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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY

Correspondence

Christian Richter,

Business Manager EMEA - Russia - India

Entertainment Imaging

www.kodak.com

 christian.richter@kodak.com

T: 49 (0) 711 406 2286


Kodak is delighted to join FIAF as a supporter to underline the company’s full commitment to Motion Picture Film.

Film with its unrivaled archival properties is the only proven medium that can preserve images for centuries. Kodak are committed not only to the future of film but to supporting the surrounding film infrastructure.

In February this year Kodak finalized new film supply agreements with all six major Hollywood studios. As part of these agreements, Kodak will continue to provide motion picture film to the US Studios for their movie and television productions, as well as archival films. “Film has long been – and will remain – a vital part of our culture,” said Jeff Clarke, Kodak chief executive officer. “With the support of the studios, we will continue to provide motion picture film, with its unparalleled richness and unique textures, to enable filmmakers to tell their stories and demonstrate their art.”

Kodak has been engaged in broad discussions with prominent filmmakers, studios, independent artists, production companies and film archives to enable film to remain a fundamental medium. By joining FIAF as a supporter, we look forward to broadening the dialogue with FIAF and its members and to enhancing our engagement in the world of Film archives. Our aim is to continue to support archives and their mission for the long term preservation of audio visual content.






EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY

Correspondence

Christian Richter,

Business Manager EMEA - Russia - India

Entertainment Imaging

www.kodak.com

 christian.richter@kodak.com

T: 49 (0) 711 406 2286


Kodak is delighted to join FIAF as a supporter to underline the company’s full commitment to Motion Picture Film.

Film with its unrivaled archival properties is the only proven medium that can preserve images for centuries. Kodak are committed not only to the future of film but to supporting the surrounding film infrastructure.

In February this year Kodak finalized new film supply agreements with all six major Hollywood studios. As part of these agreements, Kodak will continue to provide motion picture film to the US Studios for their movie and television productions, as well as archival films. “Film has long been – and will remain – a vital part of our culture,” said Jeff Clarke, Kodak chief executive officer. “With the support of the studios, we will continue to provide motion picture film, with its unparalleled richness and unique textures, to enable filmmakers to tell their stories and demonstrate their art.”

Kodak has been engaged in broad discussions with prominent filmmakers, studios, independent artists, production companies and film archives to enable film to remain a fundamental medium. By joining FIAF as a supporter, we look forward to broadening the dialogue with FIAF and its members and to enhancing our engagement in the world of Film archives. Our aim is to continue to support archives and their mission for the long term preservation of audio visual content.