The Danish animated film Flee, which was nominated for Oscars in three different categories this year, will be adapted into a graphic novel, with director Jonas Poher Rasmussen writing the script, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Scholastic will publish the graphic novel for young adults.

Flee tells the true story of a gay Afghan man’s journey from his home country to Denmark as a refugee. The film has won numerous awards and was the first animated film to be nominated for an Oscar in three categories: Best Animated Feature, Best Documentary Feature, and Best International Feature Film.

Scholastic began to include young adult graphic novels in its Graphix imprint with Jarett Krosoczka’s Hey Kiddo (see “Scholastic Lines Up New Titles from ‘Dog Man,’ ‘Hey Kiddo’ Authors”).