Since it is marked Eastman it is a motion picture film. Standard Eastman 35 mm films are marked 52XX where XX can be any number, 00 to 99. There may also be a symbol indicating the year of manufacture. For example, 5222 is Eastman Double-X, a fast film. Kodak's website has a list of Eastman films and their numbers. Newer films also have a barcode describing the film. Since your film doesn't use this convention it may be a special order film or perhaps a film not intended for camera use.
You can also distinguish between still and MP film by the shape of the sprocket holes, Still films have holes that are retangular with rounded corners. MP films have the two short sides shaped like arcs
Since you got no image but the edge markings are easily discernable indicates that the film must be very slow. Since it appears badly fogged why bother with what it is. Just chuck it and use the loader for something else.