Where to watch the 2024 Oscar-winning films?

The 96th Oscars gala has ended with practically all predictions fulfilled.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
10 March 2024 Sunday 11:24
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Where to watch the 2024 Oscar-winning films?

The 96th Oscars gala has ended with practically all predictions fulfilled. Oppenheimer, which won the statuette for Best Film among other great awards, and the eccentric Poor Creatures have shared the vast majority of awards.

Now that everything is over, it is normal to want to see the winning films and see for yourself if they are really worthy of the Oscar. Fortunately, the vast majority are available on platforms to stream at any time.

The biopic, directed by Christopher Nolan, delves into the life of Robert Oppenheimer, leader of the Manhattan Project. Through his ethical dilemma and personal relationships, the film classifies him neither as a hero nor as a villain. It is available for rent or purchase on Amazon Prime Video.

Emma Stone plays Bella Baxter, revived by scientist Dr. Baxter, and embarks on a great adventure with lawyer Duncan Wedderburn. The film, which stands out for its message of equality and liberation, will premiere on Disney next Thursday, March 14, with rental or purchase options on Movistar Plus, Apple TV, Rakuten and Google Play Movies/YouTube.

Sandra Voyter, a German writer, faces the tragic death of her husband Samuel in the French Alps, becoming the main suspect in the murder. As the police unravel the disturbing psychological plot in her relationship, Sandra fights to prove her innocence. The film will be available on Filmin and Movistar Plus starting April 5.

Thelonious Monk Ellison, faced with the narrow vision that the literary market has of the African-American experience, opts for a radical experiment: he writes a novel full of racial clichés under a pseudonym. Contrary to his expectations, the work becomes a sales phenomenon, dragging the author into an internal conflict and plunging him into an identity crisis. It is available on Amazon Prime Video.

Jonathan Glazer has directed a film that offers a terrifying and fresh perspective on World War II, and which has been awarded the Oscar for Best International Film. The story is set in the heart of the Nazi Holocaust, entering the life of Sandra Hüller, a mother who lives with her children in a seemingly idyllic garden house. However, the dark backdrop to this pastoral setting is its proximity to Auschwitz, the extermination camp. The film will be available to the public on Movistar Plus from May 10 and on Filmin from May 17.

An essential work has been created for Studio Ghibli fans. It tells the journey of Mahito, a boy who lost his mother in World War II and embarks on a transcendental search between the world of the living and the world of the dead. Accompanied by a unique heron, Mahito discovers that death is not an absolute end, but the beginning of new realities. At the moment it cannot be seen on any platform.

The latest production from Toho Studios moves to a post-war Japan tormented by the appearance of Godzilla. This installment, noted as one of the most notable about the iconic kaiju, is a unique cinematographic experience by presenting the lizard in a totally different way. It cannot be viewed on any platform at this time.