The nominations for the 94th edition of the Oscars fell yesterday. Cinema, platform, VOD, DVD… Find out where to see the Oscar nominees for Best Picture.
12 nominations for The Power of the dog by Jane Campion, 10 nominations for Dune by Denis Villeneuve, 7 for West Side Story by Steven Spielberg and for Belfast by Kenneth Branagh…
The nominations for the 94th edition of the Oscars were announced yesterday. Films released in cinemas and others broadcast directly on the platforms.
The ceremony will take place on March 27 in Hollywood. Until then you have time to catch up on missed movies. Here’s where to see Oscar-nominated films for Best Picture and Best Animated Feature.
In theaters March 2, 2022
Of Kenneth Branagh with Caitriona Balfe, Jamie Dornan, Ciarán Hinds
Summer 1969: Buddy, 9, knows perfectly well who he is and to what world he belongs, that of the working class of the northern districts of Belfast where he lives happily, pampered and safe. Its existence beats to the rhythm of neighborhood life within a warm and close-knit community. With grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins in the surrounding streets, it would be difficult to get lost, and in the darkness of cinemas as on television, American films make travel and nourish the imagination and the dreams of Buddy. .
But towards the end of the 1960s, when the first man set foot on the Moon and the heat of August was still being felt, Buddy’s childhood dreams turned into a nightmare. The latent social unrest suddenly turns into violence in the streets of the neighborhood. It is first a masked attack, then riots, to turn into a conflict that extends to the whole city.
Available since August 13, 2021 on Apple TV
By Siân Heder with Emilia Jones, Marlee Matlin, Eugenio Derbez
American remake of The Bélier Family.
In a Massachusetts fishing town. Ruby, 17, is the only member of her family who is not deaf – also referred to as CODA, an acronym for “child of deaf adults”. His life consists of acting as an interpreter for his parents and, every day, helping his father and brother on the family fishing boat before going to school.
When Ruby joins the high school choir, she discovers a gift for singing and falls in love with her partner Miles. Encouraged by her enthusiastic and demanding teacher to apply to a prestigious music school, Ruby quickly finds herself torn between the obligations she believes she owes to her family and the pursuit of her dreams.
Don’t Look Up – Cosmic Denial
Available since December 24, 2021 on Netflix
Directed by Adam McKay with Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett
Two poor astronomers embark on a gigantic media tour to warn humanity that a comet is heading towards the Earth and is about to destroy it.
Drive My Car
Still in theaters in a few theaters and available on DVD March 1, 2022
By Ryusuke Hamaguchi with Hidetoshi Nishijima, Toko Miura, Masaki Okada
Still unable to recover from a personal drama, Yusuke Kafuku, actor and theater director, agrees to stage Uncle Vania at a festival in Hiroshima. There he meets Misaki, a reserved young woman assigned to him as a driver. As they travel, the growing sincerity of their exchanges forces them to face up to their past.
Available on DVD and VOD
Of Denis Villeneuve with Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac
The story of Paul Atreides, a young man as gifted as he is brilliant, destined to experience an extraordinary destiny that is beyond him. Because if he wants to preserve the future of his family and his people, he will have to go to the most dangerous planet in the universe – the only one capable of providing the most precious resource in the world, capable of multiplying the power of humanity.
As evil forces vie for control of this planet, only those who overcome their fear will survive…
In theaters since January 5, 2022
By Paul Thomas Anderson with Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman, Bradley Cooper
1973, in the Los Angeles area. Alana Kane and Gary Valentine get to know each other on the boy’s high school class picture day. Alana is no longer a high school student, but tries to find her way while working as the photographer’s assistant.
Gary already has acting experience, which he hastens to tell the young girl to impress her. Amused and intrigued by his extraordinary self-assurance, she agrees to accompany him to New York for a television show. But nothing goes as planned…
The Williams Method
In theaters since December 1, 2021
By Reinaldo Marcus Green with Will Smith, Aunjanue Ellis, Saniyya Sidney
Focus on the personality of tennis coach Richard Williams, father of world players Venus and Serena. He had no experience in the sport but when his daughters turned four, he drew up a 78-page plan outlining how to train future champions.
