efe-epaBy Marcel Gascón Bucharest

A decade ago, when digital technology began to prevail in cinema and many considered analog film to be a dying art, Rodrigo Ruiz-Tarazona decided to embark on a path all others had abandoned and opted to take over a studio that still uses celluloid.

The Spaniard still had faith in the classic medium and he bought CineLabs Romania in 2013, the last studio in the European Union that was capable of making films from start to finish on celluloid. EFE-EPA

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