In another forum, Ron Andrews , Dec 27, 2011; 09:36 a.m. posted “When I first saw the headline that Kodak was selling Eastman Gelatin, I was concerned. When I learned they were selling to Rousselot, I felt better. Rousselot is a quality supplier. Kodak has been buying gelatin from them for years.” (Partial quote). I understand that gelatin is a necessary ingredient in film. If so, their future in film sales raises questions. Did they retain enough gelatin to make at least some more master film rolls? Will they end film production when their supply is exhausted? Did they sell the company and retain the right to share use of the intellectual property rights and enough machinery to still manufacture film but on a smaller scale? Did they sell the company with the exclusive rights to market what was formerly their gelatin? Will they then buy gelatin from to Rousselot and keep making film? Or, has Kodak made their last master roll of film but will presumably continue to cut and roll marketable product until the supply of already made film runs out? Is the sale irrelevant and will have no bearing on Kodak film production? Or is there some other answer to their gelatin needs?