Oscars 2021 – Where to Watch the Films in the UK

Obviously this film awards season year has been as strange as the rest of 2020 and 2021, therefore without our cinemas in the UK it has been an even tougher task to catch the award seasons films. So I have decided to try and help out by listing the ways you can watch the Oscar nominated films in the UK and possible dates if they are not currently available.

Another Round – 25th June (Cinema?)
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm – Amazon Prime Video
Da 5 Bloods – Netflix
The Father – 11th June (Cinema?)
Hillbilly Elegy – Netflix
Judas and the Black Messiah – VOD rental
Mank – Netflix
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom – Netflix
Minari – VOD rental (from 2nd April)
Mulan – Disney+
News of the World – Netflix
Nomadland – Disney+ (from 30th April)
One Night in Miami – Amazon Prime Video
Onward – Disney+
Pieces of a Woman – Netflix
Promising Young Woman – Sky Cinema (from 16th April)
Soul – Disney+
Sound of Metal – Amazon Prime Video (from 16th April)
Tenet – Available to buy on all formats
The Trial of the Chicago 7 – Netflix
The United States vs Billie Holiday – Sky Cinema
Wolfwalkers – Apple TV+

Oscars 2020 – Winners

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Here we go with the full list of the winners from the 92nd Academy Awards, on what turned out to be a historic night with Parasite being the first foreign language film to pick up Best Picture and four awards overall! Well done Bong Joon-ho!

  • Best picture – Parasite
  • Actor in a leading role – Joaquin Phoenix for Joker
  • Actress in a leading role – Renee Zellweger for Judy
  • Best supporting actor – Brad Pitt for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
  • Best supporting actress – Laura Dern for Marriage Story
  • Directing – Bong Joon-ho for Parasite
  • Original screenplay – Parasite (Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won)
  • Adapted screenplay – Jojo Rabbit (Taika Waititi)

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Oscars 2020 – Acting Winners!

I always look forward to the picture of the four acting winners, but for whatever reason this year (so far) I have only managed to find this one with Joaquin Phoenix (Joker), Renee Zellweger (Judy) and Brad Pitt (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood). I mean where is Laura Dern?!?! As she has photos with Renee?

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Oscars 2020 – Best Supporting Actor

This year the Best Supporting Actor category is filled with familiar faces! Which is not a bad thing at all and considering all of the nominees are over 50 showing that men are getting good roles much older now as well. Anthony Hopkins 82, Al Pacino 79, Joe Pesci 77, Tom Hanks 63 and Brad Pitt 56! Now isn’t that very impressive!

Best Actor in a Supporting Role 2020

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Oscars 2020 – Best Supporting Actress

Over the years the Best Actress in a Supporting Role race has become a lot stronger and that is certainly a very positive and good thing! Showing that the female roles are well and truly improving. Laura Dern has been running away with everything this awards season with some people arguing that Marriage Story wasn’t even her best 2019 performance thinking about her in Little Women! Being full on team Jojo Rabbit I would love to see Scarlett Johansson getting this one!

Best Actress in a Supporting Role 2020

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Oscars 2020 – Best Picture

This year was certainly some kind of record of watching all the Best Picture nominees before the end of January, I mean even when the nominations were announced I only had Parasite left to see. Hopefully that is a good sign for the future and allowing better UK release dates for the awards buzz films. It can easily get frustrating at times and this year only one film out of the nine was a film I disliked intensely. I adore and love Jojo Rabbit, so much I have set a new cinema viewing record of five for that amazing film. With that I really liked and enjoyed the rest of the films. Which I guess is not bad at all and I feel that this years nominees are a lot stronger than last years! Just incase you haven’t heard about these films enough lets take one final look at them before the Academy Awards take place on Sunday!

Best Picture 2020

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