This 1958 Kodak Documentary Will Make You Long For The Old Days

This fascinating 1958 documentary titled “How Film Is Made”, documents the production process and birth of photographic and cinematic film, was initially uncovered as part of a heritage in the Netherlands. Although its exact source and purpose are as of yet still unknown, it may have been an instructional film for new employees at Kodak’s factories world wide, and was probably used as a promotional film for the general public as well. It’ll make you long for the days when you snapped a photo and had to send it away and wait a week to get back.