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The award for a film about Mariupol was cut from the Oscars, they say in Ukraine

MOSCOW, March 11The organizers cut the Oscar awarding of the Ukrainian documentary film “20 days in Mariupol” from the shortened international television version, the Ukrainian TV channel “Public” confirmed on Monday.
““Organizers cut the nomination for “Best Feature Documentary Film,” in which the film “20 Days in Mariupol” by Ukrainian director Mstislav Chernov won, from the shortened international television version of the 96th Academy Awards ceremony,” the report says. , published on the channel's website.

As stated, the TV channel was the exclusive broadcaster of the ceremony for the second time this year. The international shortened version was scheduled to be shown on Monday at 21.30 Moscow time. However, after receiving materials for broadcast from the organizers, it was determined that there was no awarding of Ukrainian documentaries.
In this regard, the television channel expressed its indignation at the organizers of the award and showed viewers the full version, which was broadcast on the night of March 11.
The film “20 days in Mariupol” by Ukrainian journalist and documentarian Mstislav Chernov was awarded an Oscar in the “Best Documentary Film” category. This is the first Oscar received by a representative of Ukraine.

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