Sorry to start another Kodak thread and let me know if this has been covered elsewhere, but I couldn't find this angle in existing threads.
Soon everyone will have 60 Gigapixel, f1:1, 10-1000mm optical zoom cameras in their phones anyway, but they have a perfect product with a devoted following worldwide.. Even if the motion picture industry went all digital (and it's far from doing so yet) would it not be a viable business to have a little factory somewhere in China cranking out Tri-X, Portra, D76 and C-41 for those who are willing to pay (lets face it) almost anything to get at it??
Vinyl producers are digging their lathes out of storage for the audiophile and collectors market (and I know making film is harder) but there are SO many businesses out there trying to invent and market crap that nobody wants ... why can't Kodak just provide something that has a reliable market?