2011 Oscars on DVD and Blu-ray

This year’s Academy Award nominated and winning movies (winning movies and their winning categories are in red) are listed below, and many are already on DVD and Blu-ray or coming soon. Here’s the complete list, in alphabetical order. We’ll keep it updated when more films are scheduled for release, so keep checking back. And if you want to buy them, check out Amazon’s Oscar page.

Movie (Studio)Award CategoryDVD/Blu-ray Release
127 Hours (Fox)Best picture, best actor (James Franco), best editing, best score, best original song (“If I Rise”), best adapted screenplayMarch 1
Alice in Wonderland (Disney)Best art direction, best costume design, best visual effectsJune 1, 2010
Animal Kingdom (Sony)Best supporting actress (Jacki Weaver)Jan. 18
Another Year (Sony)Best original screenplayNot yet announced
Barney’s Version (Sony)Best makeupNot yet announced
Biutiful (Roadside Attractions)Best actor (Javier Bardem), best foreign-language filmNot yet announced
Black Swan (Fox)Best picture, best actress (Natalie Portman), best cinematography, best director, best editingMarch 29
Blue Valentine (Weinstein/ Anchor Bay)Best actress (Michelle Williams)May 10
The ConfessionBest live-action shortNot yet announced
Country Strong (Sony)Best original song (“Coming Home”)April 12
The CrushBest live-action shortNot yet announced
Day & Night (Disney)Best animated shortNov. 2 (on Toy Story 3 disc)
Dogtooth (Kino Lorber)Best foreign-language filmJan. 25
Exit Through the Gift Shop (Oscilloscope Laboratories)Best documentaryDec. 14, 2010
The Fighter (Paramount)Best picture, best supporting actor (Christian Bale), best supporting actress (Amy Adams), best supporting actress (Melissa Leo), best director, best editing, best original screenplayMarch 15
Gasland (New Video Group)
Best documentaryDec. 14, 2010
God of LoveBest live-action shortNot yet announced
The GruffaloBest animated shortNot yet announced
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (Warner)Best art direction, best visual effectsApril 15
Hereafter (Warner)Best visual effectsMarch 15
How to Train Your Dragon (DreamWorks/Paramount)Best animated film, best scoreOct. 15, 2010
I Am Love (Magnolia)Best costume designOct. 12, 2010
The Illusionist (Sony)Best animated filmNot yet announced
In a Better World (Sony)Best foreign-language filmNot yet announced
Incendies (Sony)Best foreign-language filmNot yet announced
Inception (Warner)Best picture, best art direction, best cinematography, best score, best sound editing, best sound mixing, best visual effects, best original screenplayDec. 7, 2010
Inside Job (Sony)Best documentaryMarch 8
Iron Man 2 (Paramount)Best visual effectsSept. 28, 2010
The Kids Are All Right (Universal)Best picture, best supporting actor (Mark Ruffalo), best actress (Annette Bening), best original screenplayNov. 16, 2010
Killing in the NameBest documentary shortNot yet announced
The King’s Speech (Weinstein)Best picture, best actor (Colin Firth), best supporting actor (Geoffrey Rush), best supporting actress (Helena Bonham Carter), best art direction, best cinematography, best costume design, best director, best editing, best score, best sound mixing, best original screenplayApril 19
Let’s PolluteBest animated shortNot yet announced
The Lost ThingBest animated shortNot yet announced
Madagascar, a Journey Diary (Madagascar, Carnet de Voyage)Best animated shortNot yet announced
Na WeweBest live-action shortNot yet announced
Outside the Law (Hors-la-loi)Best foreign-language filmNot yet announced
Poster GirlBest documentary shortNot yet announced
Rabbit Hole (Lionsgate)Best actress (Nicole Kidman)April 19
Restrepo (Virgil)Best documentaryDec. 7, 2010
Salt (Sony)Best sound mixingDec. 21, 2010
The Social Network (Sony)Best picture, best actor (Jesse Eisenberg), best cinematography, best editing, best score, best sound mixing, best adapted screenplayJan. 11
Strangers No MoreBest documentary shortNoy yet announced
Sun Come UpBest documentary shortNot yet announced
Tangled (Disney)Best original song (“I See the Light”)March 29
The Tempest (Disney)Best costume designNot yet announced
The Town (Warner)Best supporting actor (Jeremy Renner)Dec. 17, 2010
Toy Story 3 (Disney)Best picture, best animated film, best original song (“We Belong Together”), best sound editing, best adapted screenplayNov. 2, 2010
Tron: Legacy (Disney)Best sound editingApril 5
True Grit (Paramount)Best picture, best actor (Jeff Bridges), best supporting actress (Hailee Steinfeld), best art direction, best cinematography, best costume design, best director, best sound editing, best sound mixing, best adapted screenplayNot yet announced
Unstoppable (Fox)Best sound editingFeb. 15
The Warriors of QuigangBest documentary shortNot yet announced
Waste Land (Arthouse Films)Best documentaryMarch 15
The Way Back (Newmarket)Best makeupApril 22
Winter’s Bone (Lionsgate)Best picture, best supporting actor (John Hawkes), best actress (Jennifer Lawrence), best adapted screenplayOct. 26, 2010
Wish 143Best live-action shortNot yet announced
The Wolfman (Universal)Best makeupOct. 26, 2010

About S. Clark

Sam Clark is the former Managing Editor/Online Editor of Video Business magazine. With 19 years experience in journalism, 12 in the home entertainment industry, Sam has been hooked on movies on since she saw E.T. then stared into the sky waiting to meet her own friendly alien. Thanks to her husband’s shared love of movies, Sam reviews Blu-ray discs in a true home theater, with a 118-inch screen, projector and cushy recliners with cup holders.