A: When you’re interested in film you can study history, you can study literature, you can study philosophy, you can study fine art because all of these subjects have impacted film. Film was an extraordinary crossroads, not only for the other arts, but many, many different disciplines. That’s why we have so many different people who have become interested in film. The history of cinema has always been about the interaction of cinema with technology, with science, with philosophy and other subjects. As time goes on, some of our ideas about film change as some of the developments in these areas change. Certainly, for example, we are now living in the age of digital cinema. Digital technology has literally changed every aspect of the medium. Now, we’re still really trying to figure out what those changes have been, how long lasting, how different, but there’s no doubt in my mind that cinema after, say, 1990 is quite different than, say, cinema before 1990, due to the introduction of digital technology.