Almost a year after the war in Ukraine began, FRONTLINE revisits people profiled in the 2022 documentary, “Ukraine: Life Under Russia’s Attack,” to see how the continuing war has reshaped their lives (UPDATE).
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In 2022, as Russia’s assault on Ukraine unfolded, FRONTLINE followed first responders, civilians and displaced families living through the bombardment of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city. Where are these Ukrainians now, nearly a year after the invasion began? This update provides answers.
Watch the original documentary from 2022, “Ukraine: Life Under Russia’s Attack” here:
“Ukraine: Life Under Russia’s Attack” is a Basement Films production for GBH/FRONTLINE in association with Channel 4. The documentary was filmed, produced and directed by Mani Benchelah and Patrick Tombola; produced in Ukraine by Volodymyr Pavlov; and directed in London by Teresa Smith. The editor is Agniezska Liggett. The production manager is Leah Gowns. The executive producers are Ben de Pear, Edward Watts and Cate Blanchett. The editor-in-chief and executive producer for FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.
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