The 94th Academy Awards are right around the corner and it's the perfect time to stream nominated projects you might not have seen yet.
Ahead of Hollywood's biggest night, you can watch several Oscar-nominated films -- and movies featuring nominated actors -- on Hulu.
If you aren't a Hulu subscriber, plans start at $6.99 per month, and there is a bundle offer featuring Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+ for $13.99 per month.
The 2022 Academy Awards will air Sunday, March 27, at 8 p.m. EST.
Check out a list of nominated films and actors on Hulu below:
'Summer of Soul'
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson makes his directorial debut with "Summer of Soul," a documentary about the Harlem Cultural Festival in 1969.
The film is nominated for best documentary feature at the 2022 Oscars and has received several accolades during awards season so far.
It was named best documentary by the National Board of Review and has taken home awards at the Choice Documentary Awards, Film Independent Spirit Awards, American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards and the IDA Documentary Awards, among others.
While appearing on "Nightline" in 2021, Questlove spoke about the significance of the festival, which ran from June to August of 1969, and about bringing this footage to the forefront after it was "forgotten."
"The Harlem cultural festival was this beautiful event organized by Tony Lawrence and Hal Tulchin that had Sly and the Family Stone, Nina Simone, B.B. King ... all these key figures in Black music came together during that summer of 1969," he said. "Over 300,000 people witnessed this."
Questlove breaks down "Summer of Soul," his film unearthing the Harlem Cultural Festival—the astonishing but forgotten moment in 1969 when Nina Simone and more key figures in Black music played before 300,000 people. #SoulofANation pic.twitter.com/OxSzsGuCCf— ABC News (@ABC) June 19, 2021
The documentary brings these performances from the festival back into the spotlight to celebrate them and "inspire" and "touch" people, according to Questlove.
Watch "Summer of Soul" here.
In this Jonas Poher Rasmussen-directed animated documentary, a refugee, using the the pseudonym Amin Nawabi, shares his life story, detailing how he and his family fled their home in Afghanistan when he was a child and the painful five-year journey taken before he eventually came to live alone in Denmark.
The project is the first time Amin is opening up about his childhood, his sexuality, separating from his family, and more. Rasmussen, who has known Amin since he was 15 years old, had asked his friend to share his story before but he had not been ready.
"Flee" is the first film in Oscars history to be nominated for best documentary feature, best international feature and best animated feature.
The film showcases the heartbreaking plight many refugees face in finding safety, a sense of belonging and peace after being forced to leave their homes.
Watch "Flee" here.
Another standout Oscar-nominated project is Guillermo del Toro's "Nightmare Alley," which is up for best picture, best cinematography, production design and best costume design.
The thriller, based on a 1946 novel by William Lindsay Gresham, features an all-star cast consisting of Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Toni Collette, Rooney Mara, Willem Dafoe, Richard Jenkins, Ron Perlman and Mary Steenburgen.
Cooper stars as Stan Carlisle, a man who arrives at a carnival, secures a job there and starts studying the tricks of a circus couple, clairvoyant Zeena (Toni Collette) and her husband Pete (David Strathairn). After learning about their code they use for their act, he ventures off on his own with a performer from the circus, Molly (Rooney Mara), to create his own act using their methods.
The con that he creates -- with the help of psychiatrist (Cate Blanchett) -- eventually catches up to him and he faces the consequences of his deceit.
Watch "Nightmare Alley" here.
'Four Good Days'
Award-winning artist Diane Warren is nominated for best original song for “Somehow You Do” from 2020 drama, “Four Good Days.”
The film stars Glenn Close and Mila Kunis and chronicles an addict's struggle to stay clean for four days, while receiving support from her mother, who has witnessed her daughter's relapses for years.
This is Warren's 13th Oscar nomination.
Watch "Four Good Days" here.
Kirsten Stewart is nominated in the best actress category for her portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín's "Spencer."
The film is an imagining of a weekend Princess Diana spent with the royal family at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk over Christmas in 1991, when she supposedly decided to leave Prince Charles.
Watch "Spencer" here.