Analogue Resistance Front it's an informal movement, created by filmmakers who fight against the disappearance of analogue film technology, like 16mm and super8 cameras and projectors. The movement was born to keep alive the memory and use of analogue cameras, films and sound recorders. It ecourages the experimental use, authorial and amateur documentation of light and emulsion. It is not against digital technology or modern means of film production, it's a form of resistance against the exaggerated technological consume dictated by the market. It was also born to recycle what is thrown away, old cameras, expired film, found footage. It's open to experiments and new ideas. The editing, for the pure and lucky ones, is done by hand on the good old film viewer but digital editing and digital diffusion (internet, dvd) won't harm the cause and are the norm.
The analogue resistance calls for your involvement!