A point was missed here. You are spending a lot of time and mental capacity just looking up trivial information on Kodak people. It is a curious thing to me that you would devote so much time to this effort.
I was indeed lucky to know her and many of the other great figures of the time.
There are a few members here at Apug who devote quite a lot of their time looking back into the history of the industry.
Especially as this complex is merely covered by photo-historians up to now, I consider this a useful employment of time. (Of course one can argue about the usefulness of any kind of historic research.)
The same time we should not forget to look ahead.
One can go both ways...
Oh, I know that. I love to read historical texts, but to me this just does not seem to be history. I lived it as an everyday job. These people were people that I met with, saw in the hall and waved to or who we used to have division parties with, not some mythical historical giants. And, it isn't that long ago either. Or, I am ancient!
There is a minor error in the comment of that film:
After a reference that cellulose-ester has been created, again it is referred to cellulose being powdered, before it is stated that cellose-ester is brought in contact with a solvent to form the liquid form of the base.