Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film, Grant Hamilton’s documentary about the end of Polaroid and the start of Impossible, made its debut a couple of weeks ago in Boston. I couldn’t make it there—too much late scrambling on my own Pola-project in those weeks, and the travel budget is exhausted anyway—but the good news is that it’s coming to New York next. It’ll be at Tribeca Cinemas on June 24, and I have already bought my tickets. (You can do so here.)
Pola-people: I’ll be front and center, and hope to meet you there. If the trailer is any indication, I will be the dude who’s all teary-eyed in the first ten minutes.
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