I'm just concerned that people will look at the "film only" angle and think they're more interested in promoting film use (a good thing) rather than advancing important issues. I'm just relating my experience with people who look at this type of work and who have a say in whether these things are a go or no go. Getting people on board with documentary work and funding is hard enough for even established photographers, that throwing in something that could be seen as irrelevant, might be counter productive.

I think if it was a collective where the majority "happen to shoot film", well that would be another thing.