The mission of American Vintage Pictures is to produce new films with a style and feel similar to B-Movies, Drive-in Films, and grindhouse/cult classics from the sixties and seventies. Started by writer/producer and director Mike Olafson, the productions are often shot primarily- if not totally- on either Super 8mm film or 16mm film. They have some exciting film projects happening in 2018- a feature premiere and re-release of a documentary and a short film, plus two exciting feature projects in development.
This article http://www.westword.com/arts/hot-lead-hard-fury-premieres-at-the-oriental-theater-9888017 makes the mistake of saying Mr. Olafson used 16mm in his film, ignore that point, the entire thing was shot on Super 8, I believe the main gun was a Canon 1014XLS.
An upcoming AVP production is FIST OF FRANKENSTEIN, also on Super 8. The poster looks amazing!