Wednesday, October 1, 2014

FILM Ferrania Announces Comeback Plan with Still Photo and Motion Picture Formats

FILM Ferrania is restarting production for analog film in both still photo and motion picture formats. The company was officially formed in Ferrania, Italy on July 23, 2013 by co-founders Nicola Baldini and Marco Pagni with the aim to build a new factory from the leftover parts of the old one, originally founded in 1923. Through massive cooperation with the local government, FILM Ferrania currently has a facility, most of the necessary machinery and even a large stock of chemistry.
"With all of this, we still have an enormous task ahead of us. We aim for nothing less than fundamentally changing the way you buy, use and process film today. Most importantly, we aim to restore confidence in the future of analog film."
Ferrania film is now available in 35mm, 120mm, 8mm cine and 16mm cine for order via their Kickstarter project. The Kickstarter goal is $250,000, this will help FILM Ferrania build the factory of the future and the first batch of film.

For more information, please visit their website or follow FILM Ferrania on their Facebook page and Twitter; if you'd like to become a part of FILM Ferrania's renaissance, head over to their Kickstarter project and make your pledge.

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