Martin Scorsese's Statement Supporting Kodak's Continued Production Of Film Stock

IndieWire: Joining together as if an Avengers-styled team of super-directors, last week it was reported that Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Judd Apatow, and J.J. Abrams had teamed up to lobby the major studios to commit to purchasing a set amount of film stock per year from Kodak. This would ensure that the legendary photo company could continue manufacturing film stock, while also ensuring that the format still had a place in the machinery of big studio moviemaking that's increasingly becoming dominated by digital photography. Now one more voice has entered the fray.

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RetrospectRealm1590d ago (Edited 1590d ago )

Martin's my favorite director so I'm glad he joined in on this. If I'm not mistaken, Martin already made the switch to digital, right? I wish more directors used film. It's the thought that counts. :)