Despite not winning the Academy Award, short-film Detainment gathered the most intrigue and outrage from the 2019 Oscars.
The 30-minute film proved more than slightly controversial, with calls to have it banned from online viewership following release.
That hasn’t happened, though, and you can watch Detainment online right now.
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Detainment: Short film
Detainment was directed by Vincent Lambe, an acclaimed director and producer from Ireland.
He has been producing and directing short-films since 1999. While this will only be his fourth directorial effort, he has worked on numerous projects.
Detainment 2019 is certainly his most widely acknowledged work and received an Oscar nomination in the Best Live Action Short category.
— The Academy (@TheAcademy) February 25, 2019
How Long is Detainment?
Detainment is a 30-minute short film.
It was first screened at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won awards.
Detainment just won it's 12th award here at @winchesterfilm for Best Foreign Short Film and it's a huge honour to have won in a category of such incredibly strong films.
Thanks, once… https://t.co/n8gkfumRBT
— Vincent Lambe (@vincentlambe1) November 11, 2018
How to Watch Detainment Online
You can now watch Detainment via Amazon Prime.
The film is available to buy in HD for $2.99, here.
You can also watch detainment, and all of the nominated short films, via iTunes and Google Play.
Details of screenings at cinemas and film festivals can be found here.
Is Detainment on Netflix?
Detainment is not on Netflix, neither is it going to arrive on any of Netflix’s global platforms in the future.
The short film is not on Hulu, Hayu or Now TV, either.