Kodak will showcase its portfolio of asset protection films at this year’s Association of Moving Image Archivists Annual Conference from December 5-8 at The Westin Seattle. The company will also present information on the newest addition to its film family – Kodak Vision3 Digital Separation Film 2237. The AMIA Conference is an annual gathering of industry professionals and academia that brings together the restoration and preservation community who work tirelessly towards saving and keeping cinema and broadcast content accessible whether created today or 100 years ago. The Reel Thing XXX is a technical symposium directly preceding the conference. During this event Kodak will highlight their 2237 Film as well as review a customer case study of another new film Kodak Color Asset Protection Film 2332. “We are honored to continue to support this community and help in finding answers to the grave concerns revealed in the Motion Picture Academy’s Digital Dilemma reports ” says Kodak’s Diane Carroll-Yacoby product manager for Kodak’s Entertainment Imaging Division. “We have a longstanding relationship with AMIA and the important research and practices they develop will help preserve our cultural heritage long into the future. We consider ourselves partners in that same endeavor.” At the conference Kodak will show a short demo of the Kodak Vision3 Digital Separation Film 2237 which became available last month. This archival film is optimized for laser CRT and LED light sources utilized by digital recorders in the marketplace. Providing exceptional image quality including fine detail tight grain optimal resolution and excellent flare characteristics Kodak Vision3 2237 Film is offered on an ESTAR base for premier physical performance and long-term stability that lasts centuries in recommended conditions.