The five most awarded films at the Oscars and where

The five most awarded films at the Oscars and where to see them

This Tuesday the films nominated for the 2024 Oscars will be announced, which will take place on March 10 in the USA. Possible nominees include “Oppenheimer” and “Poor Creatures”, who expect an interesting competition and the opportunity to set new records in the history of the event.

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Historically, three films stand out for having won 11 Oscars each. “Titanic” (1997), still remarkable more than two decades after its release, is at the top with 14 nominations and 11 wins. Directed by James Cameron and available on Star+, the film is famous for its dramatic recreation of the tragic sinking of the famous ocean liner in 1912.

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“Ben-Hur” (1959), available on HBO Max, is tied for second place. This epic film starring Charlton Heston tells the story of two friends, a Jew and a Roman, who become enemies at the time of Christ. The film was nominated 12 times and won 11 statuettes, including the Best Picture award.

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Rounding out this trio of big winners is The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003), also available on HBO Max. This film that was Best Picture at the 76th Awards, making history by winning in every category in which it was nominated and also picking up 11 Oscars.

After these cinema titans, “Gone With the Wind” (1939) and “Love Without Barriers” (1961), available on HBO Max and Claro Video respectively, close the top five with 10 awards each. The former has recently sparked controversy over its racist portrayal, while the latter was reimagined by Steven Spielberg in 2021.

As the 2024 Gala approaches, the film world waits with bated breath to see whether any of the new films will meet or exceed these impressive records.

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