her father, Calum. As she revisits her home video footage of the trip, Sophie reflects on her dad and the struggles with his mental health that she could only barely grasp as a child.
  • Navalny

    Documentary. Following his near-fatal poisoning by a nerve agent in 2020, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, along with his family and a group of dogged investigative reporters, resolves to find out who was behind the plot to silence him.
  • TÁR

    Lydia Tár, principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic, is poised to begin rehearsals of Mahler's Symphony No 5 with the players. When disturbing accusations surface about the maestro and a troubled graduate of her academy, every aspect of Tár's life comes under intense scrutiny. Writer/director Todd Field's drama, starring Cate Blanchett, Noémie Merlant and Nina Hoss
  • The Quiet Girl

    Rural Ireland 1981. A quiet, neglected girl is sent away from her dysfunctional family to live with foster parents for the summer. She blossoms in their care, but in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one. Drama, starring Catherine Clinch, Carrie Crowley and Andrew Bennett
  • The Batman

    When a masked terrorist known as The Riddler starts murdering seemingly innocent people, Batman puts his detective work to the test and starts investigating on the streets of Gotham. While doing so, he unravels a bigger picture and a larger threat to the residents of the city. Matt Reeves' comic-book drama, starring Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, Jeffrey Wright, Colin Farrell and Paul Dano
  • Glass Onion

    Detective Benoit Blanc heads to Greece to investigate a mystery surrounding a tech billionaire and his band of friends. Rian Johnson's comedy thriller, starring Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe and Kathryn Hahn
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