Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film
In 2008, Polaroid ceased production of all instant film, signaling the end of an era - and an art form. In Time Zero, director Grant Hamilton, an award-winning Polaroid photographer, shares the intense emotions of fellow enthusiasts as they recount hearing the news...and follows the passionate efforts of a small team who - against all odds - tried to keep instant photography alive.
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Monster Quake: Will We Survive?
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Bloodied But Unbowed: Early Vancouver Punk
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