FilmMemory is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters (EMJM) that deals with audiovisual heritage and with the preservation, restoration, recirculation, and utilization of that heritage in the context of current and evolving screen cultures. The programme partly focuses on working with film stock archives, but also emphasizes other contemporary challenges, including the role of digital media, tools, and associated skills, addressing emerging possibilities regarding the scope and dissemination of film heritage material. As a joint master's programme taught in four countries across Europe, FilmMemory thoroughly interrogates the social, political, and industrial diversity of European film cultures. This includes the analysis of historical and contemporary modes of production, distribution, and presentation, and the contextualization of filmic material within discourses of reception, critique, and scholarship. Students will explore how films and documents about film cultures are archived, preserved, restored, re-circulated, re-used, and re-constructed.