On Tuesday, August 26, 2003, at 09:13 PM, Dominic Case wrote:
> I don't work for Kodak, and here in Sydney, am I at not at all close to
> their manufacturing decision-makers.
Mr. Case is being far too modest. He's written several of the best
books on film lab technology, and knows of what he speaks.
> But the 1956 Variety headline "film is dead" still ain't right.
True! My guess is that digital will make inroads, some good (DI,
restoration) and some less good, but that film prints will remain
dominant until there's radical reduction in the cost of a
theater-quality digital projector, and a safe pipeline to get films to