OxHRF: 20 DAYS IN MARIUPOL | Film Screening and Discussion

"20 DAYS IN MARIUPOL" offers a vivid portrayal of Ukrainian journalists' struggle to document atrocities amidst the Russian invasion, highlighting the vital role of journalism in conflict zones.

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Join us for a poignant film screening and discussion at as we delve into the Pulitzer Prize winning documentary "20 DAYS IN MARIUPOL." This gripping documentary follows a team of Ukrainian journalists in Mariupol, trapped amidst the chaos of the Russian invasion, as they bravely document the harrowing atrocities of war. Drawing on personal footage and experiences, filmmaker Mstyslav Chernov offers a raw and powerful portrayal of civilians caught in the siege, shedding light on the vital role of journalism in conflict zones and its global impact. Don't miss this opportunity to explore the human stories behind the headlines and engage in a thought-provoking dialogue on the realities of war reporting.

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