In the passage, does old-school film indicate the word "celluloid film'?
Movies have always been in the business of bringing back the dead. Think about zombies, or vampires, ghosts.
And now celluloid film. / What? / That's right. Despite slipping sales with the rise of digital film-making, Kodak announced a pact with major studios, last week, to continue producing and supplying 1)old-school film.
This is 2)a tough play. The company's sales of 3)the stuff have fallen by 96 percent in the past decade. But a number of Hollywood directors, including Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino and Judd Apatow, have lobbied 4)the studios. And Kodak hopes this agreement will slow film's rapid decline and 5)give all this a Hollywood ending.
1)In the passage, does old-school film indicate the word "celluloid film'?
2)What does "a tough play" mean?
3)"The company's sales of the stuff ~~" in this sentence, does the stuff mean celluloid film?
4) "have lobbied the studios." in the sentence,
do the studios indicate the major studios that made a contract with Kodak.