Where to Watch ‘Saltburn’ – Find Showtimes Near You


Academy Award-winner filmmaker Emerald Fennell returns with yet another promising film with Saltburn in her long-expected second venture after Promising Young Woman. After making rounds at prestigious film festivals worldwide, the psychological drama thriller is finally getting a theatrical release. Written, directed, and co-produced by Fennell, Saltburn tells the story of Oliver Quick, a new Oxford student who befriends the rich, popular, and eccentric Felix Catton and gets invited to his sprawling family estate in the countryside. Fascinated by the lavishness, Oliver quickly gets drawn into the world of the Cattons, turning into a summer break that he will never forget. Besides its lavish setting and dark storyline, the highly-anticipated film also boasts an ensemble of compelling cast members. Academy-nominated Barry Keoghan of The Banshees of Inisherin fame leads the film’s ensemble cast as Oliver, with Euphoria’s Jacob Elordi as Felix. Rosamund Pike, Richard E. Grant, Alison Oliver, Archie Madekwe, and Reece Shearsmith star in various roles. Margot Robbie is one of the producers along with Tom Ackerley under her production banner LuckyChap Entertainment, which also produced Promising Young Woman.

From its film festival screenings, Saltburn has been reviewed in all length and breadth, including Collider’s review by Emma Kiely, who describes the cast as “easily the film’s best aspect” and notes, “Fennell’s direction outdoes her writing here, and the cinematography from Linus Sandgren is exquisite (no surprise). Saltburn is more something to behold than to be understood, swapping out biting commentary for some glorious images featuring actors who rarely miss a beat.” The film has been rated for “strong sexual content, graphic nudity, language throughout, some disturbing violent content, and drug use.”

For everyone waiting to watch this film, here are all the details for you to find out when, where, and how you can watch Saltburn when it releases.


Struggling to find his place at Oxford University, student Oliver Quick finds himself drawn into the world of the charming and aristocratic Felix Catton, who invites him to Saltburn, his eccentric family’s sprawling estate, for a summer never to be forgotten.

Release Date
November 17, 2023

Emerald Fennell

Rosamund Pike, Barry Keoghan, Jacob Elordi, Carey Mulligan, Archie Madekwe


127 minutes

Main Genre

Comedy, Drama, Thriller

When Will ‘Saltburn’ Stream on Prime Video?

Rosamund Pike, Richard E. Grant, Barry Keoghan, Jacob Elrodi, Alison Oliver, and Archie Madekwe on the poster for Saltburn
Image via Amazon MGM Studios

Since Saltburn was distributed by Amazon Studios, it was inevitable that the movie would be made available to stream on the Prime Video streaming service. Less than two weeks after the film’s wide theatrical release, Amazon announced that the film would be made available to stream on Prime Video on Friday, December 22, 2023.

You can click the link below to locate the film’s landing page.

Stream on Prime Video

Unfortunately, there isn’t an official word on the DVD and Blu-ray release of Saltburn.

When Did ‘Saltburn’ Release in Theaters?

Distributed by MGM, Saltburn arrived in the US for a limited release on November 17, 2023, followed by a wider expansion on November 22, 2023. The film was also released in the UK on the same day. In other international territories, it was released by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film had its global premiere at the 50th Telluride Film Festival in August 2023, followed by its impressive screening at the 67th BFI London Film Festival in October 2023.

Is ‘Saltburn’ Still in Theaters?

Barry Keoghan and Archie Madekwe in Saltburn
Image Via MGM

Yes, Saltburn is still playing in theaters around the world. While its streaming release is only a few weeks away, audiences everywhere still have a chance to catch the provocative film on the big screen.

Find Showtimes for Saltburn

Barry Keoghan as Oliver Quick, shirtless, smoking a cigarette, on a poster for Saltburn
Image via MGM

Check out the links below to learn about the showtimes at your nearest theater/s, book tickets, or other details of the film –

Watch the Trailer for ‘Saltburn’

The creators team has been releasing a slew of promotional images, teasers, trailers, and sneak peeks of Saltburn since August 2023. And it’s quite evident why the film might be rated R. Across all the posters and videos, the film’s imagery speaks decadence. The latest trailer, released in October 2023, shows Keoghan’s naïve and nerdy Oliver befriending Elordi’s popular and rich Felix. When he gets invited to Felix’s family estate of Saltburn, Oliver gets charmed and infatuated by the place, people, and the parties, to the point of getting obsessed. What ensues is a rollercoaster ride of indulgence to the point of depravity, and a summer that Oliver would neither ever forget nor escape. Imagine The Great Gatsby meets Gothic thriller.

