While in Cologne the Photokina is raging, where all kinds of devices for digital image production are presented, Kodak announces the availability of the analog EKTACHROME film material. The resumption of production has already been announced for CES 2017 -- now, with some delay, photographers will get their hands on the EKTACHROME Film E100 material in the traditional 135/36x format. From October 1st, KODAK EKTACHROME 7294 color reversal film for Super-8 will also be available in 100 or 400 foot cassettes. Who is interested in the detailed specifications, can find them here. Also for 16mm shots there will be some material, but only later in the year.
If you look around on the Kodak page, you will come across an area in which analogue (cinema) films are presented, and these are still some, currently such as BlacKkKlansman, Happy As Lazzaro and others, but also for TV Westworld Season 2. Often there is also a short interview with production backgrounds. In many places the love for analogues seems to be unbroken, and now it should also be fanned in a not so professional environment.