There seems to be some colour film and a lot of in black and white available in the 35mm format in bulk 100ft lengths for photographers. I know 100ft will only yield about a minute of screen time at 24fps and as such may not be that useful for many. I have heard that stills film may not run smoothly in a movie camera at high speeds because it lacks the right lubrication, I have also read that there is a difference in the size and shape of perforations between stills film and motion picture film. I know cameras such as the Konvas and Kinor work fine with ‘normal’ motion picture film but they are deigned to work with film that has the still film’s perforations. I just wonder if has tried it the other way and have used stills film in cameras that are designed to run motion picture film, like the Arri, Aaton, Moviecam and even Eyemo’s? ? It would be nice to try some of Ilford’s black and white stock. The only real advantage of using any stills film is that it can be easily and very cheaply processed at home.