Belonging is a contested issue in the Netherlands. Those who define their identity in ethnic terms are treated with distrust. Why do individuals at times define themselves as ‘Moroccan’ or ‘Turkish’ and does it really make them any less Dutch?
Europe is said to be endowed with creativity because of its migrant youth, mixing heritages. But cultural diversity can only be a source of innovation if lost roots are dug up. Can new technology and museums provide help?
Until March 19th, EYE shows the work of contemporary Moroccan film makers. They present non-exotic and diverse images of their own society; fictitious stories that contain cutting-edge social analyses.