- Are Replicas Changing the Way We Experience Art? by Noah Charney (Zócalo Public Square): Though film is mentioned only tangentially in this article, the argument may be extended to speak to how it is changed when digitized.
- Christopher Nolan Praises 35mm, 'Lawrence of Arabia' and Quentin Tarantino by Demetrios Matheou (Indiewire): Nolan continues to argue for the necessity of film in film culture.
- Medium Rare by Nick Pinkerton (Artforum): A few New York venues fight back against blind veneration of the DCP format with medium-centric programming of glorious film prints.
- The Film Projectionist’s Future in a Digital Age by Meagan Flynn (Urban Plains): A profile of Chicago-area projectionists who are keeping the film experience alive.
- Kitchen Sink Cinema: Artist-Run Film Laboratories by Genevieve Yue (Film Comment): For small-gauge film artists, a resurgence of artist-run film labs offers hope.
- Christopher Nolan Rallies the Troops to Save Celluloid Film by Scott Foundas (Variety): Nolan, Tacita Dean, and others argue for the artistic and technical benefits of the film medium without appealing to Luddism
- Why the History of 16mm Film Matters by David D'Arcy (Indiewire): An account of the Viennale 16mm survey.
- Make A Place For Christopher Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, And Film Stock In Digital Future by Tim League (Deadline): League argues for a place for film in a digital world
- Quentin Tarantino Ditches Digital and Takes Over Programming at New Beverly by Anne Thompson and Ryan Lattanzio (Indiewire): Tarantino puts his money where his mouth is at the theater he owns.
- Colorlab Announces Full Continued Support for 16mm B/W Film Intermediates and Prints (Colorlab): This lab stands behind a threatened format: 16mm black and white.
- Movie Film, at Death's Door, Gets a Reprieve by Ben Fritz (Wall Street Journal): Bucking the usual trend these days, studios get together to help keep film around a while longer.
- Lost and found: A man with a dream (and 3,000 films) powers the Berkeley Underground Film Society by Cheryl Eddy (SF Bay Guardian): A brief profile of BUFS impresario Gerald Santana.
- Cannes 2014: Quentin Tarantino declares 'cinema is dead' ahead of Pulp Fiction screening by Heather Saul (The Independent): Tarantino vilifies digital cinema.
- Bombast: This Print Could Be Your Life by Nick Pinkerton (Film Comment): Starts out seemingly anti-film, but resolves into a nice piece identifying film with a live experience.
- Why Does Analogue Still Feel Good in a Digital World? by Yanto Browning (The Conversation): A somewhat superficial discussion of analog artifacts, ultimately rather too digiphilic.
- JOIN THE CAMPAIGN (SAVEFILM.ORG): A concise cultural defense of the film medium, and an international call for its preservation.
- HULK VS. THE TWILIGHT HOUR OF FILM by Film Crit Hulk (Badass Digest): Hulk bemoans the waning days of film.
- Movie Studios Are Forcing Hollywood to Abandon 35mm Film. But the Consequences of Going Digital Are Vast, and Troubling by Gendy Alimurung (LA Weekly): An overview of digital conversion issues, mainly in the exhibition and archival realms.
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