It will be an unforgettable gala! The most awaited day for movie enthusiasts is soon to arrive. This Sunday, March 12, the 95th ceremony of the Oscar awards, a 2023 edition that has the South Korean film “Everything at the same time everywhere” as the great favorite to win the most statuettes thanks to its 11 nominations, while “All Quiet Front” is the great candidate to win for best movie. In the following note we will detail how you can see the award ceremony from Mexico, which will be broadcast on free open TV for the entire country, so pay close attention to the following paragraphs.
Where to see the 2023 Oscar Awards in Mexico?
For the benefit of all Mexicans, you will be able to watch the Oscars 2023 Awards thanks to the open TV signal of TV Azteca, which will broadcast the entire minute-by-minute transmission of the award ceremony on channel 7. But if you are not a fan of this channel, you can also follow the TNT cable signal and HBO Max (paid for streaming), which will also show the 95th edition of these film awards.
What time do the 2023 Oscar Awards start in Mexico?
In Mexico, the start time of the transmission of the Oscar 2023 Awards will be from 5:00 pm with all the previous event that will take place in the United States, at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. Remember that the start of the transmission of the award ceremony in Mexico will be from 6:00 pm (Central Mexico).
The biggest candidates for the Oscars 2023
The wacky sci-fi movie “Everything Everywhere At The Same Time” leads the race for Oscar with 11 nominations, followed by the German-language World War I film “All Quiet at the Front” and the tragic comedy “The Banshees of Inisherin”, both with nine.
The main nominations of the Oscars 2023
– “No news at the front”
– “Avatar: The path of water”
– “The spirits of the island” (“Souls in pain of Inisherin” in Spain)
– “Everything everywhere at the same time”
– “The Fabelmans”
– “Top Gun: Maverick”
– “The triangle of sadness”
– “They speak”
-Austin Butler, “Elvis”
– Colin Farrell, “The Spirits of the Island”
– Brendan Fraser, “The Whale”
-Paul Mescal, “Aftersun”
-Bill Nighy, “Living”
– Cate Blanchett, “Tár”
– Ana de Armas, “Blonde”
-Andrea Riseborough, “To Leslie”
– Michelle Williams, “The Fabelmans”
– Michelle Yeoh, “Everything everywhere at the same time”