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CALIFORNIA: The Pakistani documentary ‘Saving Face’ produced by Sharmeen Obaid won the Oscar for feature documentary at the 84th Academy Awards on Sunday.

In the history of Oscars, it was the first time ever that a Pakistani documentary was nominated and won award in 84 years.

Directed by Daniel Junge and produced by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, the film follows British plastic surgeon Dr. Mohammad Jawad, who returns to his homeland to help victims of acid burns. The film follows one woman as she fights to see that the perpetrators of the crime are imprisoned for life.

Pakistani Film Wins Oscar

Pakistani Film Wins Oscar

The documentary competed against “God Is the Bigger Elvis,” a Rebecca Cammisa and Julie Anderson film about a mid-century starlet who chose the church over Hollywood; “The Barber of Birmingham,” a Gail Dolgin and Robin Fryday film that follows the life of 85-year-old barber James Armstrong and the legacy of the civil rights movement; James Spione’s war film “Incident in New Baghdad”; and “The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom,” a film by Lucy Walker and Kira Carstensen that follows survivors of Japan’s 2011 earthquake and their struggle to recover from the wave that crushed their homes and lives.

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