Film Ferrania NEW B&W film

I’f you haven’t been keeping up on the new coming out of Ferrania, they have just announced a new film; or rather resurrected a classic film Ferrania P30. This is really exciting news, I encourage you support this new up and coming film manufacturer.

https://www.filmferrania.it/

Here’s the anouncement:

Cairo Montenotte (SV), Italy – FILM Ferrania is proud to announce its first product, FERRANIA P30®, in a limited ALPHA edition.

FERRANIA P30® ALPHA reproduces, with modern techniques developed by FILM Ferrania scientists, the exact film that made Ferrania world-famous more than 50 years ago.

With its cinema pedigree, ultra fine grain, and very high silver content, FERRANIA P30® ALPHA has no peers in the modern analog film market.

FILM Ferrania CEO Nicola Baldini said, “Each frame is like a piece of jewellery.” Pasolini, Rossellini, Visconti and many other Italian directors powered their masterpieces with P30 film.

In 1961, Sophia Loren won the Academy Award for “La Cio ciara” ( Two Women) by Vittorio De Sica and the entire world started to appreciate the beauty of FERRANIA P30® . In 1963, the legendary film 8 ½ by Federico Fellini was shot on FERRANIA P30® stock, cementing its place in cinema history.

 

Message To Backers from FILM Ferrania on Vimeo.

1 thought on “Film Ferrania NEW B&W film

  1. Alan Fisk

    I tried it at the official rating of ISO 80, and it was extremely underexposed. It seemed to be ISO 20 at best. I haven’t tried it since. Perhaps it works better for other people. The exposure was set automatically by my Yashica T5 compact. Although it doesn’t recognise ISO 80, and defaults to ISO 100, that shouldn’t make any noticeable difference.

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