Where To Watch Belfast Movie – Is it on Netflix or Apple TV?

Where To Watch Belfast Movie – Is it on Netflix or Apple TV?

Written and directed by Kenneth Branagh, Belfast is a British coming-of-age drama that was released in 2021.

The film follows a young boy's childhood in Belfast, Northern Ireland, at the beginning of The Troubles in 1969 and stars Caitríona Balfe, Jamie Dornan, Judi Dench, Ciarán Hinds, Jude Hill, and Colin Morgan.

With wide critical acclaim, the film grossed over $49 million worldwide on a budget of $20–25 million. It also won numerous awards and is generally considered one of Branagh's greatest movies.

So where can you stream and watch Belfast? We've got all the answers for you below…

Where to Stream Belfast Movie?

Streaming Belfast can be confusing, as the film's availability changes depending on your location.

But we'll give the rundown for each country where you can stream it for free and rental details if it's not included in your subscriptions.

United States: Belfast movie is available to stream in the USA on HBO Max or Direct TV. You can also rent it on Apple TV or Alamo.

United Kingdom: Jamie Dornan fans can watch him in action in Belfast on Sky Cinema or via the Now App.

Australia: With three streaming options, you are in luck if you want to watch Belfast in Australia. They are Amazon Prime Video, Binge and Foxtel.

Canada: In Canada, you can watch Belfast with a Crave subscription. Rental options include Apple TV+ and Cineplex Store.

South Korea: If you want to watch the film in South Korea, it is available on Netflix.

Brazil: With two streaming options, you can watch Belfast in Brazil on either Globo Play or Now Online.

Belgium: If you subscribe to Be TV Go in Belgium, that's where you can watch Belfast.

Europe: It seems that nearly all countries in the EU can watch Belfast on Sky Cinema or its counterpart HBO Max. Germany (rent only), Spain (Movistar), Ireland (Sky), Italy (Now TV), Portugal (Sky Showtime), Czech Republic (rental only).

What Is Belfast About?

It's Belfast in 1969 and with growing violence in the town, nine-year-old Buddy (Jude Hill) is living as normal a life as possible.

But when a group of Protestant loyalists attacks the homes and businesses of Catholics on Buddy's street, his family must make a decision – stay or go.

Buddy's dad (Jamie Dornan) dreams of emigrating to Sydney or Vancouver, and no matter how much his mum (Caitríona Balfe) resists, she knows it's harder to stay as the conflict worsens.

As Buddy gets dragged into the conflict, the family is left with little choice but can they get out and make a future somewhere else or will they stay?

Find out when you watch Belfast.


Belfast was critically acclaimed when it was released in 2021. It received seven nominations at the 94th Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and won for Best Original Screenplay. Kenneth Branagh became the first individual to have been nominated in a total of seven different categories for his work on the film.

It tied with The Power of the Dog for a leading seven nominations at the 79th Golden Globe Awards, where again it won for Best Screenplay.

With six nominations at the 75th British Academy Film Awards, it won for Outstanding British Film.

Worldwide, Belfast received a total of 147 nominations, winning 38 of them.

Belfast Movie Cast

Jude Hill as Buddy

Caitríona Balfe as Ma, Buddy's mother

Jamie Dornan (The Tourist) as Pa, Buddy's father

Judi Dench as Granny, Buddy's grandmother

Ciarán Hinds (The Wonder) as Pop, Buddy's grandfather

Lewis McAskie as Will, Buddy's older brother

Colin Morgan as Billy Clanton

Lara McDonnell (The Holiday) as Moira

Michael Maloney as Frankie West

Olive Tennant as Catherine, Buddy's school friend

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