Where to see all the films nominated for the 2022 Oscars in the United States and Mexico?

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Alexandra Ramos

(CNN Spanish) – The nominees for the 94th Academy Awards have already been announced, and while several films have been released exclusively in theaters, many more have been released via streaming platforms.

So if you want to prepare for the Oscars ceremony on March 27, we tell you where you can see the nominated films, whether you are in the United States or Mexico.

Some movies can be seen for free through streaming services, others you’ll have to pay to purchase or rent, and other titles have been reserved to be enjoyed exclusively on the big screen.

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Be the Ricardos

Nicole Kidman as Lucille Ball in “Being the Ricardos”.

Nominations: Best Actress (Nicole Kidman), Best Actor (Javier Bardem) and Best Supporting Actor (JK Simmons). Available in the United States and Mexico on: Amazon Prime Video.

Belfast

Judi Dench, Jude Hill and Ciarán Hinds in ‘Belfast’ by director Kenneth Branagh (Rob Youngson/Focus Features).

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Director (Kenneth Branagh), Best Supporting Actress (Judi Dench), Best Supporting Actor (Ciarán Hinds), Best Sound Editing, Best Original Screenplay and Best Original Song (“Down to Joy “). Available in the US: theaters and on sale for $19.99 on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube, Vudu and Google Play. Available in Mexico: theatrical release March 10.

coda

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor (Troy Kotsur). Available in the United States: cinemas, Apple TV+. Available in Mexico: cinemas, and for rent for 50 Mexican pesos at Cinépolis Klic.

cruel

‘Cruella’ – Oscar winner Emma Stone stars in a new live-action feature about the rebellious early days of one of cinema’s most notorious and hippest. villains, the legendary Cruella de Vil. (Disney +) Disney

Nominations: Best Costume Design and Best Makeup and Hairstyling. Available in the US and Mexico on: Disney+.

Cyrano

Nominations: Best Costume Design. Available USA: cinemas. Available in Mexico: theatrical release April 14.

Don’t look up

Meryl Streep plays President Janie Orleans in “Don’t Look Up.”

Nominations: Best Film, Best Soundtrack, Best Original Screenplay and Best Editing. Available in the United States and Mexico on: Netflix.

drive my car

Nominations: Best Film, Best Director (Ryusuke Hamaguchi), Best Adapted Screenplay and Best International Film. Available in US: theaters and will premiere on HBO Max on March 2.

dunes

Nominations: Best Film, Best Costume Design, Best Sound Editing, Best Soundtrack, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Makeup and Hairstyle, Best Production Design, Best Visual Effects, Best Cinematography, and Best Editing. Available in the US: Rental for $5.99 on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Vudu and Google Play. Available Mexico: for rent for 50 Mexican pesos on Apple TV and for 149 pesos on Cinépolis Klic.

Charm

Nominations: best soundtrack, best animated film and best original song (“Dos Oruguitas”). Available in the US and Mexico on: Disney+.

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to run away

Nominations: Best Animated Feature, Best Documentary Feature and Best International Feature. Available in the US: Hulu now rents for $1.99 on Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and Google Play, $3.99 on Apple TV, and $5.99 on Vudu. Available in Mexico: Not available in Mexico.

king richard

Will Smith in “King Richard”.

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Actor (Will Smith), Best Supporting Actress (AunJanue Ellis), Best Original Screenplay, Best Original Song (“Be Alive”) and Best Editing. Available in the US: theaters and on sale for $19.99 on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube, Vudu and Google Play. Available in Mexico: on sale for 199 Mexican pesos at Cinépolis Klic.

Licorice Pizza

Nominations: best film, best director (Paul Thomas Anderson) and best original screenplay. Available in the United States: cinemas. Available in Mexico: theatrical release February 24.

Lucas

Nominations: Best Animated Film. Available in the United States and Mexico: Disney+.

