Many movies, restored by Hiventy, screened next week at La Cinémathèque française

Many movies, restored by Hiventy, screened next week at La Cinémathèque française

Hiventy is once again official partner of “Toute la mémoire du Monde” festival, starting in 6 days at La Cinémathèque française. A lot of prestigious restored films will be screened, including restoration projects from Hiventy’s lab of Joinville-Le-Pont. Director Nicolas Winding Refn is the patron of the event.

Night Tide (1961) by Curtis Harrington / restored for Nicolas Winding Refn.
Adieu Philippine (1960) by Jacques Rozier / restored for pour A17, in collaboration with CNC and La Cinémathèque française.
Dans le vent (1962) by Jacques Rozier / restored for Les Documents Cinématographiques, in collaboration with la Cinémathèque française.
Le Bal (1931) by Wilhelm Thiele / restored for TF1 Studio, en collaboration avec le CNC.
Don Quichotte (1932) by Georg Wilhelm Pabst / restored for les Films du Panthéon, in collaboration with le CNC and La Cinémathèque française.
Paris est toujours Paris (1950) by Luciano Emer / restored (Image only) for la Société Cinématographique Lyre, in collaboration with le CNC.
Quatre d’entre elles (1968) by Claude Champion, Francis Reusser, Jacques Sandoz and Yves Yersin / restored for la Cinémathèque Suisse.
Un mauvais fils (1980) by Claude Sautet / restored for Studiocanal, in collaboration with le CNC.
A l’ombre de la canaille bleue (1985) by Pierre Clementi / restored for la Cinémathèque française.

The full program : http://www.cinematheque.fr/cycle/toute-la-memoire-du-monde-2019-510.html

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