Austria, India, Norway, USA 2016 | 126 minutes | German | Hebrew, English subtitles
A fascinating documentary that journeys into the epicentre of cinema, observing current changes to contemplate its future. Although the digital revolution reached cinema late, it was celebrated for its technological advancement. At the same time, a significant issue was neglected: with celluloid reels disappearing and digital formats multiplying exponentially, what will film archives look like in a few years? Palm faces the potential damage to cinematic memory: is film on the brink of extinction or in the midst of natural change? Participants include renown filmmakers, curators, and historians such as Martin Scorsese, Christopher Nolan, and David Bordwell.