Europass video competition: the winning team comes from Estonia

The Europass Viral Video Competition has ended and we have a winner!

The beautiful and humorous video: “Important papers of life” made by the Estonian team got the most votes from the public and from the jury.


The winning team, 2nd year students of multimedia design of Kuressaare Regional Training Centre, and their teachers.Photo by: Anželika Toll and Oliver Maaker

We got more than 60 videos for the competition – and we are overwhelmed by the skill and creativity shown by the participants. Thank you for your participation!

You can watch and enjoy all the videos from here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxl-Ei9oewwFwxFefqzzn1Q/featured

Enjoy the funny and beautiful video by our winning team - as well as all the other wonderful and creative entries we received to our Viral Video Competition!

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