The Memory Project is a collection of oral histories from survivors of the Great Famine that devastated rural China between 1958 and 1961. The interviews were done by documentary filmmakers led by Wu Wenguang. More than 150 young filmmakers have joined the project, and since 2010 they have visited 246 villages in 20 provinces and interviewed more than 1,100 elderly villagers. The filmmakers placed the collection at Duke University Libraries. Funded by a Mellon grant, Duke has finished arrangement and description of all materials, created metadata in English and Chinese, and translated some transcripts into English. The various formats have been normalized for access and long term preservation, and all original digital materials have been preserved as part of the Duke Digital Repository. The library just released a digital collection of the first batch of 229 interviews, providing robust and enhanced discovery and display of the collection.