Quote Originally Posted by bjorke
On the future of B&W film, or on the future of B&W Photography? Not sure how much overlap there really is (really -- almost no one has shot B&W movies on B&W film for years, for example)
Just this weekend, I re-watched "Schindler's List" shot on a filmstock you say no one has shot for years. The tones of this film are fantastic, and the detail, leads me to believe it was shot with Zeiss lenses.

Also, just recently on satellite I saw "Ed Wood", different look altogether tonality-wise (can't stand Tim Burton), but again, another modern film shot purposefully in B&W.

Even "A Hard Day's Night" is listed as one of the greatest films ever made both artistically, & historically. You can include this one too, (if you think of 1964 as "for years").

Rolleijoe