I'm not sure how many people are aware, but more and more films are now being released for streaming and Blu-ray release in 4K, which is basically 3840x2160 resolution (exactly double HD resolution of 1920x1080). All of the classic James Bond films were mastered in both 4K and HD, so the 4K masters are done and sitting on the shelf, waiting to be released. Here's a 12-minute 2004 documentary I just discovered that interviews some of the people who did the 4K restorations at Lowry Digital more than a decade ago: I actually worked for Lowry part-time around 2010-2011, and they did some good work on a lot of big and small titles for Disney, Fox, and many other studios. Since that time, the company was taken over by Reliance Entertainment of Mumbai, and most of it was dismantled and shut down. I'm not sure where their technology has wound up these days. It's sobering to look at the millions and millions of dollars worth of equipment in this video -- I think there was about 1 petabyte (1000TB) of storage shown, along with more than 500 G5 Macintosh computers -- that was used as part of the Oscar-award-winning "Lowry Process."