"20 Days in Mariupol" became the first Ukrainian "Oscar", "Oppenheimer" wins

The Ukrainian documentary "20 Days in Mariupol" received an "Oscar". "Oppenheimer" won 7 statuettes, including for best film

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On the night of March 11 in Los Angeles, the 96th "Oscar" ceremony took place, entering history thanks to unique victories.

The Ukrainian film "20 Days in Mariupol" by director Mstyslav Chernov received the award for best documentary film, becoming the first Ukrainian film to be honored with an "Oscar".


Chernov at the ceremony expressed his desire to change history, to avoid the tragedy and not to make this film.

"Oppenheimer" became the absolute leader, winning seven awards, including best film, for which producer Emma Thomas shared her emotions on stage.

Christopher Nolan was recognized for best directing, and his film also received awards for original music, visual effects, cinematography, and editing.

Emma Stone was recognized as the best actress for her role in "The Poor Creatures", where she mentioned an unfortunate incident with her dress on stage.

Killian Murphy received the award for best actor in "Oppenheimer", paying tribute to peacemakers around the world.

Among other remarkable moments – Holly Waddington received an "Oscar" for best costume design in "The Poor Creatures", and John Cena added humor by appearing on stage completely naked.

"The Boy and the Bird" by Hayao Miyazaki was named best animated film.

"The Zone of Interest" by Jonathan Glazer won the title of best international film.

"The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar" by Wes Anderson was named best short film, and "Anatomy of a Fall" and "American Fiction" were recognized for best original and adapted screenplay respectively.

"The War is Over! Inspired by the Music of John and Yoko" and "The Last Repair Shop" were recognized as the best short animated and documentary films.

"The Poor Creatures" were also recognized for best makeup and hairstyling, and "The Zone of Interest" for best sound, showcasing the diversity of talents and achievements in the film industry this year.

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