Where Kodak film is manufactured or how good the formulary notes are is all irrelevant if no one can see the bottom of the film market. Film manufacturing is an industrial process and there may simply not be enough demand based on the recycling of eBay and flea market cameras. Industrial film camera production is almost no more in quantities to sustain film.
Any purchaser of Kodak film has to weigh the plummeting demand before all else. Maybe cinema can sustain it, maybe not. That's changing swiftly as well. The current share price is a reflection of the future film market and the future digital market, both named Kodak. We know digital has a future. Film.………?