Much praise and buzz is always given to directors such as Quentin Tarantino and Wes Anderson who choose to shoot on film.
With digital so ingrained in the public's mind, when a director chooses to use it, it's no big deal.
Unless you're 80 year old Woody Allen shooting on digital for the first time, then it's the talk of the town.
“Café Society,” which opened the Cannes Film Festival on May 11, marks the first time Woody Allen has worked alongside cinematographer Vittorio Storaro. It’s also the first time either has shot a theatrical movie outside his traditional comfort zone — switching from film to digital cameras.