WEEK IN WOMEN: A guide to seeing this year’s Oscar-nominated films

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Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the 2018 Academy Awards. Oscars photo

Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the 2018 Academy Awards. Oscars photo

The 90th Oscars will be handed out Sunday at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, and will be broadcast live on ABC at 8 p.m. Eastern / 7 p.m. Central / 5 p.m. Pacific Time. There’s still time to catch up on seeing the nominees in theaters and on smaller screens before the big event.

With help from the Associated Press and The New York Times, I’ve compiled this handy guide to seeing some of the top Academy Award-nominated films:

The Shape of Water“: 13 nominations, including best picture, best actress and best director. Where to see it: in theaters.

“Get Out”: four nominations, including best picture, best actor and best director. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes, DVD Netflix, Redbox, Google Play, YouTube Movies, HBO Go, HBO Now.

“Call Me By Your Name”: four nominations, including best picture, best actor. Where to see it: in theaters.

“Darkest Hour”: six nominations, including best picture and best actor. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes, DVD Netflix, Redbox, Google Play, YouTube Movies.

“Dunkirk”: eight nominations, including best picture and best director. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes, DVD Netflix, Redbox, Google Play, YouTube Movies.

“Lady Bird”: five nominations, including best picture, best actress and best director. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes, DVD Netflix, Redbox, Google Play, YouTube Movies.

“Phantom Thread”: six nominations, including best picture, best actor and best director. Where to see it: in theaters.

The Post“: two nominations, including best picture and best actress. Where to see it: in theaters.

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”: seven nominations, including best picture, best original screenplay and best actress. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes, DVD Netflix, Redbox, Google Play, YouTube Movies.

Mudbound”: four nominations, including best cinematography, best supporting actress and best adapted screenplay. Where to see it: Netflix.

“The Florida Project”: one nomination, for best supporting actor. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes.

“Blade Runner 2049”: five nominations, including best production design, best cinematography and best visual effects. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes.

“Roman J. Israel, Esq.”: one nomination, for best actor. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes.

“Victoria & Abdul”: two nominations, for best costume design and best makeup and hair. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes.

“Logan”: one nomination, for best adapted screenplay. Where to see it: HBO, iTunes.

“Loving Vincent”: one nomination, for best animated feature. Where to see it: Amazon, iTunes.

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