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2014 Academy Awards: Oscar-nominated movies on demand

Many of the nominated films of the 86th Annual Academy Awards (which will be presented on March 2, 2014, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles) can be seen only in theaters for now, but there are quite a few nominated movies that are or will be available for viewing on demand before the Oscar ceremony. Many of the other movies will premiere sometime in March 2014 after the Oscar ceremony. (Check with your cable or satellite provider to find the on-demand movie channels on your system.)

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Here is a list of the movies that received Oscar nominations that are available on demand before or during March 2014. The Oscar nomination(s) received by each movie are listed after each movie.


"12 Years a Slave" – Available March 18, 2014.

  • Best Picture
  • Best Director - Steve McQueen
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role - Chiwetel Ejiofor
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Michael Fassbender
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Lupita Nyong'o
  • Best Adapted Screenplay
  • Best Costume Design
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Production Design

"20 Feet From Stardom" – Now playing.

  • Best Documentary Feature

"The Act of Killing" – Now playing.

  • Best Documentary Feature

“All Is Lost” – Now playing.

  • Best Sound Editing

"American Hustle" – Available March 18, 2014.

  • Best Picture
  • Best Director - David O. Russell
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role - Christian Bale
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role - Amy Adams
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Bradley Cooper
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Jennifer Lawrence
  • Best Original Screenplay
  • Best Costume Design
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Production Design

“Blue Jasmine” – Now playing.

  • Best Actress in a Leading Role - Cate Blanchett
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Sally Hawkins
  • Best Original Screenplay

“The Book Thief” – Available March 25, 2014

  • Best Original Score

“The Broken Circle Breakdown” – Now playing.

  • Best Foreign-Language Film

“Captain Phillips” – Now playing.

  • Best Picture
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Barkhad Abdi
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Sound Editing
  • Best Sound Mixing
  • Best Adapted Screenplay

“Cutie and the Boxer” – Now playing.

  • Best Documentary Feature

“Dallas Buyers Club” – Now playing.

  • Best Picture
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role - Matthew McConaughey
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Jared Leto
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Makeup and Hairstyling

“Despicable Me 2” – Now playing.

  • Best Animated Feature
  • Best Original Song ("Happy")

“Gravity” – Available Feb. 25, 2014.

  • Best Picture
  • Best Director - Alfonso Cuarón
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role - Sandra Bullock
  • Best Visual Effects
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Production Design
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Sound Editing
  • Best Sound Mixing

“The Grandmaster” – Now playing.

  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Costume Design

"The Great Beauty" – Available Feb. 25, 2014.

  • Best Foreign-Language Film

“The Hunt” – Now playing.

  • Best Foreign-Language Film

"Inside Llewyn Davis" – Available March 11, 2014.

  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Sound Mixing

"Iron Man 3" – Now playing. Also available on Starz on Demand.

  • Best Visual Effects

“Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” – Available March 18, 2014.

  • Best Original Song ("Ordinary Love")

“Nebraska” – Available Feb. 25, 2014.

  • Best Picture
  • Best Director - Alexander Payne
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role - Bruce Dern
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role - June Squibb
  • Best Original Screenplay
  • Best Cinematography

"Prisoners" – Now playing.

  • Best Cinematography

"Star Trek Into Darkness" – Now playing. Also available on Epix on Demand.

  • Best Visual Effects

“The Wolf of Wall Street” – Available March 25, 2014.

  • Best Picture
  • Best Director - Martin Scorsese
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role - Leonardo DiCaprio
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Jonah Hill
  • Best Adapted Screenplay


All of the 2014 Oscar nominees in the short-film categories are available on VOD, as of Feb. 25, 2014. A select number of movie theaters are showing these films through the week of the Oscar ceremony. Click here for more info.

Here are the details on all the 2014 Oscar nominees in the short-film categories.




Director: Selma Vilhunen

Producer: Elli Toivoniemi, Tuffi Films Ltd.

Mother Sini wakes up in a panic: she has slept in and the family is late for a wedding. She wakes up her husband Jokke and daughters Ella, 6, and Kerttu, 4. They start to prepare themselves in a hurry. Mother is going crazy since nobody else seems to be able to do anything right. Who has messed father’s shirt, hid girls’ dresses and the wedding gift?



Director: Anders Walter

Producers’: Kim Magnusson, Tivi Magnusson and M&M Productions

Executive Producers’: Andreas Rostock, Lasse Marcussen and Henrik Gugge Garnov

A hospital’s eccentric janitor helps a young dying boy regain the joy and happiness of life.



Director: Xavier Legrand

While her children pretend to go to school, Miriam hurries to pick them up and take them to her work place. She explains to her boss that she has to leave the region in a rush.



Director: Esteban Crespo

Executive Producer: Jose Luis Matas-Negrete

The short film "Aque No Era Yo (That Wasn't Me)", written and directed by Spanish director Esteban Crespo, tells the story of Paula and Kaney. Two characters, an African child and a Spanish woman, who could have nothing in common, but will get to join their lives forever through a life-giving shot.



Director: Mark Gill Producers: Baldwin Li and Lee Thomas

Doctor Williams is called in to examine the enigmatic Mr Voorman, a prisoner with a peculiar affliction: he believes he is a god. The doctor must decide on the sanity of Mr Voorman: is he a faker or a lunatic? Diagnose him insane and they can ship him off to the asylum. But before making a decision, the doctor has several questions in relation to Voorman’s claim: why would a god choose to be straitjacketed in a prison, is there a way he can validate his boast and what has any of this got to do with Belgium?




