Oscar 2023 Nominations: On January 24, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will release the official list of major category Oscar nominations for the 95th award season. Riz Ahmed and Allison Williams will serve as the hosts of the nomination announcements. All eyes will be on the nominations for Best Film, Best Actor (Male and Female), and Best Director, just like in previous years. The nominations for the Academy Awards 2023 are unique for India because up to four titles are chosen in several categories. For those who want to watch the Academy Awards nominations live, stay alert about the Oscars 2023 India connection in addition to information.
Where to watch Oscars 2023 Nominations?
You can watch a live broadcast of the Oscar 2023 nominations announcement on Oscars.org, ABC, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.
When will Oscars 2023 Nominations be announced?
The list of Oscar nominees will be revealed today, on Tuesday at 5:30 am PST/8:30 am EST. The time will be 7:00 pm in Indian Standard Time (IST).
India at Oscars Nomination 2023?
Yes, India has a lot to cheer for at the Oscars this year. We can anticipate “Chhello Show,” the official entry from India for the forthcoming Oscars, “All That Breathes,” “The Elephant Whisperers,” and “Naatu Naatu,” the song from the historical action film “RRR,” which made it to the 95th Academy Awards shortlist.
Expected Movie Nominations at Oscar 2023
Ten movies will compete for the best picture award, with seven of those nominations appearing to be a lock: “The Banshees of Inisherin,” “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” “The Fabelmans,” “Top Gun: Maverick,” “Tár,” “Avatar: The Way of Water,” and “Elvis.” The other two contenders may be Darren Aronofsky’s “The Whale” and, possibly, Sarah Polley’s “Women Talk All Quiet on the Western Front, “Triangle of Sadness,” and “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” would then be competing for the final position.
When is the Oscars 2023 ceremony?
The 95th Academy Awards ceremony will take place at the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood in Los Angeles on March 12 despite the nominations being revealed on January 24. Jimmy Kimmel will be the host of the awards presentation.