Memory Walk is partly an historical, partly a multimedia workshop. It's an innovative approach to filmmaking and learning about how to approach displays of remembrance critically.
It is a project of the Anne Frank House's International Educational Department.
Preferably, young people from different countries gather for a five-day workshop to learn and create a short documentary about monuments in a given city. I have the fortune to be one of the few trainers who do these events together. We supply both the equipment and the knowledge necessary to have the usual three end-products per workshop.
You can watch the videos made through Memory Walk here.
I had the pleasure to facilitate a collaborative effort between Memory Walk and Mapping Hiding Places. It resulted in a short documentary inspecting what people know and think about certain hiding places in (Nazi Germany occupied) Amsterdam. You can watch the video here.