Oscars 2021 winners have been announced with Nomadland bagging the most number of awards. Chloe Zhao, who bagged the award for Best Director for Nomadland, created history as she became the second woman to win the Best Director trophy. Yuh-Jung Youn became the first Korean actress to take away the trophy for Best Supporting Actress for Minari. Mia Neal and Jamika Wilson became the first Black women to win the award for Makeup And Styling for Mai Rainey’s Black Bottom. We saw many other historic wins at the award show that made Oscars 2021 a predictable yet memorable event.

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Anthony Hopkins won Best Actor for The Father over late actor Chadwick Boseman, who died last year of cancer. Anthony’s win came as a shocker for many, as Boseman had swept most awards season so far for his performance in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom earlier. Frances McDormand, star of Nomadland, bagged her third Best Actress Oscar. Oscars 2021 winners also included Another Round, from Denmark, which was awarded Best International Feature Film. Mank picked two Oscars for Best Cinematography and Best Production Design, while Pakistani-origin actor Riz Ahmed’s Sound Of Metal won two of its six nominations including Best Sound and Best Film Editing.

These films truly deserved the honours, and if you still haven’t watched the films yet, it is not too late for you. Most of the films that have bagged an Oscar are available online for the audience to watch. While you can watch
Nomadland on Hotstar from April 30, The Father is in cinemas now. Another Round and Judas And The Black Messiah are both available on BookMyShow Stream.

You can watch Minari in cinemas, whereas Sound Of Metal is available for you to watch on Amazon Prime Video. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Mank, My Octopus Teacher, Two Distant Strangers, If Anything Happens I Love You are available to stream on Netflix. You can also watch Tenet on Amazon Prime Video, while Colette is available for streaming on Youtube. Emerald Fennell’s Promising Young Woman is, however, yet to stream. If you are interested in watching the Best Animated Feature Film, Soul, it is available on Hotstar.