A film with which I had a very peripheral involvement--basically, I was interviewed (not on camera) as background for it--will premiere next month at the Icon Film Festival in Tel Aviv. Adventures Into Digital Comics has been nominated for a Best Documentary award at the festival, and the producer, Robert Nichols, will attend the festival (as will Neil Gaiman, who will do a press conference about it with Nichols). The film screens Oct. 9th and Oct. 13th at the festival.
To me, comics are a sensory experience that have almost as much to do with holding them in my hands (or in the case of newspaper comics, spreading them out in front of me) as with the content. I almost never look at comics on-screen, and don't foresee that changing any time soon. Which is what I told the interviewer. Probably not the kind of answer they were looking for, but they've been very gracious anyway, keeping me informed throughout production and feeling like a part of the process all the way.
It'll go on to other festivals, and be available on DVD as well. If you're interested in comics, I hope you'll check it out. The film's website also collects all the interviews of people who may not wind up in the final cut, a huge variety of comics professionals, and you should definitely have a look at those as well.
This film, by the way, is responsible for my virtually information-less page on IMDB. Since I didn't get screen credits on the WildC.A.T.s animated series or the Gen13 animated feature (which was never released domestically), both of which I was more involved in that AIDC, they don't get mentioned on IMDB.