Saltburn seems deliciously dark, sinful, and wild from the setting to the narrative and characterizations. What might seem like the eccentricities of the wealthy has more to it than what meets the eye. Its crisp dialogues hint at a deeper psychological journey that the audience will soon get on once the story is set in motion. Needless to say, the visuals are stunning with aristocratic aesthetics, which we usually get to see in period pieces and not always in modern-day stories, which makes the cinematography look refreshing.

More Barry Keoghan Movies You Can Watch Right Now

Irish actor Barry Keoghan rose from small roles in Irish productions to critically acclaimed portrayals in films like The Killing of a Sacred Deer, American Animals, Dunkirk, and series like Chernobyl. While he has become a global phenomenon since his Academy Award nomination at the 2023 Oscars, the BAFTA-winning actor has a few other remarkable, memorable performances to his credit.

The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Martin shirtless with wires attached to his chest in The Killing of a Sacred Deer.
Image via A24

Yorgos Lanthimos, a filmmaker known for making off-kilter psychological thrillers and dark comedies, directs this 2017 film starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, and Barry Keoghan in main roles. Raffey Cassidy, Sunny Suljic, Alicia Silverstone, and Bill Camp also star in supporting roles. Inspired by ancient Greek tragedy of Iphigenia in Aulis by Euripides, The Killing of a Sacred Deer follows a cardiac surgeon who introduces a teenage boy to his wife and children, after which the family members begin to fall ill. Keoghan plays the role of Martin Lang, the story’s antagonist. A 19-year-old boy who has lost his father, Martin finds comfort with Steven who was his father’s surgeon. But this new-found friendship has more to it than he lets on. Keoghan’s performance as Martin was highly acclaimed, earning him nominations for several awards, with the film earning Best Screenplay at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

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American Animals

Evan Peters, Blake Jenner, and Barry Keoghan in American Animals.
Image via The Orchard

This 2018 docudrama heist film is written and directed by English documentary filmmaker Bart Layton whose previous film The Imposter won a BAFTA. American Animals is a dramatized retelling of a real-life heist that took place at the Transylvania University in Kentucky in 2004. The story follows four college friends – Spencer, Warren, Eric, and Chas from Kentucky. When Spencer and Warren take a tour of the Transylvania University and discovers several rare and valuable books, they plan a heist with their friends, which is believed to be one of the most daring art heists of America. Beyond a thrilling film, American Animals also dives into the psyche of its characters and questions if their audaciousness is rather a failed attempt towards achieving the American Dream. Keoghan plays the role of Spencer, an art student with an average life who is seeking excitement or tragedy, or any form of inspiration. Combining fiction, thriller, and documentary-style narrative using real-life characters, the film earned positive responses and reviews on its release. Keoghan was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 2018 British Independent Film Awards.

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The Banshees of Inisherin

Image Via Searchlight Pictures

With a 96% Rotten Tomatoes score and fourth on our very own list of best dramas of the 2020s, this Academy-nominated, BAFTA and Golden Globe-winning tragicomedy is a finely-crafted treat. Written, directed, and co-produced by Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin stars Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson in the lead roles with Keoghan and Kerry Condon in supporting roles. Besides marking a reunion after 14 years for Farrell, Gleeson, and McDonagh, the black comedy drama also saw Keoghan shine in his small but very crucial portrayal of Dominic. The story revolves around Padraic (Farrell) and Colm (Gleeson), who have been friends for life but find themselves at an impasse when one fine day Colm decides to end their friendship, much to Padraic’s surprise and shock. While the story might revolve around the fallout between two lifelong friends, it ends up becoming a heartfelt film addressing significant themes like loneliness, loss, death, and disputes. And that’s where the tragedy of other supporting characters, especially of Dominic, adds value as a shunned and misunderstood boy. Keoghan’s performance as Dominic earned him several nominations, including an Academy and Golden Globe, and winning him a BAFTA.

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