Lunana: a yak in the classroom

Nominations: best film, best director (Paul Thomas Anderson) and best original screenplay. Available in the US: theaters and for rent for $6.99 on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube, Vudu and Google Play. Available in Mexico: not available.

alley of nightmares

Cate Blanchett and Bradley Cooper in ‘Nightmare Alley’ from director Guillermo del Toro.

Nominations: Best Film, Best Costume Design, Best Cinematography and Best Production Design. Available in the United States: cinemas, HBO Max and Hulu. Available in Mexico: cinemas.

no time to die

Nominations: Best Sound Direction, Best Original Song (“No Time to Die”) and Best Visual Effects. Available in the United States: cinemas, HBO Max and Hulu. Available in Mexico: rental for 60 Mexican pesos at Cinépolis Klic and Apple TV.

Parallel mothers

Nominations: best actress (Penélope Cruz) and best soundtrack. Available in the US: theaters and for rent for $19.99 on Amazon Prime Video and Google Play. Available in Mexico: on Netflix from February 18.

Raya and the last dragon

‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ – This fantasy animated film tells the story of a warrior named Raya who goes in search of dragons to stop sinister monsters known as Druun. It is available for streaming with privileged access on Disney+ and in cinemas. (DisneyPlus)

Nominations: Best Animated Film. Available in the United States and Mexico: Disney+.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”

Nominations: Best Visual Effects. Available in the United States and Mexico: Disney+.

spencer

Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s ‘Spencer’. 1 credit

Nominations: Best Actress (Kristen Stewart). Available in the US: Hulu now rents for $3.99 on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube) and Google Play and $5.99 on Vudu. Available in Mexico: cinemas.

Spider-Man: No Coming Home

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is the culmination of the trilogy known as Homecoming and the beginning of a multiverse of possibilities (Photo Sony Pictures)

Nominations: Best Visual Effects. Available in the United States: cinemas. Available in Mexico: cinemas.

tick, tick… BOOM!

Nominations: Best Actor (Andrew Garfield) and Best Editing. Available in the United States and Mexico: Netflix.

Tammy Faye’s eyes

Jessica Chastain as “Tammy Faye Bakker” in THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE. Photo courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. ?? 2021 20th Century Studios All rights reserved

Nominations: Best Actress (Jessica Chastain) and Best Makeup and Hairstyle. Available in the US: HBO Max, Hulu and to rent for $3.99 on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube, Vudu and Google Play. Available in Mexico: in theaters soon.

God’s hand

Nominations: Best International Film. Available in the United States and Mexico: Netflix.

The lost girl

THE LOST GIRL. (LR) DAKOTA JOHNSON as NINA, OLIVIA COLMAN as LEDA. CR: YANNIS DRAKOULIDIS/NETFLIX?? 2021

Nominations: Best Actress (Olivia Colman), Best Supporting Actress (Jessie Buckley) and Best Adapted Screenplay. Available in the United States and Mexico: Netflix.

The Mitchells vs. the Machine

Nominations: Best Animated Film. Available in the United States and Mexico: Netflix.

The power of the dog

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Director (Jane Campion), Best Actor (Benedict Cumberbatch), Best Supporting Actress (Kirsten Dunst), Best Supporting Actor (Jesse Plemons), Best Supporting Actor (Kodi Smit -McPhee), Best Editing, Best Soundtrack, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Production. Available in the United States and Mexico: Netflix.

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Macbeth’s Tragedy

Nominations: Best Actor (Denzel Washington), Best Cinematography and Best Production Design. Available in US and Mexico: Apple TV+.

The worst person in the world

Nominations: Best International Film and Best Original Screenplay. Available in the United States: cinemas. Available in Mexico: theatrical release March 17.

West Side Story

Rachel Zegler as Maria in “West Side Story”.

Nominations: Best Picture, Best Director (Steven Spielberg), Best Supporting Actress (Ariana DeBose), Best Costume Design, Best Sound Editing, Best Cinematography and Best Production Design. Available in the US: theaters and premieres on Disney+ March 2. Available in Mexico: cinemas.

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