All the world’s memory
Organized by the Cinémathèque française, Toute la mémoire du monde (All the World’s Memory) was created in 2012 in the knowledge that Paris needed a compelling event to celebrate cinematographic heritage.
Screenings of prestigious restored works in the presence of film actors and technicians, forgotten gems, a contribution to the history of cinema through the discovery or rediscovery of emblematic films, opportunities to meet renowned filmmakers deeply aware of the importance of their heritage, the chance to hear specialists discussing technical and esthetic issues linked to the repertoire and its restoration – these are some of the reasons for attending what aims to be the landmark annual Parisian event dedicated to the cinematographic heritage.
The purpose of Toute la mémoire du monde is to bring together filmgoers and professionals, public authorities and catalog holders once a year for what is intended to be both a festive and an educational event.
The programming is divided into several sections, combining screenings and professional meetings linked to the hottest topical issues.