It’s  interesting that celluloid film is having its first true death at the  moment. As manufacturers stop making cameras and film the patents for  these technologies will fall to the public and in about 20 years I  predict we will see a resurgence of film as an artistic medium. Film is  dead, long live film!
R.I.P., the movie camera: 1888-2011 - Matt Zoller Seitz - Salon.com

It’s interesting that celluloid film is having its first true death at the moment. As manufacturers stop making cameras and film the patents for these technologies will fall to the public and in about 20 years I predict we will see a resurgence of film as an artistic medium. Film is dead, long live film!

R.I.P., the movie camera: 1888-2011 - Matt Zoller Seitz - Salon.com

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