April 2, 2013
"I grew up with celluloid, with its particular beauty and its idiosyncrasies. But cinema has always been tied to technological development, and if we spend too much time lamenting what's gone, then we're going to miss the excitement of what's happening now. But in order to experience something, and find new values in it, it's got to be there in the first place. You have to preserve - you have to preserve it. All of it."
The New York Times 04/02/13
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