Do you think this video should be censored? Just became aware that it had been. The creator of the video is suing.
Movie to Movement exists to discover, create, and promote works of art that highlight the dignity and sanctity of human life—and do so beautifully. We were thrilled to learn of “What Was Your Name”, a music video that did all that, which was burning up Youtube, thanks to the thousands of people who were moved by its message. We went to look for ourselves, and found that it was gone. Down the memory hole, thanks to arbitrary policies of content censorship in place at Youtube. This wasn’t the first time that Youtube has done something like this, and it won’t be the last, but we’re proud to be helping the makers of “What Was Your Name”, evade the censors. That’s why we’re helping to promote the film on Vimeo, at iTunes, and on the artist Joyce Bartholomew’s website. Go check it out. You’ll see why we want you to share it—and why some people don’t. And we publicly support the makers of “What Was Your Name”, in their lawsuit against Google, demanding that their video be restored and Youtube’s policies changed.