The Williams sisters went on to become two of the greatest players in tennis history. Serena is arguably the best tennis player of all time, with 23 Grand Slam victories. Venus Williams has won seven Grand Slam titles.
In theaters since January 19, 2022
By Guillermo del Toro with bradley cooper, Cate BlanchettToni Collette
While going through a bad patch, the charismatic Stanton Carlisle arrives at a traveling fair and manages to win the good graces of a clairvoyant, Zeena and her husband Pete, a former glory of mentalism. Learning from them, he sees this as a way to get his ticket to success and decides to use his new talents to rip off the elite of good New York society in the 1940s.
With the virtuous and loyal Molly by his side, Stanton sets out to hatch a plan to cheat a powerful and dangerous man. He will receive the help of a mysterious psychiatrist who could well prove to be the most formidable of his adversaries…
The Power of the Dog
Available from December 1, 2021 on Netflix
Of Jane Campion with Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons
Originally from Montana, brothers Phil and George Burbank are diametrically opposed. As much as Phil is refined, brilliant and cruel – George is phlegmatic, meticulous and benevolent. Between them, they are at the head of the largest ranch in the Montana Valley.
A region, far from the galloping modernity of the 20th century, where men still assume their virility and where we venerate the figure of Bronco Henry, the greatest cowboy Phil has ever met. When George secretly marries Rose, a young widow, Phil, drunk with anger, sets out to destroy her. He then seeks to reach Rose by using his son Peter, a sensitive and effeminate boy, as a pawn in his sadistic and merciless strategy…
West Side Story
In theaters since December 8, 2021
Of Steven Spielberg starring Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose
West Side Story tells the legendary story of a budding love against the backdrop of brawls between rival gangs in 1957 New York.
Encanto, the fantastic Madrigal family
In theaters since November 24, 2021
By Byron Howard, Jared Bush, Charise Castro Smith
In a mysterious place nestled in the heart of the mountains of Colombia, the fantastic Madrigal family lives in an enchanted house in a city full of life, a wonderful place called Encanto.
The Encanto endowed each of the children in the family with a magical faculty ranging from superhuman strength to healing power. Only Mirabel received no particular donation. But when the Encanto’s magic is threatened, the only ordinary child in this extraordinary family may prove to be their only hope.
Coming soon to the cinema
By Jonas Poher Rasmussen
The true story of Amin, an Afghan who had to flee his country in the late 80s when he was just a child. Thirty years later, now a university student in Denmark, he will confide to his best friend the true story of his journey and his fight for freedom.
Available since June 18, 2021 on Disney+
By Enrico Casarosa
In a very pretty little coastal town on the Italian Riviera, a young boy, Luca, lives an unforgettable summer, punctuated by delicious gelato, tasty pasta and long scooter rides. He shares his adventures with his new best friend, but this happiness is threatened by a well-kept secret: both are actually sea monsters from another world, located just below the surface of the water…
The Mitchells vs. the Machines
Available since April 30, 2021 on Netflix
By Michael Rianda and Jeff Rowe
Katie Michell, a passionate young girl with overflowing creativity, is accepted into the university of her dreams. When she had planned to take the plane to settle down in university, her father Rick, a big nature lover, decides that the whole family should accompany her by car to make a memorable road trip and enjoy of a moment all together.
But the Mitchells’ program is suddenly interrupted by a tech rebellion: all over the world, everyone’s favorite electronic devices decide it’s time to take over. With the help of two dysfunctional robots, the Mitchells will have to overcome their problems and work together to get out of it and save the world!
Raya and the last dragon
Available since June 4, 2021 on Disney+
By Don Hall, Carlos Lopez Estrada, Paul Briggs, John Ripa
A long time ago, in the imaginary kingdom of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived in harmony. But one day, an evil force descended on the kingdom and the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity.
When this force reappears five centuries later, Raya, a solitary warrior, sets out in search of the legendary last dragon to restore harmony to the land of Kumandra, among a now divided people. Begins for her a long journey during which she will discover that it will take much more than a dragon to save the world, and that trust and mutual aid will be essential to lead this perilous mission to success.