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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolleijoe
    Just this weekend, I re-watched "Schindler's List" shot on a filmstock you say no one has shot for years. The tones of this film are fantastic, and the detail, leads me to believe it was shot with Zeiss lenses.
    As previously mentioned, shot on COLOR FILM. Bleach bypassed on printing too, iirc

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjorke
    On the future of B&W film, or on the future of B&W Photography? Not sure how much overlap there really is (really -- almost no one has shot B&W movies on B&W film for years, for example)
    :o really you mean what they use digital and Desaturate or no one has made a B&W movie?

    I think if Steven Spielburg was making Schindler's List now he would be shooting it on film.

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    I think that the point is about whether a B&W movie would be shot on B&W film or colour film. Recent movies have shown that a good-looking B&W film can be made from a colour camera neg, which may then be printed on colour print stock. There is a much wider range of colour motion picture film available than B&W, especially after Ilford completely pulled out of motion picture film and abandoned the B&W market to Eastman Kodak. EK still make two B&W MP neg films, bless 'em.

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