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Where to see Oscar-nominated movies

Bradley Cooper is nominated as best actor for portraying Chris Kyle in “American Sniper.”
Bradley Cooper is nominated as best actor for portraying Chris Kyle in “American Sniper.” Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

Here is where you can find Oscar-nominated movies.

Now in Wichita theaters

“American Sniper” — Six nominations: Best picture, actor (Bradley Cooper), editing, sound editing, sound mixing, adapted screenplay. (Warren Theatre east and west, Chisholm Trail 8 in Newton, Derby Plaza, Movie Machine, Warren Oldtown)

“Foxcatcher” — Five nominations: Best directing (Bennett Miller), actor (Steve Carell), supporting actor (Mark Ruffalo), makeup and hairstyling, original screenplay. (Warren Theatre east)

“Gone Girl” — One nomination: Best actress. (Palace Theatre)

“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” — One nomination: Sound editing. (Warren Theatre west).

“The Imitation Game” — Eight nominations: Best picture, directing (Morten Tyldum), actor (Benedict Cumberbatch), supporting actress (Keira Knightley), original score, production design, film editing, adapted screenplay. (Warren Theatre east and west, Chisholm Trail 8 in Newton)

“Into the Woods” — Three nominations: Supporting actress (Meryl Streep), costume design, production design. (Warren Theatre east and west)

“Selma” — Two nominations: Best Picture, original song. (Warren Theatre east)

“Unbroken” — Three nominations: Best sound editing, sound mixing, cinematography. (Warren Theatre east and west)

“Wild” — Two nominations: Best actress (Reese Witherspoon), supporting actress (Laura Dern). (Warren Theatre east)

Not yet released in Wichita

“Mr. Turner” — Four nominations: Cinematography, original score, costume design, production design.

“Still Alice” — One nomination: Best actress (Julianne Moore).

“Two Days, One Night” — One nomination: Best actress (Marion Cotillard).

Now on home video

“Boyhood” — Six nominations: Best picture, directing (Richard Linklater), supporting actor (Ethan Hawke), supporting actress (Patricia Arquette), film editing, original screenplay.

“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” — One nomination: Visual effects.

“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” — One nomination: Visual effects.

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” — Nine nominations: Best picture, directing (Wes Anderson), film editing, makeup and hairstyling, costume design, production design, cinematography, original screenplay, original score.

“Guardians of the Galaxy” — Two nominations: Makeup and hairstyling, visual effects.

“How to Train Your Dragon 2” — One nomination: Best animated feature.

“The Lego Movie” — One nomination: Best original song.

“Maleficent” — One nomination: Costume design.

“X-Men: Days of Future Past” — One nomination: Best visual effects.

Coming to home video

“Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” — Nine nominations: Best picture, directing (Alejandro G. Inarritu), actor (Michael Keaton), supporting actor (Edward Norton), supporting actress (Emma Stone), cinematography, sound mixing, sound editing, original screenplay. (Feb. 17)

“The Boxtrolls” — One nomination: Best animated feature. (Jan. 20)

“Interstellar” — Five nominations: sound mixing, original score, visual effects, production design, sound editing. (March 15)

“The Judge” — One nomination: Best supporting actor (Robert Duvall). (Jan. 27)

“Nightcrawler” — One nomination: Original screenplay. (Feb. 10)

“The Theory of Everything” — Five nominations: Best picture, actor (Eddie Redmayne), actress (Felicity Jones), original score, adapted screenplay. (Feb. 17)

“Whiplash” — Five nominations: Best picture, supporting actor (J.K. Simmons), sound mixing, film editing, adapted screenplay. (Feb. 24)

The Academy Awards will be held Feb. 22.

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