For the Oscar Contenders of 2023, Everything Everywhere All At Once took the center stage by winning seven Academy Awards. While this futuristic film won the most awards of all time, Oscar weekend still had room for the success of many more notable films and artists. Let’s take a look!

Everything Everywhere All At The Academy Awards 2023: The List of Oscar Winners

The 95th Academy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel presented Everything Everywhere All At Once as the winner for Best Picture, along with six other Oscars including: Best Actress for Michelle Yoeh, Best Supporting Actress for Jamie Lee Curtis, Best Supporting Actor for Ke Huy Quan, Best Director for Daniel Kwan, Best Original Screenplay for Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, and Best Film Editing for Paul Rogers.

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Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Michelle Yoeh, and James Hong In Everything Everywhere All At Once.
Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Michelle Yoeh, and James Hong In Everything Everywhere All At Once. 

In addition, the 95th Academy Awards also presented the golden award to other incredible films and artists. Brendan Fraser earned his remarkable comeback as he swept away the audience for his performance in Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale, which earned Fraser an Oscar for Best Actor. The acclaimed film based on the play written by Samuel D. Hunter, also won the Oscar for Best Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling, executed impeccably by Adrien Morot, Judy Chin, and Annemarie Bradley-Sherron.

Brendan Fraser in The Whale
Brendan Fraser in The Whale

One big competitor in every market across the globe was All Quiet on the Western Front which won the Oscar for Best International Feature Film as well as the Oscar for Best Original Song created by Volker Bertelmann. The epic war drama directed by Edward Berger and also written by Edward Berger, as well as Lesley Paterson and Ian Stokell, also won the oscar for Best Achievement in Cinematography, earned by James Friend. Last but not least, All Quiet on the Western Front won yet another Oscar for Best Achievement in Production Design, credited to Christian M. Goldbeck and Ernestine Hipper.

Felix Kammerer in All Quiet on the Western Front.
Felix Kammerer in All Quiet on the Western Front.

Moreover, the Oscar for Best Original Song was awarded to M.M. Keerabavani and Chandrabose for ‘Naatu Naatu’ which gives India recognition for its film titled RRR. The awards don’t end there, for movie-making has a long list of roles necessary to make it this far. Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio won Best Animated Feature, and director Sarah Polley’s Women Talking won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. Directors Tom Berkeley and Ross White won the Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film, while Guneet Monga and Kartiki Gonsalves won the Oscar for Best Documentary (short subject) for their acclaimed The Elephant Whisperers. Top Gun: Maverick won the Oscar for Best Sound, and costume designer Ruth Carter took the podium for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever for Best Costume Design.

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Charlie Mackesy and Mathew Freud also celebrated their film titled The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse which won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. Director Daniel Roher and producers Odessa Rhae and Shane Boris celebrated their project titled Navalny, which won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. Last but not least, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects, credited to creator James Cameron, visual effects production senior supervisor Joe Letteri, visual effects senior supervisor Eric Saindon, and animation visual effects supervisor Richard Baneham. 

Sam Worthington as Jake in James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water
Sam Worthington as Jake in James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water

Let's Watch!

Below, we have included a list of everything you need to know about this year’s Oscar films ranging from trailers, ratings, plot, cast, and much more. Every film is worth watching, so you have a little less than a year to stream these amazing movies before the 96th Academy Awards in 2024! 

Heads up: Streaming platforms and availability may vary depending on where you are. The following list is based on the Nordic market.

Elvis (2022, IMDb: 7.4)

It is safe to say that Austin Butler had an incredible year after playing rock n’ roll legend Elvis Presley in this biopic. The life of Presley and his complex relationship with his manager is beautifully portrayed by Butler and Tom Hanks in Elvis. Although the film didn't win any Academy Awards for eight of its nominations, the truth is that it is an extroardinary, worth-while movie to watch, especially considering rising star Austin Butler who's performance will keep him on the map for years to come.


Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022, IMDb: 8.0) 

If you haven’t watched Everything Everywhere All At Once yet, you are one of the lucky few. This movie won this year's Oscar for Best Picture and it is easy to see why. The story follows a Chinese immigrant who embarks on a crazy adventure exploring alternate universes and versions of her own life. This is one of the best movies we have seen in a long time, for it won seven out of the eleven catories it was nominated for, which is a new Oscar record! 


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All Quiet On The Western Front (2022, IMDb: 7.8) 

All Quiet On The Western Front is the only nominee that never played in cinemas, and guess what, it won four Oscars, including the Academy Award for Best International Feature. This Netflix production offers an incredibly raw and intense look at the reality of World War I. The story follows a young German soldier whose perception of war is far from the truth, and only when he finds himself on the bloody frontline discover the harrowing nature of war. If you enjoy historical films, All Quiet On The Western Front is a must-watch.


