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Oscars ‘14: Where to see the nominees
Since the 86th annual Academy Awards will be handed out Sunday, you have two days (and change) to study up before the big night.
Many of the nominees are still playing in Utah theaters — while others are available on DVD.
If you want to see the nominees in the Live-Action Short or Animated Short categories (and you should, because they're really good), they are playing at the Tower Theatre and the Century 16 (South Salt Lake City).
Here's a rundown, by movie, of where you can see the feature-length Oscar nominees:
The Act of Killing
1 Nomination: Documentary Feature<
All Is Lost
1 Nomination: Sound Editing
• On DVD
10 Nominations: Actor in a Leading Role (Christian Bale), Actor in a Supporting Role (Bradley Cooper), Actress in a Leading Role (Amy Adams), Actress in a Supporting Role (Jennifer Lawrence), Best Picture, Costume Design, Directing (David O. Russell), Film Editing, Production Design, Writing (Original Screenplay)
• Salt Lake County: Brewvies Cinema Pub.
August: Osage County
2 Nominations: Actress in a Leading Role (Meryl Streep), Actress in a Supporting Role (Julia Roberts)
• Not playing in local theaters; to be released on DVD on April 8.