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Oscars 2018: Where to stream this year’s winners and nominees

Entertainment

Posted on March 6, 2018

3 min read

As the 90th annual Academy Awards rewarded the film industry’s finest this week, we look at which of this year’s Oscar winners and nominees are already available for you to stream in the comfort of your own home.

From films and documentaries to television series, here’s where you can find these Oscar winners and nominees on Telstra TV.

Get Out (BigPond Movies and Foxtel Now)

Get Out on BigPond Movies and Foxtel Now

Oscar Winner: best original screenplay

The perfect balance of suspense, comedy and sheer terror, it’s no surprise Get Out took out the top prize for ‘best original screenplay’ at The Oscars. The film follows a young African-American man who visits his rich, Caucasian partner’s family estate, only to uncover the terrifying intention behind their invitation as they struggle with their daughter’s interracial relationship.

Icarus (Netflix)

Icarus on Netflix

Oscar winner: best documentary feature

Winning the Oscar for ‘best documentary’ of 2017, this intense thriller delves into the dark truth behind illegal doping in sports. Filmmaker Bryan Fogel films his chance meeting with a Russian scientist who unveils some of the biggest scandals in sports history. As Putin’s ‘most wanted’ whistle-blower, the scientist reveals everything from swapping out dirty urine, unexplained deaths and undeserved Olympics medals.

Dunkirk (BigPond Movies)

Dunkirk on BigPond Movies

Oscar winner: best sound editing

Deservedly taking out the Oscar for ‘best soundtrack’ in 2017, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is a must-watch. With a stellar cast including Kenneth Branagh, Harry Styles and Tom Hardy, excellent talent is accompanied by an incredibly powerful score to produce one of the best modern war films in years. Prepare to experience a string of emotions as the movie keeps you on the edge of your seat for the entire 106 minutes, giving real insight into the terrifying World War II battle.

Blade Runner 2049 (BigPond Movies)

Blade Runner 2049 on BigPond Movies

Oscar winner: best visual effects

Winning ‘best visual effects’ at this year’s Oscars, this brilliant sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic does serious justice to Ridley Scott’s original film. Set over 30 years later, new LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling) is searching for retired blade runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), to help him solve a massive conspiracy following the revelation of a well-protected secret. Packed full of incredible cinematography, A-list actors and show-stopping action, this is one film you can’t miss.

Boss Baby (BigPond Movies)

Boss Baby on BigPond Movies

Oscar nominee: best animated feature film

As much for the adults as it is for the kids, Boss Baby is showing no sign of slowing down as one of the year’s most popular animated films. Coming up only behind Coco at The Oscars, this hilariously universal story follows the impact of a new baby’s arrival on a happy family. Voice overs led by a stellar cast including Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi and Tobey Maguire promise a witty, upbeat dialogue that’ll have you laughing out loud.

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