I guess my first digital movie was 'Tintin' because 'Tintin' has no film step. There is no intermediate film step. It's 100% digital animation, but as far as a live-action film, I'm still planning to shoot everything on film.
When I don't have a movie, I don't take a job just for the sake of working. I just sit it out until I find something I'm passionate about.
The bones of the story of 'War Horse' is a love story. That's what makes it universal.
The greatest films ever made in our history were cut on film, and I'm tenaciously hanging on to the process. I just love going into an editing room and smelling the photochemistry and seeing my editor wearing mini-strands of film around his neck.