Watch this amazing story of 31 rolls of undeveloped film from World War 2 being rediscovered and processed.
Here’s a feel-good story of rediscovery. Last year, Levi Bettwieser from the Rescued Film Project found 31 rolls of undeveloped film shot by a World War 2 soldier and salvaged it with the goal of developing it and sharing the photographs with the world. Of course, there were no guarantees that the latent images had survived the last 70 years of storage, but thankfully they decided to film the process anyway.
As a bonus, If you have no experience with developing film, the video also offers a nice look at the process itself.
Filmed By: Tucker Debevec
Audio Engineer: Eric Bower
Original Music: Mark Doubleday
Second Camera: Eric Bower
Edited by: Levi Bettwieser