The Oscars 2022 nominations are finally out and now we only have *checks phone* six weeks to wait until we find out who the actual winners are. So, to fill the time, and so we can cast our own vote — although sadly not an official one — as to who should we win, we’re setting ourselves the task of watching all the films nominated for best picture ahead of the actual ceremony (which takes place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on 27 March).
The only slight snag is that they aren’t all available on Netflix *gasps and faints* and so we’ve had to go on the hunt for exactly where we can watch them. Luckily for you though, we’ve saved you the trouble of doing the same, and instead have put together a handy guide for catching up with all of this year’s feature-length Oscar noms.
Prep your watchlists, people — we’ll see you on the red carpet (via our TV sets, obv).
First things first though, let’s get up to speed with exactly which films have been nominated. You can find the full list of nominations for Oscars 2022 best picture below:
Don’t Look Up
Drive My Car
The Power of the Dog
West Side Story
Now we’re all clued-up, here’s where to watch them all.
Where to watch all the films nominated for best picture at the Oscars
Where to watch Belfast
Just like most of this year’s nominees, Belfast is available to stream at home. You can currently rent the film online via Amazon Prime, Apple TV+ or YouTube. You can also go and see it on the big screen (remember those?).
Where to watch CODA
You can currently only watch CODA, which follows, Ruby — the only hearing member of a deaf family from Gloucester, Massachusetts —, on Apple TV+ in the UK.
Where to watch Don’t Look Up
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence’s latest film, Don’t Look Up, seemed to be all anyone could talk about when it began streaming on Netflix back in December 2021. The film can still be watched via the streaming platform or various Curzon Cinemas are still hosting a limited number of showings.
Where to watch Drive My Car
Drive My Car can still be seen in cinemas currently, though it is coming to the end of its run. Otherwise, the already award-winning film can be watched via Amazon Prime.
Where to watch Dune
Dune is available to watch via YouTube and, currently, at various independent cinemas.
Where to watch King Richard
King Richard is one of the more trickier nominees when it comes to where to watch the film, although it is currently available to those who have access to an HBO Max add-on.
Where to watch Licorice Pizza
There have been no plans announced for Licorice Pizza to hit streaming sites in the coming months, but the film is still currently on at various cinemas.
Where to watch Nightmare Alley
Nightmare Alley is currently streaming on HBO Max and Hulu, and is still available to watch on the big screen.
Where to watch The Power of the Dog
The Power of The Dog is available to stream via Netflix, as well as still being shown at various nationwide cinemas.
Where to watch West Side Story
Currently, West Side Story is exclusive to cinemas, although we could see it appearing on Disney+ in the next few months.
In the meantime, you can view the entire list of nominees, including ‘best director’ and ‘best actress’ (is that Olivia Colman and Kristen Stewart going head-to-head we spy?) for the Oscars 2022 here.