Be honest – had you seen every film that won at the BAFTA 2023 ceremony this week? With “All Quiet on the Western Front” sweeping up seven awards, it’s definitely become a must-see. For all those panicking at the length of their to-watch lists, don’t panic. We’ve compiled this list of where you can stream all of the BAFTA 2023 award winners, as well as some of the on-demand options to buy and rent each film.
Where to watch “All Quiet on the Western Front”
This year’s biggest winner, “All Quiet on the Western Front”, took home seven awards from the BAFTA 2023 ceremony. The film won Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Film not in the English Language, Best Cinematography, Best Original Score, Best Sound, Best Director for Edward Berger and Best Film, the final award of the night.
“All Quiet on the Western Front” is a Netflix film, so you shouldn’t be too surprised to learn it’s currently available to watch exclusively on Netflix.
Netflix is also the only place to watch “Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio”, the winner of the Best Animated Film category.
Where to watch “Banshees of Inisherin”
Another big winner, “Banshees of Inisherin” clinched 4 awards at the BAFTA 2023 ceremony. Both Barry Keoghan and Kerry Condon received Best Supporting Actor and Actress accolades respectively for their performances. The film also won for Best Original Screenplay and Outstanding British Film.
“Banshees of Inisherin” is currently available to stream on Disney Plus in the UK. It’s also available to rent or buy through on-demand services including Prime Video, Sky Store, Apple TV, Rakuten TV and YouTube.
Where to watch “Babylon”
Damien Chazelle’s love letter to old Hollywood won the BAFTA 2023 for Production Design. “Babylon” is currently not available to stream in the UK, but in the US it’s been added to the Paramount Plus streaming library. We hope it joins Paramount Plus in the UK too as Sky Cinema subscribers get access to the service at no extra cost.
Where to watch “Everything Everywhere all at Once”
One of the big surprises at the BAFTA 2023 ceremony was “Everything Everywhere All at Once” taking home just one award, Best Editing. The competition from other films was fierce this year, but critics still expect the film to do better at next month’s Academy Awards following 11 nominations.
If you want to see what the fuss is about, “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is available to stream on Prime Video. You can also rent it on on-demand services including Sky Store, Curzon Home Cinema, Rakuten TV and YouTube.
Where to watch “Aftersun”
First-time director Charlotte Wells received the BAFTA 2023 award for Outstanding debut by a British Editor, Director or Producer, for her film “Aftersun”. “Aftersun” is available on the streaming service Mubi in the UK. It’s also available to rent or buy through on-demand services including Prime Video, Sky Store, Apple TV, Curzon Home Cinema, Rakuten TV and YouTube.
Where to watch “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse”
You can currently stream Best Animated Short Winner “The Boy, The Mole, The Fox, and The Horse” for free on BBC iPlayer in the UK. Remember though – BBC iPlayer is exclusively for TV licence holders.
Where to watch “Elvis”, “Navalny” and “TÁR”
Baz Luhrman’s Elvis won four BAFTA 2023 awards, with Austin Butler taking home Best Actor and wins for Best Costume, Hair and Makeup and Casting. The film is not currently available on any streaming service in the UK, but it is available to rent through on-demand services including Prime Video, Sky Store, Apple TV, Rakuten TV and YouTube in the UK and worldwide.
The same is true of Best Actress winner “TÁR” starring Cate Blanchett, which can also be rented through Curzon Home Cinema, alongside best documentary winner “Navalny”.
Which BAFTA 2023 winners are not yet available in the UK?
Two winners from the BAFTA 2023 ceremony are not yet available to stream, rent or buy in the UK. Best Visual Effects winner “Avatar: The Way of Water” has not been released yet, although we know it will be coming to Disney+.
Best British Short Film winner “An Irish Goodbye” has also not yet been released to streaming services, with their website inviting fans to join their mailing list for news and updates.