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Oscar-nominated films can be seen in theaters, at home

  • The Wichita Eagle
  • Published Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, at 8:08 a.m.
  • Updated Wednesday, June 25, 2014, at 2:16 p.m.

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The Oscar-nominated animated, live action and documentary short films will be screened at the Warren Theatre west, 21st and Tyler, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 22 and at the Orpheum Theatre, 200 N. Broadway, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 1. They’ll also be screened at various Wichita Public Library sites. For a schedule, visit www.wichita.lib.ks.us. Admission is free for all showings.

Many of the Oscar-nominated movies that aren’t playing in theaters anymore can still be seen by movie fans who don’t mind buying DVDs and Blu-ray films – or who are in the practice of renting and buying digital movies from online services such as Amazon Video on Demand, iTunes and Google Play.

Not currently showing in Wichita

Following is a list of where many nominated movies can be found. A good resource for double-checking is the website www.canistream.it.

“The Act of Killing” — One nomination: documentary feature. Available for digital rental or purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“All Is Lost” — One nomination: sound editing. Will be released Feb. 11.

“Before Midnight” — One nomination: adapted screenplay. Available for digital rental, digital purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Blue Jasmine” — Three nominations: lead actress (Cate Blanchett), supporting actress (Sally Hawkins), original screenplay. Available for digital purchase, available for DVD/Blu-ray purchase on Tuesday.

“The Book Thief” — One nomination: original score. Will be released March 11.

“The Broken Circle Breakdown” — One nomination: foreign language film. Will be released March 11.

“Captain Phillips” — Six nominations: best picture, actor in a supporting role (Barkad Abdi), film editing, sound editing, sound mixing, adapted screenplay. Will be released on Tuesday.

“The Croods” — One nomination: animated feature film. Available for digital rental or purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Cutie and the Boxer” — One nomination: documentary feature. Available for Netflix streaming, digital rental, digital purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Despicable Me 2” — Two nominations: animated feature film, original song. Available for digital rental or purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Ernest & Celestine” — One nomination: animated feature film. Available for DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Frozen” — Two nominations: animated feature film, original song. Will be released March 18.

“The Grandmaster” — Two nominations: cinematography, costume design. Available for digital purchase and digital rental.

“The Great Beauty” — One nomination: foreign film. To be released March 25.

“The Great Gatsby” — Two nominations: costume design, production design. Available for digital rental, digital purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“The Hunt” — One nomination: foreign language film. Available for Netflix streaming, digital rental, digital purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Iron Man 3” — One nomination: visual effects. Available for digital purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa” — One nomination: makeup and hairstyling, available for digital purchase, available for DVD/Blu-ray purchase on Jan. 28.

“The Lone Ranger” — Two nominations: makeup and hair styling, visual effects. Available for digital rental or purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom” — One nomination: original song. Will be released March 18.

“Prisoners” — One nomination: cinematography. Available for digital rental or purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“Star Trek Into Darkness” — One nomination: visual effects. Available for digital rental or purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

“20 Feet From Stardom” — One nomination: documentary feature. Available for digital rental or purchase and DVD/Blu-ray purchase.

Now showing in Wichita area

“12 Years a Slave” — Nine nominations: best picture, lead actor (Chiwetel Ejiofor), supporting actor (Michael Fassbender), supporting actress (Lupita Nyong’o), directing (Steve McQueen), costume design, film editing, production design, adapted screenplay. Showing at Warren Theatre (west).

“American Hustle” — 10 nominations: best picture, lead actor (Christian Bale), lead actress (Amy Adams), supporting actor (Bradley Cooper), supporting actress (Jennifer Lawrence), directing (David O. Russell), costume design, film editing, production design, original screenplay. Warren Old Town, Warren Theatre (east and west).

August: Osage County” — Two nominations: lead actress (Meryl Streep), supporting actress (Julia Roberts). Chisholm Trail 8 (Newton), Warren Theatre (east and west).

“Captain Phillips” — Six nominations: best picture, actor in a supporting role (Barkad Abdi), film editing, sound editing, sound mixing, adapted screenplay. Palace West.

“Frozen” — Two nominations: animated feature, original song. Chisholm Trail 8 (Newton), Movie Machine, Warren Theatre (east and west).

Gravity” — 10 nominations: best picture, lead actress (Sandra Bullock), directing (Alfonso Cuaron), cinematography, film editing, original score, production design, sound editing, sound mixing, visual effects. Warren Theatre (east and west).

“Her” — Five nominations: best picture, original score, original song, production design, original screenplay. Warren Theatre (east and west).

“The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” — Three nominations: sound editing, sound mixing, visual effects. Warren Theatre (east and west).

“Inside Llewyn Davis” — Two nominations: cinematography, sound mixing. Warren Theatre (east).

Nebraska” — Six nominations: best picture, lead actor (Bruce Dern), supporting actress (June Squibb), directing (Alexander Payne), cinematography, original screenplay. Warren Theatre (east).

“Philomena” — Four nominations: best picture, lead actress (Judi Dench), original score, adapted screenplay. Warren Theatre (east).

“Saving Mr. Banks” — One nomination: original score. Augusta Historic Theatre, Chisholm Trail 8 (Newton), Warren Theatre (east and west).

The Wolf of Wall Street” — Five nominations: best picture, lead actor (Leonardo DiCaprio), supporting actor (Jonah Hill), directing (Martin Scorsese), adapted screenplay. Warren Old Town, Warren Theatre (east).

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