In Cyprus, the lines drawn by the frozen conflict have left everlasting traces on people’s identity, the way they relate to each other, and against each other. However, it is harder than it seems to point fingers at who bears responsibility for it all.
About this series
This is the fifth episode in a series called This Is What a Generation Sounds Like—a collaboration between The Europeans Podcast and Are We Europe. It brings you personal stories from young Europeans across the continent, tackling a broad range of issues affecting them. This series is produced in cooperation with Allianz Kulturstiftung, an independent not-for-profit cultural foundation committed to strengthening cohesion in Europe using the tools of art and culture. Find out more at kulturstiftung.allianz.de.
The episodes are all sound-rich audio productions, coupled with a visual interpretation of the story, merged into a new concept: a Visual Podcast. Starting off with an audio-first story, we combine it with visuals that serve as a guide, accompanying the story through another lens.
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Illustrations and Animations — Ana Rodrigues
Photography — Eliza Kozakou & Andrea Solomonides
Video Production — Ana Rodrigues & Giada Santana
Project Management — Giada Santana
Creative Direction — Ana Rodrigues & Eddie Stok
Editorial Supervision — Anneleen Ophoff
Audio Producers — Wojciech Oleksiak & Andrea Solomonides
Scoring, sound design and mixing — Wojciech Oleksiak
Editors — Katz Laszlo, Katy Lee & Dominic Kraemer
Music by Blue Dot Sessions.
Theme music by Jim Barne.
With special thanks to Andrea Solomonides.