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Despite recent advances in digital photography, film quality and resolution have not stood idle and have continued to advance, with a look that digital can only hope to imitate through the use of expensive and time-consuming digital rendering. That is why many film directors, cinematographers, independent filmmakers, and photographers (both amateur and professional) today still prefer to shoot directly on film. Kodak has also continued to expand their line of photographic film stocks, reintroducing Ektachrome 100D reversal film in both super 8mm, 16mm, and 35mm. And the public response has been tremendous! Select theaters across the nation also continue to re-install their film projectors for special 35mm and 70mm theatrical engagements as film enthusiasts clamor for a return to traditional, high-quality film projection. Napoleon, Oppenheimer, EO, Playtime, Alien, Aliens, Nope, Boogie Nights, The Master, The Hateful Eight, Dunkirk, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Phantom Thread, Ready Player One, The Searchers, Lawrence of Arabia, 2001, A Space Odyssey, Roma, Joker, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, West Side Story, The Master, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, The Wild Bunch, Vertigo, Airport, Spartacus, Streets of Fire, Malcolm X, Khartoum, Ghostbusters, and Starman have all become the latest and greatest film classics to join the special 70mm engagements, astounding film audiences across the nation. In addition, some of the finest, highest-budget films in Hollywood continue to be shot on film, rendering the highest visual quality for film enthusiasts. For the latest releases shot exclusively on film hitting your local theaters, check out Shot on Film | Kodak.

But the film revolution hasn't stopped there, production of new Super 8mm cameras and companies restoring old ones have also resumed as more new filmmakers are rediscovering the beauty, clarity, and incredible color only film photography can bring.

Having difficulty finding film and locating lab services? Look no further because Film Forever Motion Picture and Editorial Supply has made a firm commitment to increase its presence worldwide to fill that void and preserve film photography for everyone. Our inventory has grown from Film Leader and Motion Picture Reels to a variety of Professional 16mm and Super 8mm Film Stocks, Film Projectors, Editorial Equipment and Cameras. For the professional still photographer, we also carry a variety of Kodak Film Stocks. Entering our 12th year, Film Forever MPE continues to grow as more and more colleges, universities, aspiring young filmmakers, production companies, photographers, and consumers both domestically and internationally have made Film Forever MPE their source for everything film. With a catalog that continues to grow, we are also proud to announce that every 'new' product film forever now carries is "Made in the USA!" Foreign parts and projectors are also now being rebuilt, remanufactured, and restored using American labor. And, despite recent inflationary pressures, Film Forever MPE is doing all we can to keep prices stable for our customers. Yes, the good old days are indeed making a comeback, and Film Forever is doing everything to keep this valuable medium alive and well.

So film enthusiasts... Rejoice!  Film Forever Motion Picture and Editorial Supply, your one stop for everything film, is here! On behalf of our company, we look forward to not only hearing from you but also about your latest film project. Whether large or small, amateur, film student, or professional... At Film Forever MPE, we are here not only to serve you today but for many years to come. So what are you waiting for? Film continues to be the medium of choice for its unsurpassed quality and proven longevity. So quiet on the set. Roll Sound... Roll Camera...and Action!


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