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Kodak on Set with Bruce McCleery and Second Unit Crew for The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Published on website: May 06, 2013
Categories: 35mm , Alyson Shurtliff , Andrew Evenski , Feature Films , Matt Stoffel , Spider-Man , The StoryBoard Blog

With the action happening just down the street from our corporate headquarters here in Rochester, we jumped at the opportunity to meet and talk with the team tasked with capturing the action for this latest installment in the Spider-Man saga.

Cinematographer Bruce McCleery took time out of a packed shooting schedule to speak with Andrew Evenski, president and general manager of Kodak’s Entertainment and Commercial Films Group. Everyone we talked with expressed how great it was to be shooting in Rochester, the home of Kodak.

Spidey Casts His Web on Kodak’s Hometown

Published on website: April 30, 2013
Categories: 35mm , Andrew Evenski , Feature Films , Spider-Man , The StoryBoard Blog
“Sneak Peek” at Spider-Man’s new look from the upcoming film “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, set for release May 2, 2014 © 2013 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Columbia Pictures is currently shooting sequences of The Amazing Spider-Man™ 2 in Kodak’s hometown of Rochester, New York. The comic book sequel is directed by Marc Webb, photographed by Daniel Mindel, ASC, BSC, and is being shot on KODAK VISION3 Color Negative Film.

“We’re thrilled to welcome the cast and crew of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to the hometown of motion picture film,” says Andrew Evenski, president and general manager of Kodak’s Entertainment and Commercial Films Group. “Our company is at the very heart of the entertainment industry, so it’s great to see Rochester have the opportunity to host a little bit of Hollywood here.”

Kodak Motion Picture Film is Still Rolling

Published on website: April 29, 2013
Categories: Andrew Evenski , The StoryBoard Blog

To all Kodak Motion Picture Film Customers and Supporters:

Today's announcement of the sale of Kodak’s Personalized Imaging business does not include the company’s portfolio of motion picture products. Kodak has not stopped the manufacture of its finished goods in the 65mm, 35mm, 16mm and S8 motion picture film formats. Film remains an important creative choice for filmmakers, and the company continues to produce billions of feet of motion picture film every year, providing the entertainment community with the products and support they have come to depend upon from Kodak.

Think the discipline of shooting film doesn’t matter? Think again.

Published on website: February 26, 2013
Categories: Andrew Evenski , Awards , The StoryBoard Blog
Daniel Day-Lewis, Oscar® winner for performance by an actor in a leading role for his role in “Lincoln”, Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar® winner for performance by an actress in a leading role for her role in “Silver Linings Playbook”, Anne Hathaway, Oscar® winner for performance by an actress in a supporting role for her role in “Les Misérables” and Christoph Waltz, Oscar® winner for performance by an actor in a supporting role for his role in “Djano Unchained" pose for the press backstage at The Oscars® from the Dolby® Theatre in Hollywood, CA, Sunday, February 24, 2013. credit: Heather Ikei / ©A.M.P.A.S.

The Oscars® in all four acting categories this year were given to actors whose performances were captured on Kodak motion picture film. And an overwhelming majority (16 of 20) of the nominated actors were in movies shot on motion picture film technology. Well done Daniel, Jennifer, Anne and Christoph!

"We take great pride in our rich history with the Academy Awards®, and this year is no exception,” says Andrew Evenski, president and general manager of Kodak’s Entertainment and Commercial Films Group. “You can listen to all the hype, but the truth is that motion picture film continues to be the gold standard, and last night was certainly proof of that. Filmmakers want creative options. We are as committed as ever to providing them with a choice for telling stories. We are currently making billions of feet of film and, who knows, maybe next year’s best winner is already being shot on Kodak film.”

And the winner is.... on Kodak film

Published on website: February 18, 2013
Categories: Andrew Evenski , Awards , The StoryBoard Blog

The month of February means we’re deep into awards season – and I’m very proud to say that the most-recognized films used Kodak products to bring their creative visions to the screen, including, among others:

For the 2013 Academy Awards ®, a total of 12 titles shot their nominated movies on Kodak Film, including: