Where to stream the 2023 Oscars winners in the UK

Mar 13, 2023 | Articles, TV

The 2023 Oscars have come and gone, with an evening of glamour, excitement and surprises for everyone watching. Did you have the chance to watch all the winning films this year? If you’re still catching up, or if it’s already time for a rewatch, here’s where to stream the 2023 Oscars winners in the UK.

We’ve listed the streaming services you can find each of the 2023 Oscars winners on in the UK, as well as if they’re available to buy and rent from on demand services.

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Where can I stream Everything Everywhere All At Once?

Where to watch: Amazon Prime + Available to rent and buy

Last night’s big winner was the mind-bending comedy-drama ‘Everything Everywhere all at once. The film dominated at the 2023 Oscars, with writer/producer/director duo Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert – known as the Daniels – being recognised for Best Original Screenplay, Best Director and Best Picture, the biggest award of the night.

The film’s acting was also lauded, with Michelle Yeoh winning Best Actress. Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis won Best Supporting Actor and Actress respectively, with Curtis sharing the category with co-star and fellow nominee Stephanie Hsu. In total, the film won seven awards, with Paul Rogers winning Best Editing to complete the set.


Where can I stream All Quiet on the Western Front?

Where to watch: Exclusive to Netflix 

Edward Berger’s adaptation of the classic war novel was the second most awarded film of the 2023 Oscars. The Netflix produced film won for James Friend’s Cinematography and for Christian M. Goldbeck and Ernestine Hipper Production Design, as well as Best Original Score for Volker Bertelmann stirring compositions. The film also won Best international Feature Film, which may be some consolation for missing out on the Best Picture award for which they were also nominated.

All Quiet on the Western Front was the big winner at last month’s BAFTA awards


Where can I stream Top Gun: Maverick?

Where to watch: Paramount Plus, Sky Go and Now TV Cinema + Available to buy

The action-packed sequel to the 1986 classic, Top Gun: Maverick was nominated for six awards, including Best Picture. The production team won in one category, taking home Best Sound.

Paramount Plus is now free for Sky Cinema watchers

Where can I stream Black Panther: Wakanda Forever?

Where to watch: Disney Plus + Available to buy

2019’s Black Panther was the first Marvel Cinematic Universe film to win an Oscar – actually, three of them – and this sequel has followed suit. Wakanda Forever received five nominations, including Angela Bassett for Best Supporting Actress in the MCU’s first-ever acting nomination, and Ruth Carter won for Best Costume Design.


Where can I stream RRR in the UK?

Where to watch: Netflix

A Netflix top 10 film  in 62 countries, RRR was watched for more than 47 million hours across the world during the first month of its release on the platform. The film won Best Original Song for the insanely catchy Naatu Naatu – look it up on youtube if you’re ready to spend the rest of the day trying to learn the hook step.


Where can I stream 2023 Oscar-winning animated films?

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Where to watch: Netflix

This year’s Best Animated Feature Film winner was Guillermo del Toro’s adaptation of Pinocchio. Despite releasing the same year as another adaptation of the same film, both del Toro’s use of stop-motion animation and the shift in setting to follow the rise of fascism in Italy in the 20th century make his interpretation stand out.


The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

Where to Watch: BBC iPlayer

Charlie Mackesy and Matthew Freud’s charming short won Best Animated Short Film and is currently available to watch on the free streaming service BBC iPlayer. Be warned though – BBC iPlayer’s service is exclusively for TV licence payers.

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Where can I stream An Irish Goodbye?

Where to watch: BBC iPlayer 

Another short film currently available on BBC iPlayer, An Irish Goodbye won for best live-action short, a prize they also took home at this year’s BAFTA ceremony.


Where can I stream 2023 Oscar winning documentaries?

The Elephant Whisperers

Where to watch: Netflix

Winner in the Best Documentary (Short Subject Documentary) category, Kartiki Gonsalves and Guneet Monga’s film follows a south-Indian couple as they care for an orphaned elephant.



Where to watch: Available to rent and buy

Navalny, the winner of the Best Documentary (Feature) prize, explores the life of the eponymous Alexei Navalny leading up to and immediately after his poisoning in 2020.


Which of the other winning films are not yet available to stream?


The Whale

Where to watch: Available to rent

Not yet available on any streaming platforms, you’ll need to rent a copy if you want to watch Brendan Fraser’s Best Actor-winning performance as reclusive English teacher Charlie. The film also awarded Adrien Morot, Judy Chin, and Anne Marie Bradley for Best Makeup and Hairstyling.


Women Talking

Where to watch: Not yet available online

Best Adapted Screenplay winner for Sarah Polley’s adaptation of the novel by Miriam Toews, Women Talking is still screening in some UK cinemas and is not yet available to watch online.


Avatar: The Way of Water

Where to watch: Not yet available online (but it will be on Disney+)

After a long wait, James Cameron’s sequel dazzled the academy, taking home the prize for Best Visual Effects. While it’s not yet available to stream online, it will be joining the original Avatar on Disney+ shortly.

Which of the 2023 Oscars winners will you be catching up with online? Better hurry, there are only 364 days left until next year’s ceremony gives you a whole new list to catch up on!


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