AFAIK, Fuji announced the discontinuance some time ago, though it is still in stock at many retailers' shops. This speaks to the incredibly low demand for it that caused its discontinuance in the first place. The things that most people used this film for are now done almost entirely with digital cameras. Same story with Pro 800Z, Superia 800, and Superia 1600 (that latter two of which are discontinued, at least as far as I can tell).
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For those interested, I contacted this lab recently and spoke with Brad. I explained the situation that we still photographers are in (no more tungsten balanced film available). He told me that they can process short lengths by attaching them to longer pieces, and would be interested in offering such a service for pricing roughly comparable to what we pay for C-41 develop only.
Anyone interested in this, I recommend emailing CineLab to tell them about your interest. I also mentioned the possibility that some people might even be interested in using 16mm in short lengths as well, though I'm no expert on that (Minox?).
I think that sounds like a great idea. I do believe that they would have something special if they did that; I've yet to see movie film processed as it is supposed to be, and for that reason it hasn't interested me. But to be able to do it right.. I'm interested.
The 2nd part of this would be who is willing to take the long rolls and cut them down? A joint effort might be in order for that to be realistic.
I'm going to email them and express my interest, I encourage others to do the same.