20 Days in Mariupol win cut from Oscars international broadcast

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The shortened version of the international broadcast of the 96th Oscars faced harsh criticism in Ukraine for omitting the segment announcing the documentary feature award, which went to Mstyslav Chernov’s 20 Days in Mariupol.

The documentary, a collaboration between The Associated Press and PBS’s Frontline, is a harrowing first-person account set in the Ukrainian port city during the early days of Russia’s invasion in 2022.

Ukraine’s public broadcaster Suspilne, the exclusive broadcaster of the Oscars in the country, published a statement of indignation on Monday.

“Our team was shocked and deeply disappointed when we did not see the category for best feature documentary in the

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