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Here’s Where You Can Watch This Year’s Oscar-Nominated Movies Online

Leonardo DiCaprio in The Revenant.
Kimberley French—Twentieth Century Fox Leonardo DiCaprio in The Revenant.

Watch Mad Max: Fury Road, Amy, Room and others before the ceremony on Feb. 28

Correction appended, Feb. 23.

The Oscars are fun to watch for the red carpet looks and unexpected mishaps, but the ceremony itself is much more exciting if you’ve actually seen the movies up for awards. There’s less than a week to go before the little gold statues are doled out, but those willing to remain on their couches from now until Sunday, Feb. 28 might just have a shot at catching up. Though a handful of nominated movies can only be seen in theaters, many are available to rent or buy online. Here’s an alphabetical list of nominated movies and where to watch them:

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Makeup and Hairstyling

Amy: Amazon, iTunes
Nomination: Documentary Feature

Ave Maria: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Live Action)

Bear Story: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Animated)

Bridge of Spies: Amazon, iTunes
Nominations: Best Picture, Supporting Actor (Mark Rylance), Original Score, Production Design, Writing (Original Screenplay), Sound Mixing

Cartel Land: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Documentary Feature

Cinderella: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Costume Design

Chau, beyond the Lines: Netflix
Nomination: Short Film (Documentary)

Creed: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Supporting Actor (Sylvester Stallone)

The Danish Girl: iTunes, Amazon
Nominations: Best Actor (Eddie Redmayne), Supporting Actress (Alicia Vikander), Costume Design, Production Design

Day One: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Live Action)

Everything Will Be Okay (Alles Wird Gut): Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Live Action)

Ex Machina: iTunes, Amazon
Nominations: Visual Effects, Writing (Original Screenplay)

Fifty Shades of Grey: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Original Song (“Earned It”)

The Hunting Ground: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Original Song (“Til It Happens To You”)

Inside Out: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Animated Feature

Last Day of Freedom: Netflix
Nomination: Short Film (Documentary)

The Look of Silence: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Documentary Feature

Mad Max: Fury Road: iTunes
Nominations: Best Picture, Cinematography, Costume Design, Directing, Film Editing, Production Design, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects

The Martian: iTunes, Amazon
Nominations: Best Picture, Best Actor (Matt Damon), Production Design, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects, Writing (Adapted Screenplay)

Prologue: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Animated)

Racing Extinction: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Original Song (“Manta Ray”)

Room: iTunes, Amazon
Nominations: Best Picture, Best Actress (Brie Larson), Directing, Writing (Adapted Screenplay)

Sanjay’s Super Team: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Animated)

Shaun the Sheep Movie: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Animated Feature

Shok: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Live Action)

Sicario: iTunes, Amazon
Nominations: Cinematography, Original Score, Sound Editing

Spectre: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Original Song (“Writing’s On The Wall”)

Spotlight: iTunes, Amazon
Nominations: Best Picture, Supporting Actor (Mark Ruffalo), Supporting Actress (Rachel McAdams), Directing, Film Editing, Writing (Original Screenplay)

Steve Jobs: iTunes, Amazon
Nominations: Best Actor (Michael Fassbender), Supporting Actress (Kate Winslet)

Straight Outta Compton: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Writing (Original Screenplay)

Stutterer: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Live Action)

Theeb: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Foreign Language Film

Trumbo: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Best Actor (Bryan Cranston)

We Can’t Live without Cosmos: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Animated)

What Happened, Miss Simone?: Netflix
Nomination: Documentary Feature

Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom: Netflix
Nomination: Documentary Feature

World of Tomorrow: Available via ShortsHD beginning Feb. 23
Nomination: Short Film (Animated)

Youth: iTunes, Amazon
Nomination: Original Song (“Simple Song #3”)

Movies you still have to catch in a theater:

45 Years (Best Actress)
Anomalisa (Animated Feature)
The Big Short (Best Picture, Supporting Actor, Directing, Film Editing)
Body Team 12 (Short Film – Documentary)
Boy and the World (Animated Feature)
Brooklyn (Best Picture, Best Actress, Writing – Adapted Screenplay)
Carol (Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Cinematography, Costume Design, Original Score, Writing – Adapted Screenplay)
Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah (Short Film – Documentary)
Embrace of the Serpent (Foreign Language Film)
A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness (Short Film – Documentary)
The Hateful Eight (Best Supporting Actress, Cinematography, Original Score)
Joy (Best Actress)
Mustang (Foreign Language Film)
The Revenant (Best Picture, Best Actor, Supporting Actor, Cinematography, Costume Design, Directing, Film Editing, Makeup and Hairstyling, Production Design, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects)
Son of Saul (Foreign Language Film)
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Film Editing, Original Score, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects)
A War (Foreign Language Film)
When Marnie Was There (Animated Feature)

Correction: The original version of this story misstated where the Oscar-nominated documentary shorts are viewable online. Two are viewable on Netflix and three are currently only viewable in theaters.

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