How to Watch All the 2022 Oscar Winners Online from 'CODA' to 'King Richard'
By Kyley Warren
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The films that were honored at the 94th Academy Awards on Sunday span genres and streaming services. Apple made history as the first streaming service to take home the Best Picture Oscar for CODA. The talent and unique storytelling represented amongst this year's winners is perhaps more impressive now than ever before.
Despite 27 nominations, Netflix left Sunday's ceremony with one Oscar won by Jane Campion who became the third woman to win Best Director for her film The Power of the Dog. Disney+ meanwhile, won for Encanto (Best Animated Feature Film), Summer of Soul (Best Documentary Feature), and Cruella (Best Costume Design).
For the second year in a row, every Oscar winner is available to watch at home. Here’s a complete guide to where you can stream this year's Oscar-winning films online.
Starring Will Smith in a critically acclaimed performance, King Richard follows the journey of an instrumental father as he raises and trains two of the world's gifted athletes: Venus and Serena Williams.
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Actress in a Leading Role: Jessica Chastain, The Eyes of Tammy Faye
This musical fantasy from Walt Disney Animation Studios introduces viewers to the Madrigals, a family that resides in the isolated, Colombian mountains of Encanto -- a magical place known for its powers to bestow a unique gift upon every child (all except Mirabel).
Drive My Car is a feature-length adaptation of a short story by the acclaimed Japanese author Haruki Murakami. A stage actor, Yûsuke Kafuku is asked to direct a theater festival in Hiroshima, where a young woman is appointed to chauffer him. Over the course of their long car rides, a mysterious bond begins to form between the two strangers.
Film Editing, Cinematography, Music, Production Design, Visual Effects, and Sound: Dune
Guillermo Del Toro's neo-noir remake of the 1947 classic follows what transpires after a manipulative carnie and shrink join forces -- with Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Toni Collette and Willem Dafoe all starring in the flick.
This star-studded satire film explores the realities of a society that ignores the looming dangers of climate change. Plus, it features Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Tyler Perry, Jonah Hill and more.
Kristen Stewart has landed her first Best Actress Oscar nomination for her portrayal as Princess Diana in Pablo Larrain’s 'Spencer'. The film follows Diana over a three-day weekend in 1991 as she stays at the queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England, for Christmas festivities. While there, she grapples with her mental health and the decision to end her marriage to Prince Charles.
From acclaimed writer and performer Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tick, Tick ... Boom! tells the story of a theater composer on the brink of turning 30 who confronts the pressure to "create something great before time runs out."
Raya and The Last Dragon — another hit animated feature from Walt Disney Studios — follows the journey of the lone warrior Raya, as she tracks down the last of the dragons of Kumandra in an effort to save humanity.
This quirky comedy follows the journey of a bank teller (played by Ryan Reynolds) as he discovers his existence is actually based as a background character in a video game. Talk about major main character energy!