NYT: Where to Stream ‘Nomadland,’ ‘Minari’ and More 2021 Oscar Nominees

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From the AMPAS website.

Reprinted from The New York Times by Scott Tobias on March 15, 2021.

The nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards were announced [in March] and the vast majority of them are available to watch right away in the United States, due to a combination of the pandemic prompting a shift toward home viewing, an abundance of streaming exclusives and the decision to delay the ceremony until late April. There are two prominent exceptions, however: Judas and the Black Messiah, a nominee for six awards, including best picture, premiered on HBO Max and theaters on the same day, but its streaming window expired Sunday night. Another multiple nominee, The Father, up for best picture and best actor for Anthony Hopkins, is currently in theaters only, but is scheduled to arrive on premium video on demand (PVOD) on March 26. Here’s a complete rundown of where to find all the major awards hopefuls. …

NY Times 4/15

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