Kodak and film studios forge a deal to maintain movie alive
Excellent news, die-onerous aficionados of flicks on movie: these reels will stick round for some time but. Kodak has put the ending touches on a deal with the six huge Hollywood studios (Disney, Fox, NBC, Paramount, Sony and Warner Bros.) that may keep a gentle provide of movie for film and TV administrators that need to maintain utilizing the basic format. The precise phrases aren’t public, however it would not be shocking if Kodak had the studios over a barrel. When excessive-profile administrators like Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino nearly insist on movie, it is arduous to say “no” — chances are you’ll as nicely be telling them to take a hike should you make them go digital. This pact will not cease the gradual dying of movie in theaters, in fact, however artistic varieties can take consolation in understanding that celluloid’s onerous-to-replicate qualities aren’t going away any time quickly.
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