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Oscar winners: Where to find them in KC theaters and on video

“Big Hero 6” won the Oscar for animated feature, and the short before it, “Feast,” won animated short.
“Big Hero 6” won the Oscar for animated feature, and the short before it, “Feast,” won animated short. Walt Disney Pictures

Many of the Academy Award winners are capitalizing on their awards glow by expanding to more KC theaters. And others are playing on only one or two screens. Most of them are also out on video, but not all. We’ve tracked them down for you.

“Birdman”

Won: Picture, director, cinematography, original screenplay

In theaters: Everywhere starting Friday

On video: Yes

“The Grand Budapest Hotel”

Won: Makeup, costumes, production design, musical score

In theaters: AMC Town Center

On video: Yes and HBO

“Whiplash”

Won: Supporting actor, editing, sound mixing

In theaters: Plenty of them, starting Friday

On video: Yes

“The Theory of Everything”

Won: Actor

In theaters: Plenty of them

On video: Yes

“Boyhood”

Won: Supporting actress

In theaters: AMC Town Center

On video: Yes

“Big Hero 6” and “Feast”

Won: Animated feature and animated short

In theaters: Barrywoods, Independence, Studio 30, Town Center, Olathe Great Mall, starting Friday

On video: Yes

“The Imitation Game”

Won: Adapted screenplay

In theaters: Everywhere

On video: March 31

“Selma”

Won: Original song

In theaters: Cinemark Palace, AMC Ward Parkway

On video: In May

“American Sniper”

Won: Sound editing

In theaters: Everywhere

On video: In April

“Still Alice”

Won: Best actress

In theaters: Plenty of them

On video: In April

“Interstellar”

Won: Visual effects

In theaters: AMC Town Center

On video: March 31

“CitizenFour”

Won: Documentary feature

In theaters: No

On video: HBO Go and iTunes

“Ida”

Won: Foreign language film

In theaters: No

On video: Yes

To reach Sharon Hoffmann, call 816-234-4457 or email shoffmann@kcstar.com.

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