You need to be very carefull Styledoctor, Im an IT guy by profession and I can tell you, you might think you have archived your lifes work but DVDs have a useable shelf life, I seem to remember it being 5 years.
In ten years you may go to play a film and the disc does not work, you need to archive your films to special archive dvds which last 100 years not even sure if they are market available yet.
Pretty important point thought id post it, oh and if im totally wrong id be more than happy for some one to educate me but this was a big point a few years back that a lot of people commented that every one has been storing to dvd when they only last a few years, ok a decent while but they break down discs must be due to the material, newer archive disks were invented.
What would be nice would be to store all that film to DAT tape and then put the dats in a cool place.
Nightmare mate! Ah well.......!