The Oscars 2023 are fast approaching, and all eyes are on the battle for Best Picture.
Ten films will battle it out for the coveted award, including sci-fi blockbuster Everything Everywhere All At Once and dark Irish comedy The Banshees of Inisherin.
Most of the nominated films are available to stream, buy or rent from the comfort of your home, although some are only out in cinemas.
Ahead of the Academy Awards ceremony on 12 March, here's how you can watch all of the Oscar Best Picture contenders.
All Quiet on the Western Front
Based on the 1929 novel of the same name, Netflix's All Quiet on the Western Front portrays the grim reality of the First World War.
All Quiet on the Western Front is streaming on Netflix.
Avatar: The Way of Water
James Cameron's long-awaited sequel to his 2009 sci-fi adventure sees Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldaña reprising their roles. Expect a Disney+ streaming release in the future.
Avatar: The Way of Water is out in cinemas now.
The Banshees of Inisherin
In Bruges director Martin McDonagh reunites with Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson for this darkly comic tale set on a remote Irish island.
The Banshees of Inisherin is streaming on Disney+.
Austin Butler makes an uncanny transformation into Elvis Presley for Baz Luhrmann's flashy musical biopic, which also stars Tom Hanks and Olivia DeJonge.
Everything Everywhere All At Once
Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, this multiverse epic hops through multiple genres, from action and sci-fi to comedy and kung fu.
Steven Spielberg's semi-autobiographical drama is an ode to cinema, starring Paul Dano and Michelle Williams as the parents of an inspiring filmmaker.
The Fabelmans is out in cinemas now.
Best Actress favourite Cate Blanchett shines as a troubled orchestra conductor in this psychological drama written and directed by Todd Field.
Tár is out in cinemas now.
Top Gun: Maverick
The biggest UK box-office hit of 2022, Top Gun: Maverick sees Tom Cruise returning to one of his most iconic roles after 35 years.
Triangle of Sadness
Set on a luxury cruise that goes horribly wrong, Ruben Östlund's satirical dark comedy features a brilliant final performance by the late Charlbi Dean.
The only Best Picture nominee directed by a woman, Sarah Polley's Women Talking is a moving drama about sexual abuse in a religious colony.
Women Talking is out in cinemas on 10 February.