95th Academy Awards: Where to stream the 2023 Oscar winners

95th Academy Awards: Where to stream the 2023 Oscar winners

Top Gun: Maverick, Avatar: The Way of Water, and The Whale were just some of the movies nominated for an Oscar at this year’s awards.

However, one movie dominated them all. Everything, Everywhere, All At Once (fittingly) won nearly everything during the star-studded ceremony, including the Best Picture and Best Director accolades.

Check out our full list of this year’s Oscar winners here.

How many of the winning movies have you seen? If there are any you have missed, now is the perfect time to catch up with them. Below is a rundown of the feature-length winners and where you can currently stream these movies in the US and the UK.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

Awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing

This multiversal adventure from directors Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan won several major awards during the evening and deservedly so, as it really is one of the best movies of the year. As of March 12th of this year, the movie had made a total of $108 million at the worldwide box office, making it the highest-grossing picture in studio A24’s history.

We called the movie a ‘stunning work of art’ in our review of Everything Everywhere All At Once, and praised it for its amazing fight scenes and beautiful writing.

Where to stream: The movie is available to Amazon Prime subscribers in the UK and Showtime subscribers in the US. The movie can also be rented or bought from such digital retailers as Amazon, Apple TV, and Vudu.

All Quiet On The Western Front

Awards: Best International Feature, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design,  Best Original Score

This German adaptation of the classic World War 1 novel received a total of nine nominations this year and eventually took home four awards. With its antiwar stance, the movie is very topical, which could be why it resonated with so many at the time of its release. It’s not an easy watch but nor should it be, as it’s another reminder of the horrors and futility of war.

“One of the best war movies in recent times,” we said in our review of All Quiet On The Western Front, so is well worth a look if you haven’t yet seen this visceral and heart-wrenching movie already.

Where to stream: The movie is currently exclusive to Netflix subscribers in the UK, the US, and most other regions.

The Whale

Awards: Best Actor, Best Makeup

Brendan Fraser made his career comeback with this emotionally charged tale from director Darren Aronofsky. Adapted from a one-room play by the director, it tells the tale of a morbidly obese English teacher who tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter when he realises he is dying. Fraser deservedly won the Oscar for Best Actor and the makeup team rightly received an award for the onscreen transformation of his character.

Where to stream: At the time of writing, those wishing to stream the movie will have to rent or purchase the movie online. Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Apple TV are just some of the digital retailers that have made the movie available to customers.

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Award: Best Animated Feature

This was the second Pinocchio movie to be released in 2022 and by far the best. Whereas Robert Zemeckis’ live-action Pinocchio was an almost scene-by-scene remake of Disney’s bright and cheerful 1940 animated feature, Del Toro gave us a stop-motion animated musical that is much darker in tone and story. It’s not altogether grim – the wooden Pinocchio still has the ability to make us smile – so you shouldn’t be put off by the occasionally scary imagery and war-torn setting. You can read our review of Pinocchio here.

Where to stream: The movie is exclusive to Netflix subscribers in the UK, the US, and most other regions.


Award: Best Original Song

RRR currently stands as the 4th highest-grossing Indian movie at the worldwide box office. This historical and larger-than-life epic wasn’t eligible for the Best International Feature award at this year’s Oscars but it did win the Best Song for Naatu Naatu, beating competing songs from such heavyweights as Rhianna and Lady GaGa.

Where to stream: The movie can be streamed on Netflix in the UK, the US, and most other regions. Viewers wanting to watch RRR in its original language can also stream the movie with a ZEE5 Global subscription.

Top Gun: Maverick

Top Gun: Maverick

Award: Best Sound

The box office champion of 2022 received six nominations, including one for Best Picture, but the Tom Cruise-starring sequel only took home the award for Best Sound.

With its incredible VFX and sound design, the movie is breathtaking to behold, and is undoubtedly one of the best movies of the year, even though it didn’t receive the ultimate accolade at this year’s Oscars. You can read our review of Top Gun: Maverick here.

Where to stream: Top Gun: Maverick is available to stream on Paramount+ and Now TV in the UK and Paramount+ and MGM+ in the US. The movie is also available to rent or purchase from most digital retailers.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Award: Best Costume Design

This blockbuster sequel to 2018’s Black Panther received five nominations, including Best Supporting Actress for Angela Bassett and Best Original Song for Lift Me Up which was sung by Rhianna. In the end, the Marvel movie only won one award, for the incredible costumes that Ruth E. Carter designed for the characters of Wakanda and the underwater inhabitants of Talokan.

You can read our review of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever here.

Where to stream: Those with a Disney+ subscription in the UK and US can watch the movie on the streaming service. The movie is also available to rent or purchase from most digital retailers.

Women Talking

Award: Best Screenplay

Director Sarah Polley adapted the movie from the 2018 novel by Miriam Toews of the same name. The movie, which is inspired by true events, focuses on a group of Mennonite women who meet to talk about the abusive men in their community and how they should move forward to better their own lives. It’s a highly impassioned piece of filmmaking that is relevant to many people in our society today.

Where to stream: The movie was available to stream for a limited time on Amazon Prime Video but as that window has now passed, UK and US viewers will have to purchase or rent Woman Talking online.

Avatar: The Way of Water

Award: Best Visual Effects

The original Avatar won three Oscars at the 2010 ceremony but the sequel, despite receiving four nominations, only went home with one.

James Cameron’s movie is a real feast for the eyes, so it’s little wonder that it won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects. Surprisingly, for a movie 12 years in the making, the story was a tad predictable and too similar to that of its predecessor. Still, if it’s a big-budget spectacle you want, you can’t go wrong with this one as much of the movie’s $250 million budget is up there on the screen.

Where to stream: The movie will become available on Disney+ in the UK and US but we don’t have a release date yet. It will be released on digital platforms to buy or rent at the end of March.

Are you planning to watch any of these Oscar winners? Were you happy with the Academy’s decisions? Let us know in the comments below. 

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