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…
Kodak alum Kimberly Snyder has been named CEO of Panavision.
Kodak will receive the Philo T. Farnsworth Award at the 64th Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards.
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.
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…
Eastman Kodak Co. unveiled its new high-speed, high-resolution color film stock Thursday at both ShowBiz Expo East and in Los Angeles.
The first five filmmakers aided under Independent Feature Project and Kodak's Frequent Buyer Program of discounts are newcomers Alain Cloarec and John Cocca as well as Heather Winters, Louis Guida…
Eastman Kodak Co. yesterday announced a series of aggressive actions to improve the company's performance, including large layoffs, mostly in the film imaging group.
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