The big moment we wait for every year. The 2024 Oscar Nominations are finally in. While not all films are available for free online, we still have a few select choices to watch fully for free, with others available on Netflix and Vimeo on Demand. Enjoy the watch!

Live-Action Short Film Nominees


by Vincent René-Lortie and Samuel Caron

Inspired by a true story, Invincible recounts the last 48 hours in the life of Marc-Antoine Bernier, a 14-year-old boy on a desperate quest for freedom.

Watch it now on Film Shortage

The After

by Misan Harriman and Nicky Bentham

The After is a 2023 British short film scripted by John Julius Schwabach and directed by Misan Harriman on his directorial debut. The film starring David Oyelowo and Jessica Plummer, tells the story of Dayo, a grieving rideshare driver who after losing family members to a violent crime picks up a passenger who helps him confront the past.

Watch it now on Netflix

Knight of Fortune

by Lasse Lyskjær Noer and Christian Norlyk

The loss of a loved one, the grief, the risk of yellow skin, and a coffin, this is too much for Karl to face. It is much easier to fix a broken lamp. A chance encounter with a stranger will help him face his pain.

Watch it now on YouTube

Red, White and Blue

by Nazrin Choudhury and Sara McFarlane

Rachel (Brittany Snow) is a single parent living paycheck to paycheck. When an unexpected pregnancy threatens to unravel her already precarious position, she’s forced to cross state lines in search of an abortion. As Rachel contemplates the series of events that necessitated this journey and the obstacles placed in her path, we learn a heartbreaking truth that means her life will never be the same again.

Available to rent

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar

by Wes Anderson and Steven Rales

A beloved Roald Dahl story about a rich man who learns about a guru who can see without using his eyes and then sets out to master the skill in order to cheat at gambling.

Watch Now on Netflix

Animated Short Film Nominees

Letter To a Pig

by Tal Kantor and Amit R. Gicelter

In this new film by Tal Kantor, a Holocaust survivor reads a letter he wrote to the pig who saved his life. Alma, a young schoolgirl, hears his testimony in class and sinks into an inner dark journey, where she confronts questions of identity as the boundary between animalism and the extremes of human nature blurs.

‘Letter To a Pig’ is still enjoying a festival run so the film is not online yet.

Ninety-Five Senses

by Jerusha Hess and Jared Hess

An ode to the body’s five senses, delivered by a man with little time left to enjoy them. Tim Blake Nelson and a diverse team of animators from Latin America and the U.S. bring to life this bittersweet tale of regret and redemption from visionary duo Jerusha and Jared Hess.

Watch it on Documentary+

Our Uniform

by Yegane Moghaddam

An Iranian girl unfolds her school memories through the wrinkles and fabrics of her old uniform. She admits that she’s nothing but a “female” and explores the roots of this idea in her school years.

‘Our Uniform’ is still enjoying a festival run so the film is not online yet.


by Stéphanie Clément and Marc Rius

Like every summer, Louise is entrusted to her grandparents for a few days of vacation in the countryside. Between the green grass in the garden, swimming in the lake, fishing with grandpa, everything seems as sweet as grandma’s strawberry pies. But this year, it will snow in the middle of summer and a monster will die.

Watch it on Vimeo on Demand

War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko

by Dave Mullins and Brad Booker

WAR IS OVER! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko is an 11-minute animated film, set in an alternate WWI reality where a senseless war rages on, two soldiers on opposite sides of the conflict play a game of chess. A heroic carrier pigeon delivers the soldiers’ chess moves over the battlefield as the fighting escalates. Neither soldier knows his opponent as the game and the war builds to its climatic final move. Whoever wins the game, one thing is for certain: there are no winners in war.

‘War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko’ is still enjoying a festival run so the film is not online yet.