Where to view Oscar-nominated films and actors

Where to catch Oscar-nominated movies and performances:

“Brokeback Mountain” – nominations for best picture, actor (Heath Ledger), supporting actor (Jake Gyllenhaal), supporting actress (Michelle Williams), director (Ang Lee), adapted screenplay (Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana): Alderwood Mall, Stanwood, Egyptian, Oak Tree, Seven Gables, Woodinville, Cascade, Oak Harbor Plaza

“Capote” – nominations for best picture, actor (Philip Seymour Hoffman), supporting actress (Catherine Keener), director (Bennett Miller), adapted screenplay (Dan Futterman): Stanwood, Harvard Exit

“Cinderella Man” – nomination for supporting actor (Paul Giamatti): on DVD

“The Constant Gardener” – nominations for supporting actress (Rachel Weisz), adapted screenplay (Jeffrey Caine): on DVD

“Crash” – nominations for best picture, supporting actor (Matt Dillon), director (Paul Haggis), original screenplay (Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco): on DVD

“Good Night, and Good Luck” – nominations for best picture, actor (David Strathairn), director (George Clooney):, original screenplay (George Clooney and Grant Heslov): Stanwood, Metro, Uptown

“A History of Violence” – nomination for supporting actor (William Hurt):, adapted screenplay (Josh Olson): not playing

“Hustle &Flow” – nomination for best actor (Terrence Howard): on DVD

“Junebug” – nomination for supporting actress (Amy Adams): on DVD

“Match Point” – nomination for original screenplay (Woody Allen): Metro, Pacific Place

“Mrs. Henderson Presents” – nomination for axtress (Judi Dench): Edmonds, Meridian, Metro

“Munich” – nominations for best picture, director (Steven Spielberg), adapted screenplay (Tony Kushner and Eric Roth): Meridian, Metro

“North Country” – nominations for actress (Charlize Theron): supporting actress (Frances McDormand): on DVD

“Pride &Prejudice” – nomination for actress (Keira Knightley): Crest; on DVD

“The Squid and the Whale” – nomination for original screenplay (Noah Baumbach): not playing

“Syriana” – nomination for supporting actor (George Clooney), original screenplay (Stephen Gaghan): Meridian

“Transamerica” – nomination for actress (Felicity Huffman): Metro, Pacific Place

“Walk the Line” – nominations for actor (Joaquin Phoenix), actress (Reese Witherspoon): Crest; on DVD

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