14 Mar, 2023


Oscar 2023: Where To Watch Oscar Winning Films

By FactsWow Team

A Race That Is Neck-And-Neck

With the victory, Michelle Yeoh ended a neck-and-neck race against Cate Blanchett for Best Actress.

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Four Awards Were Given Out In Total

Brendan Fraser, who played the whale in All Quiet on the Western Front, received four awards in Oscar 2023

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Categorized Accordingly

In their respective categories of nomination, RRR and The Elephant Whisperers by Guneet Monga won awards in Oscar 2023

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Watching Is A New Pleasure

Movie lovers have a new reason to watch these Oscar-winning films now that they have been honoured with an Oscar 2023.

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Streaming Services Online

Online streaming platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video are good places to watch these movies.

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The Nearest Theatres Have These Movies

There are many Oscar-winning movies you will need to see in theatres to fully appreciate their beauty, including The Whale, Everywhere All At Once, and Avatar: The Way Of Water.

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Netflix Has Oscar-Winning Movies

You can watch Netflix's Pinocchio and All Quiet on the Western Front, as well as RRR and The Elephant Whisperers, among other movies.

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Amazon Prime Video Movies

A streaming version of Top Gun: Maverick is available on Amazon Prime Video, which won the award for Best Sound.

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Apple TV+ Offers Oscar-Winning Movies

There is a short film called Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse available on Apple TV+ that won the Best Animated Short Film award. 

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Hotstar Disney+ Films

As part of the ceremony, Rihanna performed 'Lift Me Up' from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, a Disney+ Hotstar release. The movie is available on Disney+ Hotstar.

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Streaming Is Not Available For These Films

It may take a little while to watch other Oscar-winning movies in India, including Navalny, An Irish Goodbye, and Women Talking.

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