Yes, this is originally motion-picture film. This exact emulsion was used in Schindler's List and the opening scene of Casino Royale. It is a traditional emulsion with a little more grain than most newer B&W films, especially for its ISO of 250. I like to use it for "grittier" subjects; places where the increased grain benefits the subject. You can develop it like any other B&W film; I use 10:00 in D-76 1:1, but the Massive Dev Chart has times for different developers.

The pricing in my OP is for 35mm rolls, but if you are interested in 16mm versions, I will be able to provide them as well, for a good deal less than the 35mm price.