The Hollywood Film Academy already has its Oscars 2023 winners. The Dolby Theater in Los Angeles (California) was decked out to deliver the most coveted ‘statues’ of the seventh art. Some prizes in which has swept one of the clear favourites, ‘Everything at once everywhere’ (‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’), by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, winning practically all the outstanding awards.
But, although she has succeeded without leaving too many options to the rest, she has not been the only one who has emerged victorious from the night in Hollywood. some tapes are still on the billboard but many of them They can already be seen on streaming platforms.
‘Everything at once everywhere’
The film that started as a favorite was ‘Everything at once everywhere‘, which already took three Golden Globes and now competed in 11 applications. Finally, it has met expectations, and has taken seven of the eleven options: best film, best direction, best leading actress, best supporting actress and actor, best original screenplay and best editing. It tells how an interdimensional rupture alters reality and the protagonist finds herself involved in a wild adventure in which only she can save the world.
- Where you can see ‘Everything at once everywhere‘: can be viewed at no additional cost at Movistar Plus+ and it’s possible rent or buy in Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, RakutenTV or Filmin.
‘The Whale’ (‘The whale’)
Thanks to this film, the actor from Indiana (USA) Brendan Fraser has made his peace with the industry with ‘The Whale’ (‘The whale’). After being one of the most beloved faces of the late 90s and early 2000s for his roles in ‘George of the Jungle’ or ‘The Mummy’, the American He disappeared -and he already explained his reasons, of weight-. Now, He has returned and he has done it in stylewith a harsh history (some consider it totally inhumane) and that provoked a standing ovation at the Venice Film Festival. The actor started out as a clear favorite to win the ‘statue’ and, finally, he has achieved it.
- Where to see ‘The Whale’ (‘The whale’): the film premiered in Spain on January 27, but still on the billboardso it cannot be seen via ‘streaming’.
‘No news at the front’
The tape that was favorite in the Bafta awards (with a record 14 nominations and taking six)’No news at the front‘, has also received the embrace of the Academy US. He has not stood out greatly, but from the nine Oscar nominations with which it counted, it has finally been done with four ‘statues’: best foreign film, best soundtrack, best production design and best photography. German-American history is a adaptation of the homonymous novel by Erich Maria Remarque of 1929 on World War I seen through the eyes of a 17-year-old German student.
- Where you can see ‘No news at the front’: the tape can be seen in Netflix.
‘They speak’ (‘Women Talking’)
‘They speak’ (‘Women Talking’, in original version) is an American drama film, directed and written by Sarah Polley, based on the homonymous novel of the same name by the writer Miriam Toews. The film stars Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Judith Ivey, Ben Whishaw and Frances McDormand (who is also a producer on the film) and is set in 2010. Eight women from an isolated Mennonite colony fight for reconcile the reality of their faith after it is revealed that men in their community drugged and raped women for years.
- Where you can see ‘They speak’ (‘Women Talking’): the film was released on February 17 in Spain and It is not yet on the streaming platformscan be seen in some movie theaters.
‘Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro’
‘Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro’ has won, without surprises, the Oscar for best animated film after winning in the rest of the film competitions this season. The Mexican-American-Italian musical film is Guillermo del Toro’s own dark fantasy, which he directs with Mark Gustafson. It is based on Gris Grimly’s illustrations from the Italian novel ‘The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi’ and is Del Toro’s debut as an animated feature film director.
- Where you can see ‘Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro’: the tape can be seen in Netflix.
‘An Irish Goodbye’
‘An Irish Goodbye’ has won the Oscar for best short film fictional after winning the Bafta. Written, produced and directed by Tom Berkeley and Ross White, this dark comedy set on a rural farm in Northern Ireland stars James Martin, Seamus O’Hara, Paddy Jenkins and Michelle Fairley. Turlough is estranged from his brother Lorcan, who has Down syndrome. After the death of his mother, Turlough returns to the family farm from London to sell the property and take Lorcan to live with his aunt, but Lorcan refuses.
- Where to see ‘An Irish Goodbye‘: the short can be seen at Movistar Plus+.
‘The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse’
A boy gets lost in the winter desert, where he meets the friendly Mole, who offers to help him find his way. The boy is looking for a home, which he has never had before, and he wants to grow up to be a kind person. While exploring, they come across a river and decide to follow it until they find civilization. Directed by Peter Baynton and Charlie Mackesy and written by Jon Croker and Mackesy, it has won the Oscar for best animated short.
- Where to see ‘The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse‘: the animated short can be seen on AppleTV+.
‘our baby elephant’
‘our baby elephant‘ (‘The elephant whisperers‘) has won for best short documentary. It narrates the bond that develops between a couple and an orphaned baby elephant, Raghu, who was entrusted to his care. The Indian Tamil documentary short film is directed by documentary filmmaker Kartiki Gonsalves in her directorial debut.
- Where to see ‘our baby elephant‘: the short documentary can be seen at Netflix.
‘Navalny‘ has won the award as best documentary film. Directed by Daniel Roher, the film revolves around Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and the events surrounding his poisoning.
- Where to see ‘Navalny‘: the short documentary can be seen at HBO Max (also produced by CNN).
Where to see the winning films of the Oscars 2023
In addition to these, ‘Avatar: the Way of Water‘which started with four nominations, finally It has only been done with the Oscar for best visual effects and can still be seen in theaters. For your part, ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever‘has won the award for best wardrobe and can be seen in Disney+. Finally, ‘Top Gun: Maverick‘who opted for six ‘statueettes’, has only taken the one of better sound and can be seen on Amazon Prime Video.