Oscar 2024: Where to stream Oppenheimer and the rest of the award-winning films

The 96th edition of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards, the Oscar, has not deviated from the planned script and has awarded its main recognitions to 'Oppenheimer', the film about one of the scientists who developed the atomic bomb. The ceremony, unlike in recent editions, has been more entertaining and although it has not thrown up any surprises, it has left a handful of fun moments, among which the intervention of a naked John Cena presenting the Oscar for best costumes or Ryan Gosling singing his song from the soundtrack of 'Barbie'.

This was the only award that the big hit of the year won, little compared to the 7 statuettes for the film Christopher Nolan: Best film, Best direction, Best actor, Best supporting actor, Best editing, Best photography and Best music. 'Oppenheimer', unlike other award-winning films, is already available to stream on Movistar+ and in a few days it will be on SkyShowtime. The date for its premiere is March 21.

'Barbie', which arrived at the Oscar night with 8 nominations, can only take home a statuette corresponding to the best original song for the song 'What Was I Made For'which interprets Billie Ellis. The movie of Greta Gerwig that has turned into a superstar Margott Robbie can be seen on HBOMax.

'American fiction' It has not been nearly as successful or promoted a film as the previous ones, but it has won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay. This satire of woke culture that he has directed Cord Jefferson is available on Prime Video.

The rest of the award-winning films are not yet available in streaming and to see them you have to go to a movie theater. These are 'Poor Creatures', 'Those Who Remain', 'Anatomy of a Fall', 'The Zone of Interest', 'The Boy and the Heron' and 'Godzilla Minus One'.

Among the award-winning short films, 'The wonderful story of Henry Sugar' is available on Netflix, while 'War is Over' and 'The Last Repair Shop'have not reached streaming platforms. Yes, it has, however, been the best documentary of the year for the Academy. '20 days in Mariupol' can be seen on Filmin.