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Wanna catch the Oscar-winning movies on DVD?

Posted Monday, March 24, 2003 at 3:55 PM Central

by Tim Briscoe

Now that Oscar statuettes have all been handed out, everyone wants to know when these award-winning movies can be found on DVD and video. Being the release-date experts that we are, we're here to give you the lowdown.

Chicago, the big winner at last night's Academy Awards ceremony with six golden boys including Best Supporting Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, bows on DVD and video on August 19.

The biggest surprise of the night was The Pianist, with wins for Best Actor Adrien Brody and Best Director Roman Polanski. This holocaust-themed film is expected in June on DVD and video.

Prosthetic nose and all, Best Actress winner Nicole Kidman can be seen in The Hours June 24 on DVD and video.

Chris Cooper, winner of the Best Supporting Actor award, can be found on DVD and video in the bizarre Adaptation on May 20.

Here are a few of the other winners from the 75th annual Academy Awards in selected categories and their anticipated DVD/video release dates:

Documentary Feature - Bowling For Columbine (June) Animated Feature - Spirited Away (April 15) Cinematography - Road To Perdition (Now Available) Make-Up - Frida (June 10) Original Song - 8 Mile (Now Available) Sound-Editing - The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (August 26) Original Screenplay - Talk To Her (May 27)