This Tuesday morning (24), the Oscars officially kicked off with the announcement of the nominations , made by actors Allison Williams (“Get Out” and “M3gan”) and Riz Ahmed (“The Sound of Silence”).
For those who haven’t seen anything, or almost nothing, there’s still time to make up for lost time until the ceremony, scheduled for March 12th.
Champion of nominations, with 11, “Everything in Everywhere at the Same Time” had already left the poster and is streaming only for rental. After the nominations, the film was once again on the schedule at Cine Belas Artes.
Other titles are in theaters, such as “Os Fabelmans”, or pre-scheduled to premiere before the award ceremony, as is the case of “Tár”, which hits the screens this Thursday (26), or “Os Banshees de Inisherin”, which premieres on February 2.
A few others made it into the streaming catalogues, like “Top Gun: Maverick”. There is also the surprise “Nothing New on the Front”, a German Netflix production that won 9 nominations. And there are still those with no premiere date scheduled, such as “Living”, but which can gain momentum with the nominations. Check out how to watch the nominees.
Everything in Everywhere at the Same Time
In the wave of the metaverses, the film tells the story of an elderly Chinese immigrant in the United States, who will have to control different versions of herself in several planes in order to save the world.
Everything in Everywhere at the Same Time, USA, 2022. Director: Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan. Cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Stephanie Hsu . 14 years
11 nominations : Best Picture, Director (Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan), Actress (Michelle Yeoh), Supporting Actor (Ke Huy Quan), Supporting Actress (Jamie Lee Curtis and Stephanie Hsu), Original Screenplay, Editing, Soundtrack, song (“This Is a Life”) and costumes.
Returned to the poster in theaters; also for rental on Prime Video (R$ 11.90) and Apple TV+ (R$ 14.90)
The Banshees of Inisherin
In 1923, on the small and fictional island of Inisherin, Ireland, a kind and very talkative man is shaken after his lifelong friend suddenly says he no longer wants to talk to him. Not understanding what happened, he still receives a curious ultimatum to avoid any approach. From the same director of “Three Billboards for a Crime” (2017).
The Banshees of Inisherin, US/UK/Ireland, 2022. Director: Martin McDonagh. With: Colin Farrell, Barry Keoghan, Brendan Gleeson and Kerry Condon
9 nominations : Best Picture, Director (McDonagh), Actor (Colin Farrell), Supporting Actor (Brendan Gleeson and Barry Keoghan), Supporting Actress (Kerry Condon), Original Screenplay, edition and soundtrack.
Premieres on February 2
All Quiet on the Western Front
Based on the homonymous work by Erich Maria Remarque, the film follows the trajectory of a German teenager, who enlists in the Army to fight the First World War full of patriotic fervor, but is soon confronted with the brutal reality on the front of battle.
All Quiet on the Western Front, Germany/USA/UK. Directed by: Edward Berger. Starring: Felix Kammerer, Albrecht Schuch, Aaron Hilmer.
9 nominations : Best Picture, International Film (Germany), Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Soundtrack, Art Direction, Sound, Visual Effects, Makeup
Available on Netflix
Biopic of Elvis Presley, whose story is told from the (unreliable) perspective of his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. Under the kaleidoscopic gaze of Baz Luhrmann, the singer’s story is bathed in color, visual effects and many musical numbers.
Elvis, USA, 2022. Director: Baz Luhrmann. With: Austin Butler, Tom Hanks and Olivia DeJonge. 14 years
8 nominations : Best Picture, Best Actor (Austin Butler), Cinematography, Editing, Art Direction, Costume Design, Sound and Makeup
Available on HBO Max
After falling in love with cinema, the young man gets a homemade camera from his parents and, encouraged by his mother, explores his creativity in homemade productions. Film with autobiographical touches from director Steven Spielberg himself.
The Fabelmans, USA, 2022. Director: Steven Spielberg. With: Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Judd Hirsch, Seth Rogen and Gabriel LaBelle.
7 nominations : Best Picture, Director (Spielberg), Actress (Michelle Williams), Supporting Actor (Judd Hirsch), Original Screenplay, Soundtrack, Art Direction
Now in theaters
First woman to head the Berlin Philharmonic, renowned conductor and composer Lydia Tár must deal with a personal crisis as she prepares for the release of her memoirs and the live performance of Mahler’s difficult “Symphony No. 5”.
Tár, USA, 2022. Director: Todd Field. With: Cate Blanchett, Mark Strong and Julian Glover.
6 nominations : Best Picture, Director (Todd Field), Actress (Cate Blanchett), Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing
Opens January 26
Top Gun: Maverick
Despite the accolades, the Maverick pilot’s career never took off due to his temper. Now, 30 years later, he must return to Top Gun Academy to instruct a team of young men on a dangerous mission, including his best friend’s son. Sequel to the 1986 hit.
Top Gun: Maverick, USA, 2022. Director: Joseph Kosinski. Starring: Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Miles Teller.
6 nominations : Best Picture, Adapted Screenplay, Editing, Song (“Hold My Hand”), Sound and Visual Effects
Available on Paramount+
Avatar – 2
The film is the sequel to the film that took three Oscar statuettes in 2010. The story takes place ten years after the end of the first production — now, the protagonists Jake and Ney’tiri form a family and must face the conflicts generated by their roles in the tribe and in the couple. At the same time, an ancient threat makes them explore other regions of Pandora in search of an alliance with the Na’vi who live in the sea.
Avatar: The Way of Water, USA, 2022. Director: James Cameron. With: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Kate Winslet and Sigourney Weaver.
4 nominations : best film, art direction, sound and visual effects.
Now showing in theaters
Triangle of Sadness
A luxury cruise takes on board rich passengers from the world of fashion and an alcoholic and Marxist captain. However, the perfect trip suffers a terrible setback when the ship sinks and the survivors are stranded on a deserted island. From the director of “The Square – The Art of Discord”.
Triangle of Sadness, Sweden/France/UK/USA, 2022. Directed by: Ruben Östlund. With: Harris Dickinson, Charlbi Dean, Woody Harrelson and Dolly de Leon
3 nominations : Best Picture, Director (Östlund) and Original.
Screenplay Opens February 16
In a religious community, dozens of women and even girls are drugged and raped by men from the colony who claim to act in the name of faith and that they are being punished for their sins. As they make the 48-hour journey, eight of them meet to discuss how they might react.
Women Talking, USA, 2022. Director: Sarah Polley. Starring: Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley and Frances McDormand.
2 nominations : Best Picture and Adapted Screenplay.
Opens March 2
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Mother of T’Chalia, the Black Panther, Ramonda takes over Wakanda after the hero’s death. Alongside her daughter and General Okoye, she needs to protect the country from world powers that are interested in vibranium, a precious metal that exists in that territory. In this scenario, a new threat to the kingdom of Wakanda emerges from the sea.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, USA, 2022. Director: Ryan Coogler. With: Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o and Tenoch Huerta.
5 nominations : best supporting actress (Angela Bassett), song (“Lift Me Up”), costume design, makeup and visual effects.
In theaters and on Disney+ from 2/1