Here's How You Can Watch 'Moonlight' Right Now

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The Academy Awards have now come and gone, but it’s not too late to see 2016’s Best Picture, “Moonlight.”

Barry Jenkins’ drama, an unflinching and deeply affecting story about a black, gay boy growing up in a Miami housing project, was one of Sunday night’s biggest winners. The film was nominated for eight Oscars and picked up three: Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali’s performance and Best Adapted Screenplay for Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney’s script. (The film also picked up some major prizes at the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Independent Spirit Awards.)

If you haven’t seen it yet, what’s stopping you? There are several ways to do so.

Have a smart TV, or don’t mind watching movies on your laptop or iPad? The film is already available to purchase or rent on most digital video services, including iTunes, Google Play, YouTube and Amazon Video. (Rentals start at $4.99, purchases at $12.99).

You’ll also be able to purchase “Moonlight” on Blu-ray and DVD starting Tuesday.

Finally, “Moonlight” is still playing in over 500 theaters across the country. Check Fandango or local listings to see if it’s available to watch on a big screen near you. 

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