Oscars 2021: where to see the winning films?  - Cinema News

Oscars 2021: where to see the winning films? – Cinema News

From “Nomadland” to “The Father”, passing by “Soul”, “Minari”, “Le Blues de Ma Rainey”, “Mank” or even “Tenet”, here is how to see the films which were crowned at the Oscars 2021 .

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The awards season finally came to an end, on the night of April 25-26 in France, with the 93rd Academy Awards. And the triumph of Nomadland, who ended her flawless run in style, while Chloé Zhao became the second woman to win the Best Director trophy after Kathryn Bigelow in 2010.

Oscars 2021: the complete list

While streaming platforms have also established themselves on the charts, and some films must be released in theaters when they reopen, here is how you can see the various winners, from Mank to Soul, including The Father, The Blues by Ma Rainey, Drunk, Judas and the Black Messiah or Tenet.

Not to mention the documentary The Wisdom of the Octopus and the shorts Colette, Two Distant Strangers and Whatever Happens, I Love You.

NOMADLAND

  • 3 Oscars: Best Film, Best Director & Best Actress (Frances McDormand)
  • To see at the cinema from June 9 (subject to reopening of theaters)

After the economic collapse of the working-class city of Nevada where she lived, Fern decides to hit the road in his campervan and adopt a modern nomadic life, breaking with the standards of today’s society. True nomads embody Fern’s comrades and mentors and accompany him in his discovery of the vast expanses of the American West.

THE FATHER

  • 2 Oscars: Best Actor (Anthony Hopkins) & Best Adapted Screenplay
  • To be seen at the cinema on a date to be communicated later

The Father tells the story of an 81-year-old man, Anthony, whose reality is slowly shattering before our eyes. But it is also the story of Anne, his daughter, who tries to accompany him in a labyrinth of unanswered questions.

JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH

  • 2 Oscars: Best Supporting Actor (Daniel Kaluuya) & Best Song (“Fight For You”)
  • Watch it on CANAL + until June 26, and from June 9 on DVD and Blu-Ray

Focus on the rise of Fred Hampton, African-American political activist, member of the Black Panther Party in Illinois, who died in December 1969 at the age of twenty-one.

DRUNK

  • 2 Oscars: Best Animated Film & Best Original Music
  • To see on Disney +

Passionate about jazz and a college music teacher, Joe Gardner finally has the opportunity to make his dream come true: to play in the best jazz club in New York. But an unfortunate misstep throws him into the “Great Before” – a fantastic place where new souls acquire their personality, character and uniqueness before being sent to Earth. Determined to get his life back, Joe teams up with 22, a mischievous and witty soul who has never grasped the interest of living a human life.

MANK

  • 2 Oscars: Best Photography & Best Sets
  • Watch on Netflix

In this film which casts a caustic point of view on the Hollywood of the 30s, the screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, an inveterate alcoholic with a sharp gaze, tries to complete in time the script of Citizen Kane of Orson Welles.

MY RAINEY’S BLUES

  • 2 Oscars: Best Costumes & Best Makeup & Hairstyles
  • Watch on Netflix

Tensions escalate and spirits heat up during a recording session in 1920s Chicago, while several musicians await the legendary Ma Rainey, avant-garde artist nicknamed “the mother of the blues”. Arriving late, the intrepid and volcanic Ma Rainey launches into a standoff with her white manager and producer, determined to impose their artistic choices on her.

SOUND OF METAL

  • 2 Oscars: Best Editing & Best Sound
  • To be seen at the cinema on a date to be communicated later

Ruben and Lou, together in town and on stage, crisscross the United States between two concerts. One evening, Ruben is embarrassed by tinnitus, and a doctor tells him that he will soon be deaf. Distraught, and facing his old demons, Ruben will have to make a decision that will change his life forever.

MINARI

  • 1 Oscar: Best Supporting Actress (Yuh-Jung Youn)
  • To see at the cinema from June 9 (subject to reopening of theaters)

An American family of South Korean origin settles in Arkansas where the father wants to become a farmer. Her little boy will have to get used to this new life and the presence of a Korean grandmother he did not know.

PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN

  • 1 Oscar: Best Original Screenplay
  • To be seen at the cinema on a date to be communicated later

Everyone agreed that Cassie was a young woman with a future… until something unexpected happened to change everything. But nothing in Cassie’s life actually looks like it: she’s as smart as she is cunning, glamorous as calculating, and leads a double life after dark. During this exciting adventure, an unexpected encounter will give Cassie the opportunity to redeem the mistakes of her past.

DRUNK

  • 1 Oscar: Best Foreign Language Film
  • To see on DVD and Blu-Ray from June 9 (and perhaps in the cinema according to the date of reopening of the rooms)

Four friends decide to put into practice the theory of a Norwegian psychologist according to which the man has from birth a deficit of alcohol in the blood. With scientific rigor, each takes up the challenge, all hoping that their life will be even better! If at first the results are encouraging, the situation quickly gets out of control.

TENET

  • 1 Oscar: Best Visual Effects
  • Available on DVD and Blu-Ray, and to watch on CANAL + from May 14

With only one word – Tenet – and determined to fight to save the world, our protagonist travels through the twilight universe of international espionage. His mission will project him into a dimension that goes beyond time. However, this is not a time travel, but a time reversal …

THE WISDOM OF THE OCTOPUS

  • 1 Oscar: Best Documentary
  • Watch on Netflix

An unexpected friendship is formed between a director and an octopus living in a South African kelp forest and who shares with him the mysteries of his world.

TWO REMOTE STRANGERS

  • 1 Oscar: Best Short Film
  • Watch on Netflix

Carter, a cartoonist, goes in search of his dog, after spending the night with a woman. As the character exits, he is brutally murdered by the police, for no reason. He then finds himself stuck in a time loop, where he is forced to relive that moment over and over again.

WHAT HAPPENS, I LOVE YOU

  • 1 Oscar: Best Animated Short Film
  • Watch on Netflix

Grieving parents find themselves sucked into the immense void created by the loss of their child in a tragic school shooting.

COLETTE

  • 1 Oscar: Best Documentary Short Film
  • The film does not yet have a broadcaster or a release date, but its award could shake things up

A 90-year-old French woman, who was a member of the Resistance under the Nazi Occupation, sets out for the first time in Germany, 74 years after the end of World War II. The object of his journey is a visit to the Dora concentration camp, where his brother was assassinated by the Nazis.

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