What is your moral courage?
Everybody wants to do the right thing. But do you still dare to do the right thing if it means that, in an everyday situation, you have to break out of your comfort zone and speak up?
In (your) Moral Courage (Not Everything Is What It Seems) three people are facing three ethical dilemmas, putting their moral courage to the test.
In October 2021 (your) Moral Courage / Not Everything Is What It Seems was one of the winners in the category Social Responsibility of the New York Festival TV & FILM!
Read the article in Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad.
The film is, made for, and showcased in the “hall fo reflection” at the renewed museum of the Camp Vught National Memorial. The hall links the perceived history of Camp Vught to current social questions, in particular in the areas of awareness of choice, responsibility and prejudices. Based around the theme ‘commemorating means reflecting’, it makes the story of Camp Vught as tangible as possible and bring this history – and its significance – close to home.
Without a clearly raised finger, the visitor is confronted with the moral-ethical questions. More specifically, Camp Vught National Memorial want to encourage families to discuss this among themselves.
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands officially opened the new museum for Camp Vught National Memorial. It’s now open to the public.
Sophie van Winden
Nizar El Manouzi
Written & Directed by: Sanne Kortooms
Produced by: Chiel Christiaans, Sanne Kortooms, Format Family
DOP: Ewoud Bon
Second Camera: Simon Reusink
Editor: Daan Wijdeveld
Boom Operator: Gerben Kokmeijer
Sounddesign: Kris Schulp
|Short Film / Museum Installation|
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