It’s true, Kodak has officially stopped production of acetate film base, one of the key components of camera film. Reddit user ApatheticAbsurdist notes that Kodak has enough stock to keep producing film for a few more years, but it’s safe to say the announcement is another blow for film lovers everywhere.
Excerpt from the film The BQE, by Sufjan Stevens
Late night BQE appreciation post.
the polaroids of andrei tarkovsky : the mystery of everyday life
Tarkovsky is best known for such cinematic masterpieces as Solaris, The Mirror,Andrei Rublev, and Stalker. Tarkovksy’s vision was unique as a filmmaker; he favored long takes and leisurely scenes that explored the beauty and mystery of everyday life.
Incredible. London in the interwar period, before Hitlers bombs, still the centre of a powerful Empire. Amazing how it still looks so similar.
Wow. I love this. All you’d have to do is change the vehicles (and maybe the fashion!) and it could pass for present day London.
Love your city! Hard to believe it’s been 11 years since I was last in Britain.
I’ve never heard of the Frisse-Greene film process. Beautiful color palette.
Source: The Huffington Post
Trailer for the Spanish silent film Blancanieves
This is one to see on the big screen!