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Oscar 2024: What are the 10 candidate films and where to see them

2024-03-02T19:54:09.405Z

Highlights: Oscar 2024: What are the 10 candidate films and where to see them. Here are those competing for the main prize. Synopsis, director, cast, what they won and how to watch them. The ceremony will take place on March 10 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Here they are, these are the ten films that will compete for the Oscar for the best production of 2023. We include a synopsis of each of its plots, its cast, who directs it, the awards they have won so far. Are they in theaters or streaming? When will they premiere?


Here are those competing for the main prize. Synopsis, director, cast, what they won and how to watch them.


Here they are, these are the ten films that

will compete for the Oscar

for the best production of 2023.

We include a synopsis of each of its plots, its cast, who directs it, the awards they have won so far and how to see them: Are they in theaters or streaming?

Those that are not yet known in Argentina, when will they premiere?

The ceremony will take place on March 10 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.

Place your bets, but watch the movies first.

American Fiction

Jeffrey Wright in "American Fiction."

Dramatic comedy.

From:

Cord Jefferson.

With:

Jeffrey Wright, Tracee Ellis Ross, John Ortiz.

Writer Thelonious “Monk” Ellison is angry: publishers don't like his latest novel.

The film follows this frustrated novelist and professor who, out of spite, decides to write a satirical novel under a pseudonym, with the intention of exposing the hypocrisy of the publishing industry.

Won:

56 international awards, including the Audience Award at the Toronto Festival.

She is competing for 5 Oscars.

Where to see it:

It did not premiere in theaters, but it did stream on Amazon Prime, on Tuesday, February 27.

Anatomy of a fall

"Anatomy of a fall", by the French Justine Triet.

Crime/Drama.

From:

Justine Triet.

With:

Sandra Hüller, Swann Arlaud and Milo Machado Graner.

Sandra is a German writer who lives with her French husband, Samuel, and their 11-year-old son Daniel in a remote village in the French Alps.

Her calm and peaceful life falls apart when Samuel is found dead in the snow outside her chalet.

The police investigate, and Sandra is the main suspect.

Won:

90 awards, including

the Palme d'Or

at the last edition of the Cannes Film Festival.

Aim for 5 Academy statuettes.

Where to see it:

It premiered on Thursday, January 25, only in theaters.

Our review

Barbie

Margot Robbie, as Barbie.

Comedy.

From:

Greta Gerwig.

Starring:

Margot Robbie

, Ryan Gosling, America Ferrera, Simu Liu.

Barbie literally lives in her world, until she begins to go into crisis and questions her existence.

From her He travels to Los Angeles along with Ken, her companion doll.

Won:

168 international awards, most for Billie Eilish's song

What Was I Made For?

and she is a candidate for 8 Oscars.

Where to see it:

It was restored in theaters on Thursday, January 25.

Available on HBO Max.

Our review

Those who stay

Paul Giamatti stars in Alexander Payne's film.

Dramatic comedy.

From:

Alexander Payne.

Starring:

Paul Giamatti, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Dominic Sessa.

Paul Hunham is a history teacher at a college in Massachusetts.

Lonely, without family or friends, Leo makes him stay to spend Christmas at the establishment, taking care of the students who cannot go to visit their parents.

Won:

120 international awards.

Paul Giamatti and Da'Vine Joy Randolph have been killing it.

He is up for 5 Hollywood Academy Awards.

Where to see it:

It premiered on February 8, only in theaters.

Our review

The Moon Killers

Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio, in the Martin Scorsese film.

Crime/Drama.

From:

Martin Scorsese

With:

Leonardo DiCaprio, Lily Gladstone, Robert De Niro.

Members of the Osage tribe in northeastern Oklahoma are murdered under mysterious circumstances in the 1920s, triggering an FBI investigation led by a 29-year-old J. Edgar Hoover.

Robert De Niro

and Leo DiCaprio 's characters

have blood on their hands.

Won:

113 international awards.

It participated out of competition in the last edition of the Cannes Film Festival.

He has 10 Oscar nominations.

Where to see it:

It is not in theaters after its release in October.

It is available by streaming, on Apple TV+.

Our review

Teacher

Bradley Cooper wrote, produced, directed and starred in the film with Carey Mulligan.

Biographical drama.

From:

Bradley Cooper.

Starring:

Bradley Cooper, Carey Mulligan, Matt Bomer, Maya Hawke.

The film follows the complex love story between composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein (the author of

Love Without Barriers

) and Felicia Montealegre, a Puerto Rican and Chilean actress, since they met in 1946.

It won:

21 international awards and competed without luck at the Venice Film Festival.

He has 7 Oscar nominations.

Where to see it

: Streaming, on Netflix.

Our review

Oppenheimer

Matt Damon and Cillian Murphy in Nolan's film.

Biographical drama

By:

Christopher Nolan.

Starring:

Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr., Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh.

Follows the life of scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, the creator of the atomic bomb.

His relationship and an investigation put him on edge.

Won:

305 international awards.

Of the 10, she is the one who received the most nominations: 13.

Where to see it:

It was restored in theaters on Thursday, January 25.

Our review

Past Lives

Spoken in English and Korean.

Romantic drama.

From:

Celine Song.

With:

Greta Lee, Teo Yoo, John Magaro.

Nora and Hae Sung were close friends growing up, until Nora's family emigrated from South Korea.

Twenty years later, they meet again.

Won:

76 international awards.

She competed, without luck, at the Berlin Festival almost a year ago.

She has two Oscar nominations.

Where to see it:

It premiered this Thursday, February 29, only in theaters.

Our review

poor creatures

Emma Stone could win her second Oscar after "La La Land."

Dramatic comedy.

From:

Yorgos Lanthimos.

Starring:

Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe.

Bella is a young woman who commits suicide by throwing herself into the Thames in the 19th century, and is brought back to life by a scientist, who places in her the brain of the son she was carrying in her womb, so Bella has a baby's mind in a body. of woman.

Won:

69 international awards, including the Golden Lion for best film at the Venice Film Festival.

Where to see it:

In theaters (released on Thursday, January 18).

Soon, on Star+.

Our review

Area of ​​interest

Sandra Hüller stars in this film and also in "Anatomy of a Fall."

Historical drama.

From:

Jonathan Glazer.

With:

Sandra Hüller, Christian Friedel, Freya Kreutzkam.

Based on the novel by Martin Amis, Rudolf Höss is an Auschwitz commander who moves with his wife and children to a house next to the concentration camp.

Won:

51 international awards, including the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival.

Compete in five categories for the Oscar.

Where to see it:

It premiered on February 15, only in theaters.

Source: clarin

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