Triangle Of Sadness (2022, IMDb: 7.5) 

Director and writer Ruben Östlund is one of the most successful Swedish filmmakers in recent history, maybe even of all time. His latest masterpiece, Triangle Of Sadness, follows a fashion model celebrity couple who embarks on a rather eventful and insane cruise for the super-rich. Some say this is a completely new type of horror movie, and we agree. Triangle Of Sadness is nominated in three categories at the 95th Academy Awards.

Buy on Apple TV+

Women Talking (2022, IMDb: 7.5) 

Women Talking was nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards, and it won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. The story is heavy and traumatic but incredibly powerful as it centers around a group of religious and isolated women who face the brutal reality of their faith. The cast is also packed with talent; Rooney Mara, Clarie Foy, Jessie Buckley, and Frances McDormand to name a few.

Premieres February 10th

The Banshees Of Inisherin (2022, IMDb: 7.8)

Nominated for nine Oscars, The Banshees Of Inisherin is one of those movies we can not wait to watch once it is released on streaming. The wicked and comedic story of two lifelong friends is turned on its head when one of them suddenly ends their relationship. Colin Farrell and Kerry Condon deserve recognition for their performances, their chemistry on screen is that good.


The Fabelmans (2022, IMDb: 7.7)

Another nominee unfortunately not available on streaming right now is Steven Spielberg's potentially most personal masterpieces to date. The Fabelmans is loosely based on Steven Spielberg’s childhood growing up in a post-World War II era. Sammy Fabelman, a young man, discovers a devastating family secret that turns his attention to movies in order to cope with the truth. This coming-of-age family drama is yet another Spielberg film that recieved seven Oscar nominations. 

Only in theaters

Avatar: The Way Of Water (2022, IMDb: 7.8)

James Cameron made history as the director and writer with most movies in the top 10 highest-grossing movies of all time, one of them being his latest Avatar. Avatar: The Way Of Water is visually groundbreaking and one of the most creative films ever made. The story follows Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and his newfound family on the moon of Pandora, and the constant threat always lurking in the skies. This long-awaited sequel was nominated in four categories at Academy Awards, one of them being Best Picture. It won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects.

Only in theaters

Navalny (2022, IMDb: 7.7)

Perhaps one of the most groundbreaking and relevant documentaries in present day geopolitics, Navalny is a real-life documentary that explores Alexei Navalny, a brave anti-authoritarian Russian opposition leader who was nearly poisoned to death with a nerve agent called Novichok. The world followed Alexei Navalny tell his truth about the attempted assassination by the Russian Elite, and the risk that his discoveries bring to his life do not stop him from expressing his voice of justice, even if that puts his life in prison, let alone risks his life yet again. Awarded the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature, this thrilling documentary is a must watch.

Available on HBO Max

Tár (2022, IMDb: 7.6) 

This hidden gem might not be as hidden anymore. Nominated for six Oscars, Tár is possibly one of Cate Blacnhett’s best performances. She plays the renowned composer Lydia Tár, widely considered one of the greatest living composers-conductors. The story centers around her life as she leads the way in a male-dominated industry while also balancing work and family life.

Top Gun: Maverick (2022, IMDb: 8.3) 

Top Gun: Maverick was one of the highest-grossing movies of 2022. The long-awaited sequel continues the story of Maverick who is still pushing the limits as a top naval aviator. Tom Cruise is in a league of his own when it comes to doing stunts, using minimal green screen and CGI shots during in-flight sequences, Top Gun: Maverick is one of his most impressive performances. No wonder this action-packed drama is one of the nominated movies for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. Moreover, it won an Oscar for Best Sound.


The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse (Short 2022, Imdb: 7.8)

Having won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse invites us into the world of characters who play an integral role in the boy’s coming of age story. This short film is heartwarming and deeply teaches lessons on what it means to be human, ranging from forgiveness, compassion, and empathy.

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An Irish Goodbye (Short 2022, IMDb: 7.2)

An Irish Goodbye won this year’s Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film. The film follows two estranged brothers named Lorcan (James Martin) and Turlough (Seamus O’Hara) who reunite and live amongst each other shortly after their mother’s unprecedented death. A touching and thought provoking black comedy that explores the impact of family grief combined with wonderful acting performances makes this a fantastic short film to watch.

Soon to be Available for Streaming

The Elephant Whisperers (Short 2022, IMDb: 7.3)

Winner of the Oscar for Best Documentary (Short Subject), this true story follows the miraculous story about an orphaned baby elephant named Raghu who is adopted cared for by a couple named Bomman and Bellie. The story goes to the deepest places to bring out from the elephant what us humans keep within; emotion, empathy, and connection. This is a wonderful, feel-good film that will keep you connected to animals and mother nature. 


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