60 submissions to this year’s edition of our comics competition Animate Europe reached us, coming from artists in 23 countries. On 30 March, our expert jury came together to select the seven finalists who will finish an eight-page comic on the future of Europe by end of August.
It was a tough call, but eventually the jury agreed on the following submissions:
- Europe 2065, a poem in comic form by Bue Bredsdorff (Denmark)
- Boundless, a story of a European Union in 2415 that has evolved beyond borders and nationalities by Sara Ferreira and Gisela Martins (Portugal)
- After the tempest, a vision of Europe inspired by William Shakespeare’s drama by Eva Hilhorst (Netherlands)
- Europe is a Human Being, an anecdote on overcoming prejudice by Maran Hrachyan (Armenia)
- The Union, a tale of an imminent break-up of the European Union by Nicole Knötig (Germany)
- Europe, imagine a future, a dream of a new social model for the European Union by Domingo Pozanco Torrejón (Spain) and
- Europeland, a story of the evolution of European cultural heritage by Jenny Robins (Great Britain)
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