Film is not dead. In fact it's going through a renaissance
firstname.lastname@example.org (Phil Rhodes)
It is very easy to assume that film has very firmly had its coffin nailed shut and then buried 10ft under ground. But far from dwindling, there is in fact renewed interest in shooting mechanically, and it's not just the die hard traditionallists who are showing the main interest. Film35mm16mmArriflexArriAatonBSC ShowBSC Expo
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