The End of Memory
Saturday 03rd October 2015 from 18h45 to 20h15
Salle 2 / Grand Amphithéâtre
This documentary will be preceded by the short film winner of the contest set up by l'ANDRA : La Légende des chats colorés directed and produced by Benjamin Huguet et Debanjan Nandy.
The end of Memory
- Directed by
- Vincent Amouroux
- Produced by
- ARTE France - ZED / Diff : ARTE
Documentary, France, 2014, 52 min
Unseen. Special MentionWill be screened again : Saturday 10th October 2015 from 18h00 to 19h00
Also in Student Competition
Every day, some 2.5 trillion bytes of data are exchanged. This deluge is known as big data. How can we classify, store, and give meaning to this mass of digital information?
To make up for the short lifespan of current storage formats will researchers succeed in developing new platforms capable of ensuring the preservation of this data for future generations? Are our digital societies still capable of producing a lasting memory?
This film sets out to answer these questions through a rigorous, fascinating scientific investigation. Accompanied by very creative visuals, this investigation allows us to understand and anticipate the challenges of tomorrow's memory storage.
Debate with :
- Vincent Amouroux, Director
- Patrick Charton, Deputy Director Risk Control, ANDRA