“20 Days in Mariupol”: Ukrainian Cinema Shocks the World with an Oscar from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

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“20 Days in Mariupol”: Ukrainian Cinema Shocks the World with an Oscar from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Let this film become not only a victory, but also a reminder of the need to stay united and fight for peace.
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At this year’s Academy Awards ceremony, Mstislav Chernov’s film 20 Days in Mariupol won the prestigious Best Feature Documentary category. This masterpiece impresses with its power, emotionality and importance of its message.
The film, created by Ukrainian director Mstyslav Chernov, photographer Yevhen Malolhetka and producer Vasylisa Stepanenko, is a real testimony to the first days of Russia’s aggression in Ukraine. The team, who were on the front lines in Mariupol, captured the brutality and fear experienced by Ukrainians in the city.

Mstislav Chernov chose a restrained black suit.

Yevhen Maloletka impressed with his image from the Ukrainian brand DAMIRLI, a combination of a classic evening suit and the ceremonial uniform of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The black color of the entire team’s outfit reflected both the classicism of the image and the sadness over the events that are depicted in the film and continue to be part of the realities of Ukrainian life.

Vasilisa Stepanenko chose a dress from the Ukrainian brand GASANOVA made of black crepe fabric, the only decoration on it was a draped detail on the shoulder. The same detail appeared in the new Gasanova collection – FW 24-25.

“20 Days in Mariupol is not just a movie, it’s a cry of the soul, which is intended to reveal the truth and promote change in the world.
This Oscar is a recognition of the importance of topics that touch our hearts and reveal events that change the world. Let this film become not only a victory, but also a reminder of the need to stay united and fight for peace.

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