"For the last 10 years, I've felt increasing pressure to stop shooting Film and start shooting video, but I've never understood why. It's cheaper to work on Film, it's far better looking, it’s the technology that's been known and understood for a hundred years, and it's extremely reliable. I think, truthfully, it boils down to the economic interest of manufacturers and [a production] industry that makes more money through change rather than through maintaining the status quo. We save a lot of money shooting on Film and projecting Film and not doing digital intermediates. In fact, I've never done a digital intermediate. Photochemically, you can time Film with a good timer in three or four passes, which takes about 12 to 14 hours as opposed to seven or eight weeks in a DI suite. That’s the way everyone was doing it 10 years ago, and I've just carried on making Films in the way that works best and waiting until there’s a good reason to change. But I haven't seen that reason yet."