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The Impossible Project

Instant Polaroid film is about to disappear – Polaroid closed its four instant film plants last year, but a group of enthusiasts hope to reinvent the technology and develop a modern, streamlined production process, to ensure the availability of instant film.  The Impossible Project aim to restart the production of analogue integral film for vintage Polaroid cameras, and get it back into mass production by the end of 2009.  The project has secured a ten-year lease on a factory building in The Netherlands, and are working with Integral Film experts from around the world.


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