65mm film sales are at an all time high. Key as the company was and is to photochemical motion picture production, that fact had very little to do with the movie business. However, the comparative amount of movie production is so vanishingly tiny compared to stills that the decline of film manufacturing, sadly, has much more to do with the digitisation of photography than the digitisation of cinematography.
Though to be fair most of the 65mm turned probably was not 15-perfLet not get too excited; the company as a whole still is not exactly setting the world alight with its financial performance. There lots to be said about the ability of big companies to be agile and deal with change, although by 2012, Kodak had been, at its heart, a photochemical materials company for almost a….