The standard XX products these days are 35mm and both double and single perforated 16mm cine film, Eastman 5222/7222. The start of a recent James Bond film (Casino Royale) was filmed with this material, as was almost all of Schindler's List. Typical developer for cine use would be D-96. The 35mm stock is widely used as still-camera film by bulk-loading into standard cassettes.