How to watch this year’s Oscar-winning films in Australia

With some truly memorable moments, from Chloe Zhao’s historic win to British actor Daniel Kaluuya thanking his parents for having sex, the 93rd Academy Awards have come and gone.

A number of excellent films collected Oscars at the event on Monday but, given cinemas closed their doors last year due to the pandemic, there’s a good chance you missed out on seeing some – or all – of them. Here’s how to catch up.

Frances McDormand and Chloe Zhao teamed up to win best picture, director and actress for Nomadland at the Oscars.Credit:Getty Images

Nomadland

Awards: Best picture, best director and best actress.

Why you should watch it: The film features real-life nomads and director Chloe Zhao is the first Asian woman to win the best director Oscar.

What our critics said: “The least actressy of actresses, [Frances] McDormand merges completely with the landscape and everybody in it.” – Sandra Hall

Where you can watch it: All major cinemas and Foxtel and Disney+ from Friday, April 30.

John David Washington in Tenet. Credit:Warner Bros

What our critics said: “[Nolan’s] action sequences are breathtaking – superbly controlled and brilliantly enhanced by the urgency of their percussive scores and unnerving sound effects.” – Sandra Hall

Where you can watch it: iTunes, Amazon, Microsoft Store, YouTube, Tenet and Fetch TV.

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