Following my recent watching of the new Carey Mulligan film/digital capture - the third movie I'd seen which fell into both camps, I decided to come up with my own cinema manifesto in the spirit of Dogme 95 to bring the cinema experience back.
Dogme 95 was this movement by Danish directors to bring purity back into cinema, it's rules involved use of on set sound, no props brought from outside, no camera tripods and the like. I'm on my tablet so I can't provide a link but feel free to Google it if you're interested.
So here is my own (pie in the sky) version of Dogme 95
1) The project must be shot, edited and finished on film
2) The project must be shot on either 35mm or 65mm film, not both.
3) It must be released in your chosen format in at least 50 venues, which must have properly darkened auditoriums
4) You must use one camera system at all times - For example a choice between either Arriflex, Arricam or Panavision Millennium XL not two or all three
5) Single uses of strong language to increase the rating are banned