Quote Originally Posted by Henning Serger View Post
He said that if there is new interest and sufficient / increasing demand than Fujifilm is in principle willing to re-introduce films. At least there is no "if the production has stopped, the product will never, ever come back" policy at Fujifilm.
It's all about demand.
This is the crucial piece. Film photographers, especially in North America, have become conditioned to the extinction model. Once gone, it's gone forever. Gone along with the entire infrastructure that made it. And all of the personnel that ran that infrastructure. And all of the raw materials required by that infrastructure. And forever is a long, long time.

It's good to hear others may be thinking more progressively regarding film's future. And aren't hiding from any modest increases in market demand.