It was an enlightening interview to read or even felt like a curtain opened up like in the real movie theaters and then you realized that you knew it all on beforehand. It was there in my mind, in my subconscious. Just one point was lacking in the interview: The pressure and infinity of the problems faced by those who want to preserve the digital films and be sure they can be viewed after say some decades. In the far corner of the world were Iceland is located the oldest moving image containing Icelandic people is 110 years old and we have even got two films from that year, 1906, in perfect condition. Both of them shot by hand driven cameras made of wood on 35mm b/w film. Would you be sure your digital film made today will last so long? Think about it. Sony guarantees the ODA back-up system for 50 years. How will your computers, your hard drives, your operating systems, your applications look like after just 50 years, not to mention 110 years. You can watch all the 50 years old films preserved today in film archives but not in the cinemas of the world. Some invisible force prevents you from being able to.