4 Aug 2012 (Traverse City Film Festival) 1h38'
We are in the final year—that's right, 2012—of films being made with...film! As the digital revolution sweeps over contemporary filmmaking, every digitally produced and released success story is a threat, not only to the authentic cinematic experience, but also to the long-term preservation of film.
Whether you are a celluloid purist or could really care less, this eye-opening panel will change the way you think about the technology of filmmaking and the potentially catastrophic implications for our film heritage. Moderator : Michael Moore and panelists : Mark Cousins (The Story of Film), Chapin Cutler (Principal, Boston Light & Sound), Alex Karpovsky (Supporting Characters and Red Flag), Christopher Kenneally ("Side by Side").
- Empty The Vaults (Richard Brody; The New Yorker; 14 Feb 2013)
- From 35mm to DCP: A Critical Symposium on the Changing Face of Motion Picture Exhibition (Cineaste; Fall 2012)
- Future of Cinema - Looking Forward After 30 Years (VIFF 2011)
- Digital filmotheque of Alexandria
- Politique culturelle à l'ère numérique (Lescure)
- Change the frame to make us forget the picture... (festivals)