Director: Daniel Sousa

A wild boy is found in the woods by a solitary hunter and brought back to civilization. Alienated by a strange new environment, the boy tries to adapt by using the same strategies that kept him safe in the forest.



Director: Lauren MacMullan Producer: Dorothy McKim

Walt Disney Animation Studios’ innovative new short “Get A Horse!” is a contemporary homage to the first animated shorts featuring Mickey Mouse, with all-new, black-and-white, hand-drawn animation that’s paired with full-color, 3D, CG filmmaking—in the same frame. Mickey (voice of Walt Disney), his favorite gal pal Minnie Mouse and their friends Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow delight in a musical haywagon ride—until Peg-Leg Pete shows up and tries to run them off the road. This groundbreaking short takes a sharp turn when Mickey finds himself separated from Minnie and must use every trick up his sleeve to find his way back to her. Directed by Lauren MacMullan and produced by Dorothy McKim, “Get A Horse!” is in theaters in front of “Frozen”.



Director and Producer: Laurent Witz

Co-Director: Alexandre Espigares

Mr Hublot lives in a world where characters are made partially of mechanical parts, driving huge vehicles, rub shoulders with each other. A world where the giant scale of machines and the relentless use of salvaged materials reign supreme.

A withdrawn, idiosyncratic character with OCD, Mr Hublot is scared of change and the outside world. His solution: he doesn't step foot outside his apartment! The arrival of the dog Robot Pet will turn his life upside down: he has to share his home with this very invasive companion...



Director and Writer: Shuhei Morita Producers’: Yasumasa Tsuchiya, Daisuke Uchiyama, Motoki Mukaichi

The 18th Century. On a stormy night, deep in the mountains, a man has lost his way and comes across a small shrine. When he enters, the space suddenly turns into a room in a different world. One after another appear abandoned umbrellas, discarded kimonos, and such spectral things. The man painstakingly mends these paraphernalia, which harbor deep-seated bitterness, and brings them comfort. “How well you served people before you turned to rags. Your rest is earned.”



Director: Max Lang & Jan Lachauer Producer: Michael Rose and Martin Pope

A half-hour animated film based on the wonderful children’s picture book written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. Room On The Broom is a magical tale about friendship and family from Magic Light Pictures, the producers of the hugely successful The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo’s Child. A story about a kind witch who invites a surprising collection of animals to join her on her broom, much to the frustration of her cat. The gang ultimately saves the witch from a fearsome dragon, and in gratitude she rewards them with a magnificent new broom which has room for everyone. Featuring the voices of Gillian Anderson (Witch), Rob Brydon (Cat), Martin Clunes (Dog), Sally Hawkins (Bird), Simon Pegg (Narrator), Timothy Spall (Dragon), David Walliams (Frog).




Director and Producer: Jeffrey Karoff

Ra Paulette digs cathedral-like, "eighth wonder of the world" art caves into the sandstone cliffs of Northern New Mexico. Each creation takes him years to complete, and each is a masterwork. But patrons who have commissioned caves have cut off nearly all of his projects due to artistic differences. Fed up, Ra has chosen to forego commissions altogether and create a massive, 10-year project, his Magnum Opus.



Director and Producer: Jason Cohen

The worlds of a former neo-Nazi and the gay victim of his senseless hate crime attack collide by chance 25 years after the incident that dramatically shaped both of their lives. They proceed to embark on a journey of forgiveness that challenges both to grapple with their beliefs and fears, eventually leading to an improbable collaboration... and friendship.



Director: Sara Ishaq Producers: Setara Films and Hot Spot Films

"Karama Has No Walls" is a documentary film set in Change Square, in Yemen’s capital city Sana’a, where members of a heavily armed population set aside their weapons, and peacefully assembled in early 2011 to demand the fall of Ali Abdullah Saleh’s 33 year autocratic rule.

As pro-government snipers shot dead 53 protesters and injured a thousand more, the Yemen nation was shaken to its core and the masses flocked to the square in solidarity with their fellow citizens. The film illustrates the nature of the 2011 Yemeni uprising in stark contrast to the gross violations of human rights that took place on the Friday of Dignity (Juma’at El-Karama), marking a turning point in Yemen’s revolution. Through the lenses of two cameramen and the accounts of two fathers, the film retells the story of the people behind the statistics and news reports, encapsulating the tragic events of the day as they unfolded from a prayer gathering into a barrage of bullets.



Director and Producer: Edgar Barens Coordinating Producer: Greg Rhem Editor: Geof Bartz Senior Producer: Lisa Heller Executive Producer: Shelia Nevins An HBO Documentary Film

"Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall," an HBO documentary film, is a moving cinema verité documentary that breaks through the walls of one of America’s oldest maximum security prisons to tell the story of the final months in the life of a terminally ill prisoner, Jack Hall and the hospice volunteers, they themselves prisoners, who care for him. The movie draws from footage shot over a six-month period behind the walls of the Iowa State Penitentiary and provides a fascinating and often poignant account of how the hospice experience can profoundly touch even the forsaken lives of the incarcerated. The film debuts on HBO on March 31, 2014.



Director and Producer: Malcolm Clarke Producers: Nick Reed and Chris Branch

The Lady In Number 6 is one of the most inspirational and uplifting stories of the year. 109 year old, Alice Herz Sommer, the world's oldest pianist and Holocaust survivor shares her story on how to achieve a long and happy life. She discusses the importance of music, laughter and how to have an optimistic outlook on life.

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