Kodak’s Film Division Will Likely Be Profitable in 2016 Thanks to Directors Like Nolan & Tarantino

Film as a physical format is long from dead.

That’s according to Kodak’s CEO Jeff Clarke, who expects their film business to be profitable in 2016 after restructures and three quarters of breaking even in 2015. Earlier this year, Kodak and the major film studios, along with film advocates like Christopher Nolan, J.J. Abrams, Quentin Tarantino, and Martin Scorsese, reached an agreement to ensure the survival of the format, and it’s clear that it’s working.

Film’s Not Dead