Christopher Nolan: there’s no reason film can’t continue to live alongside digital … and Michael Caine agrees

Interstellar, Christopher Nolan’s latest mind-boggling epic, was shot using a combination of 35mm anamorphic and 70mm Imax film, with the latter used more so than in any of his previous films. “I don’t see any reason that it can’t find the right place on an ongoing basis,” said Nolan on the future of film at a press conference in London. Speaking at the Interstellar press conference, Michael Caine jokingly added: “If you have film instead of digital, they have to cut eventually so you don’t have to learn all that dialogue. If you go digital, it goes on forever. It’s a nightmare.”

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