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What are and Where to Watch the Winners of the Oscar 2022?

The 2022 Oscar Awards ceremony took place yesterday at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. Here we tell you the winners of the Oscar 2022 and where to see them.

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LatinAmerican Post | Juliana Rodríguez Pabón

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With the 2022 Oscar Awards ceremony, the awards season officially closes. Although each time the Oscars lose prestige and relevance, they continue to be a good guide in their categories, except for Best Picture, what to see. We have already reviewed all the productions nominated for Best Film in our special reviews. Now we will tell you which were the big winners and where to see them.

"The Power of the Dog" by Jane Campion. 11 nominations and 1 award.

What is it about?: A woman and her son are inserted in a rural and masculine context in which her brother-in-law will treat them with cruelty and ridicule. What at first seems like a movie with a woman as the victim turns into a beautifully shot thriller.

Awards obtained: Best Director to Jane Campion

Where to watch it?: It's available on Netflix.

Dune by Denis Villeneuve. 9 nominations and 6 awards.

What's It About?: Intergalactic family clans vie for dominance over the planet Dune, which is a desert teeming with a valuable spice in this futuristic setting. In the midst of these wars, a boy has revealing dreams that put him in the place of the chosen one.

Awards obtained: Best Visual Effects, Best Soundtrack, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Production Design, Best Sound

Where to see it?: It is available on HBO MAX.

Belfast by Kenneth Branagh. 7 nominations and 1 award.

What's it about?: In 1969 Belfast, Buddy is a boy who sees the conflict between Catholics and Protestants that was already brewing in Northern Ireland come to his city. Buddy's parents and grandparents, then, will have to assess what the future of the family will be.

Awards obtained: Best Original Screenplay for Kenneth Branagh

Where to see it?: It is currently in movie theaters in Latin America.

Read also: Oscars 2022: The tenderness of "Belfast"

King Richard, by Reinaldo Marcs Green. 6 nominations and 1 award.

What's it about?: Richard Williams trains his daughters Serena and Venus so that one day they will overcome their social context and be tennis champions. It is the biography of the father of the renowned tennis players.

Awards obtained: Best Leading Actor for Will Smith

Where to see it?: It is available on HBO MAX.

West Side Story, by Steven Spielberg. 6 nominations and 1 award.

What's it about?: It's the remake of the 1961 hit that was itself based on the Broadway musical. In West Side Story, Tony and Maria, from opposing gangs in 1950s New York, fall in love and experience a tragic love story that modernizes the well-known drama of Romeo and Juliet in some ways.

Awards obtained: Best Supporting Actress for Adriana DeBose

Where to see it?: It is available on Disney +.

"Drive my car", by Ryusuke Hamaguchi. 4 nominations and 1 award.

What's it about?: Two years after the death of his wife, a theater director travels to Hiroshima to direct a play for a festival. There, a driver is assigned to him. The protagonist will have to face the ghost of his wife's death while participating in the festival's residency.

Awards obtained: Best International Film

Where to see it?: It's currently in movie theaters and from April 1st it will be available on MUBI.

CODA by Sian Heder. 3 nominations and 3 awards.

What's it about?: A girl is the only hearing person in a deaf family. He has the dream of going to study singing at the university. She will have to face her family and rehearse hard for her audition. It is the American adaptation of the French film "The Belier Family".

Awards obtained: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Troy Kotsur

Where to see it?: It is available on Amazon Prime Video.

"Encanto" by Byron Howard and Jared Bush. 3 nominations and 1 awards

What's It About?: The Madrigal family lives safely in their town with their gifts . All members of the family have powers and live in a magical interactive house. Maribel, the protagonist, is the only one who has not received a gift and it will be up to her to understand why the magic begins to fade.

Awards obtained: Best Animated Picture

Where to watch it?: It's available on Disney+.

"The Eyes of Tammy Faye", by Michael Showalter. 2 nominations, 2 awards

What's It About?: It's the story of televangelist Tammy Faye and her husband Jim Bakker, who were very popular on American television in the 1970s and 1980s.

Awards obtained: Best Supporting Actress for Jessica Chanstain and Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Where to see it?: It is available on Amazon Prime Video