How to Watch the Movies Nominated for the 2022 Oscar Awards

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Some are in theaters. Others, on online platforms. The Power of the Dog, by Jane Campion, the favorite of the gala with 12 nominations, can even be seen on both sites. But, more generally, practically all the films with the most nominations for the 2022 Oscar Awards, announced on Tuesday, have already been released in Spain. Here is a guide to finding them.

The Power of the Dog, by Jane Campion. 125 minutes. 12 nominations. It is still projected in some rooms, such as the Madrid Renoir Plaza de España or the Multicines de Guadalajara. At the same time, it is available to Netflix subscribers.

Dune, by Dennis Villeneuve. 155 minutes. 10 nominations. Starting February 17, it will be available to HBO Max subscribers. You can now rent or buy on platforms such as Google Play, Apple Tv, Rakuten, Microsoft, or Amazon Prime Video.

Belfast, by Kenneth Branagh. 98 minutes. Seven nominations. It’s in movie theaters all over the country.

West Side Story, by Steven Spielberg. 156 minutes. Seven nominations. It is still in the halls of many cities in Spain.

The Williams method, by Reinaldo Marcus Green. 144 minutes. Six nominations. It can be seen in the halls of almost all of Spain.

Don’t look up, by Adam McKay. 145 minutes. Four nominations. It can be seen on Netflix.

Drive My Car, by Ryûsuke Hamaguchi. 180 minutes. Four nominations. In the halls of the main cities, although it has already disappeared from the billboard in many provincial capitals.

The Alley of Lost Souls, by Guillermo del Toro. 140 minutes. Four nominations. It is in many cinemas throughout Spain.

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Licorice Pizza, by Paul Thomas Anderson. 133 minutes. Three nominations, including best picture. It premieres this Friday in theaters.

CODA: The Sounds of Silence, by Sian Heder. 111 minutes. Three nominations, including best picture. It arrives in Spanish theaters on February 18.

Best International Film

Together with the Japanese Drive My Car compete:

The Italian Was the Hand of God, by Paolo Sorrentino. 130 minutes. It can be seen on Netflix.

The Danish Flee, by Jonas Poher Rasmussen. 90 minutes. It arrives in Spanish theaters on February 18.

The first film in Bhutanese history to earn a nomination: Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom, byPawo Choyning Dorji. At the moment it has no planned distribution in Spain.

The Norwegian The Worst Person in the World, by Joachim Trier. 121 minutes. It opens in Spanish cinemas on March 11.

Best Animated Film

Together with Flee, the following compete:

Charm, by Byron Howard and Jared Bush. 109 minutes. Three nominations. It stays in a few theaters and is available to Disney+ subscribers.

Luca, by Enrico Casarosa. 95 minutes. It can be seen on Disney+.

Raya and the Last Dragon, by Don Hall, Carlos López Estrada, Paul Briggs and John Ripa. 114 minutes. It is available to Disney+ subscribers. It can also be purchased on platforms such as Rakuten, Apple Tv, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video or Microsoft.

The Mitchells vs. the Machines, by Michael Rianda and Jeff Rowe. 110 minutes. In the Netflix catalog for your subscribers.

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