Sixty years after President Kennedy’s assassination, “JFK Memento” chronicles the events of November 22, 1963, and the investigation that followed.
Across two parts narrated by the last living witnesses, journalists, and investigators who lived through the events, this documentary is a historically accurate record of these 48 hours that changed the world.
Dive into the defining moments of the investigation as archive photos and films come to life, re-mastered in 3D, and re-projected onto the historic sites as they were back in 1963.
Produced in collaboration with the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas and with the support of Meta Immersive Learning, “JFK Memento” is a narrative learning experience.
Rochereuil directed high-profile VR documentaries such as “When We Stayed Home,” “Rebuilding Notre Dame,” “Surviving 9/11,” “Behind the Dish,” and “JFK Memento,” TARGO’s latest production in partnership with the Sixth Floor Museum and with the support of Meta. Rochereuil is one of Europe’s leading voices in VR journalism and storytelling.