Kodak and Indie Film have joined their strengths to go out in the streets, talk to analogue photographers, and film their passion. Here you have the trailer of the upcoming film.
It will be titled ‘Long Live Film’ and Indie Film Lab and Kodak are behind it. It is a documentary film about the passion aroused by analogue photography today.
Indie Film Lab used these words when they posted the trailer on their Facebook page: ‘Earlier this year, Indie Film Lab partnered up with Kodak to hit the road and talk to photographers about why they still love and shoot film. Here is a trailer for a short documentary all about film, those who shoot it and why they do. Enjoy and keep an eye out for the full length later this year!’
We will be able to enjoy the film this autumn, but why don’t we warm up the engines and leave some comments on this article about why we love analogue photography so much?
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