Todd Bieber Finds Owner of Missing NYC Blizzard Roll!

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Do you still remember the incredible news of the lost film roll in New York early in the year? Well, it seems that Todd Bieber, the film maker who found the roll, has finally found the elusive owner!

Credits: elede

Talk about dedication! Todd Bieber's story, which shot to fame with him finding an undeveloped roll of film in New York and going to the internet to look for its owner, has finally drawn to a close in what else but a happy ending.

Thousands and thousand of emails after publishing his original video, luck finally smiled on our intrepid analogue hero as he got a solid lead. In Paris.

Without thinking twice, Todd together with his girlfriend, hopped on a plane to Europe to meet the film roll’s mysterious owner. Towards the end of his trip in Europe, Todd himself left a mysterious undeveloped roll lying somewhere with a note and an invitation. If you yourself find it, be prepared for an adventure of a lifetime!

Watch his official video update:

Here’s the last update Bieber did before he found the owner:

written by cruzron on 2011-03-09 in #news #news #nyc #new-york #film #update #todd-bieber #blizzard

45 Comments

  1. pavlov
    pavlov ·

    Its like a message in a bottle! Awesome!

  2. fivedayforecast
    fivedayforecast ·

    Simply amazing!

  3. paperplanepilot
    paperplanepilot ·

    i love this story.

  4. cruzron
    cruzron ·

    shout out to Parisian lomographers! lets try to find that roll now! :D

  5. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    warm feelings watching this!

  6. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    great! and funny! "never try to drink as much as a tall german" hahahaha

  7. rav_bunneh
    rav_bunneh ·

    lol. I wonder if this means we are all going to be leaving rolls of film laying about to be found. :3 Rather than geocaching it'll be like LomoCaching. haha. I'm glad he found the owner at last.

  8. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    i definitely see the place where he put the film... it's in Montmartre, a parallel street (I would say Cité Veron) to the one where is the café des 2 Moulins (the one from movie Amelie).. But if he really let it here it was probably taken like 5 minutes after... Anyone found it les parigos??? :)

  9. lighttomysoul
    lighttomysoul ·

    this is so incredibly awesomely FANTASTIC! I love it!

  10. susielomovitz
    susielomovitz ·

    OH MY GOD! IT IS A MA ZING! OH MY! is this 100% true?

  11. susielomovitz
    susielomovitz ·

    I LOVE IT! I'M IMPRSSED!

  12. neja
    neja ·

    amazing , amazing story! really cheered me up!

  13. neja
    neja ·

    and, the guy has a famous surname!:) are THEY related?:))

  14. gim86bc
    gim86bc ·

    i feel the touch in my hearth watch this video, it just lovely

  15. susielomovitz
    susielomovitz ·

    hahahaha! hope not!

  16. mattlongstaff
    mattlongstaff ·

    Great story. Nice film camera they used too. Great colours and DOF!

  17. cruzron
    cruzron ·

    @neja - brrrr. hope not :P

  18. coca
    coca ·

    i love this story!!! great ending for this amazing adventure

  19. quaisoir
    quaisoir ·

    Haha hope not! Awesome story..

  20. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    moving story! something like the book-crossing, we can do something similar, the film-crossing!

  21. willyboy
    willyboy ·

    For a moment there I thought that Justin Bieber had been declared missing in a NYC blizzard. Everything was great in the world for just a second.

  22. lomoteddy
    lomoteddy ·

    Love

  23. dakadev_pui
    dakadev_pui ·

    OMG! great story

  24. lomodevojka
    lomodevojka ·

    What a story :)!
    Looks like the beginning of the new movement in...in analog photography, art,...in our lives...

  25. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    good stuff - nice one @cruzron :)

  26. graefin
    graefin ·

    The story is so awesome!
    I hope someone has already found the roll and is looking at all the wonderful pictures!

  27. weedos
    weedos ·

    Awesome. I love happy endings :-)

  28. paper_doll
    paper_doll ·

    bloody hell, I'm crying.

  29. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Great story, and it's a happy end finally! :)) And I love the idea to make another one and leave it in a place to be discovered... :)))

  30. kneehigh85
    kneehigh85 ·

    Love this story!

  31. upstart_thunder
    upstart_thunder ·

    SO SO SO SO SO glad I know know the outcome of this, I've been wondering about it for a while.

  32. justinpierce
    justinpierce ·

    dude that is so lucky! Most other people would not have gone the great lengths you did to return that silly roll of film. Im impressed

  33. maymosciaro
    maymosciaro ·

    I love this story!!!
    Wish I could find one of those!!

  34. mightymouse
    mightymouse ·

    Sounds like an amazing adventure

  35. pegawainegri
    pegawainegri ·

    so very inspiring story..:D

  36. terica
    terica ·

    luv it! great story! :)

  37. mikahsupageek
    mikahsupageek ·

    great story with a great first ending... sadly I haven't found that film :)

  38. worried_shoes
    worried_shoes ·

    lovely!

  39. ghidini
    ghidini ·

    holly shit!

  40. kobehasanidea
    kobehasanidea ·

    Loved it! I hope that happens to me! But I hope the person isn't all the way across the world. >.<

  41. pzjo
    pzjo ·

    Just Brilliant in every way.

  42. boogieroxx
    boogieroxx ·

    Great story!!

  43. minugia
    minugia ·

    This is a once-in-a-life-time story, so moving and inspiring!
    I am Federica, the blond italian girl you see on the video, Todd and his girlfriend drove all the way from Germany to stop in Turin for just one day. They are amazing people, I am so grateful to be part of this unique adventure, I think I've watched the video at least 20 times but I still get goosebumps!

  44. gabysalas
    gabysalas ·

    @minugia, did you take any pictures while Todd and his girlfriend were with you? Share your story in our analogue lifestyle section!

  45. minugia
    minugia ·

    I'm so sorry gabysalas, I've only read your message now.
    I did take one or two pictures indeed with my Sprocket Rocket but the film is still in! As soon as I finish it I'll be more than happy to share the photos with all of you.
    (I also took two picture with my reflex but I don't know if you are interested in them.)

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