UPDATED 1:15 p.m. PDT: Eastman Kodak officially emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday and is counting the motion picture film business as one of its mainstays going forward. While exhibition has…
35mm film stock may be on its way out, but as far as Kodak is concerned, it's not dead yet. The venerable Rochester, N.Y.-based firm, much shrunken in bankruptcy, has pacted to supply Fox with motion…
The end of print distribution of films brings with it not just the close of an era, but also the potential loss of livelihood for many who work both inside and outside of the entertainment industry.
When the Oscar telecast is broadcast worldwide in just a few days, it will originate from the Hollywood and Highland Center, not the Kodak Theater -- nor will the theater carry a new sponsor's name.
While the switch to digital production in the movie industry has been much ballyhooed -- and indeed, both Panavision and Arri have stopped manufacturing film cameras -- it could easily still be…
By the time the Kodak Theater comes to life for the Oscars on Feb. 26, it may no longer be the Kodak Theater. Or sponsored by anyone else for that matter.
Eastman Kodak Co., an icon that dates back to the 1880s and the biggest supplier of raw film stock to Hollywood from the beginning of motion pictures, has filed for Chapter 11 in U.S. bankruptcy…
Kodak has announced its first new family of color film stock in six years: an emulsion designed to handle low-light situations with more detail, and to more accurately transfer to digital formats.
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300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$11.5M Cumulative:$45.0M Warner Brothers -28.56%
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