Where To Watch Best Picture ‘Nomadland’ And Other 2021 Oscar Winning Films

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Where To Watch Best Picture ‘Nomadland’ And Other 2021 Oscar Winning Films

On Sunday, Chloé Zhao made history as the first woman of color and second female ever to win an Oscar for best director. Here’s where you can watch it along with other winners.

Stars posed on the red carpet at L.A.’s Union Station with the world tuning into the live broadcast of the glamorous occasion. But the 93rd Academy Awards came with more than just a stunning spectrum of designer gowns and suits, it was a true showcase of diversity with many historic wins across categories.

Most notable of them was the Best Picture winner ‘Nomadland.’ Chinese director Chloé Zhao became the first woman of color and only the second woman ever to win in this category. The somber film stars this year’s best actress winner Frances McDormand as she embarks on a nomadic lifestyle after losing her husband and factory.

Two of the four acting categories went to people of color with Yuh-Jung Youn taking best-supporting actress for her role  ‘Minari,’ making her the first Korean performer to win an acting Oscar ever. Daniel Kuluuya took home the trophy for best-supporting actor in ‘Judas and the Black Messiah.’

If you didn’t watch the full list of Oscar nominees prior to Sunday’s awards, then you can always start your streaming lineup with all the winners below.

Director, Lead Actress, Best Picture: ‘Nomadland’

Where to watch: Hulu

Supporting Actress: ‘Minari’

Where to watch: Amazon

Documentary Feature: ‘My Octopus Teacher’

Where to watch: Netflix

 International Feature: ‘Another Round’

Where to watch: Hulu

Adapted Screenplay, Lead Actor: ‘The Father’

Where to watch: Amazon and Video-on-demand (VOD)

Supporting Actor, Song: ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’

Where to watch: VOD

Cinematography, Production Design: ‘Mank’

Where to watch: Netflix

Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling: ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’

Where to watch: Netflix

Original Screenplay: ‘Promising Young Woman’

Where to watch: VOD

Animated feature, Score: ‘Soul’

Where to watch: Disney+

 Sound, Film Editing: ‘Sound of Metal’

Where to watch: Amazon

Visual Effects: ‘Tenet’

Where to watch: VOD (and on HBO Max beginning May 1)

[Featured Image from IMDB]

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