From: Jason Halprin (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Mar 09 2006 - 10:57:56 PST
I agree with you here John, but I think what was being refered to here
was that from Kodak's point of view, this is a bottom-line, dollar
driven decision. Even if they can make a profit on something, they are
always looking for the most efficient business model to maximize
overall profits. We may even owe the nostalgia of some executives for
the fact that Kodachrome and other stocks lasted as long as they did...
--- john porter <email suppressed> wrote:
> --- "xander!!! ." <email suppressed> wrote:
> > the thing about film-making that is such a
> > dirty secret is the money, which always or never
> > gets talked about
> Yes it's dirty, but more of a myth than a secret.
> People OFTEN talk about the high financial cost of
> filmmaking, but it's not necessarily true. Many
> filmmakers, including in the "avant-garde", CHOOSE to
> make costly films, then complain about it.
> John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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