KF article top
Analogue Wonderland box and film/cameras (Pic: Analogue Wonderland)
The box costs £50 and includes six films over two months (Pic: Analogue Wonderland)

UK film retailer Analogue Wonderland has launched a film subscription service, offering shipments of three mystery films every month.

The £50, six-film WonderBox includes three 35mm films sent each month, and includes free postage in the UK. The film included in the first two months of the service (September and October) include Ilford’s fine-grained Pan F film and LOMOgraphy’s recent Metropolis colour film.

You can see more details of which films feature in September and October on the Analogue Wonderland site.

Analogue Wonderland’s Paul McKay said: “We want to capture this enthusiasm and join together as a community to help people learn and enjoy new films, while shining a light on some of the lesser-known jewels of the analogue world.

“By curating a small selection of films to arrive at homes around the world each month -and releasing weekly content with top tips for those films – photographers will quicklyget to grips with some of the creative differences between B&W and colour; negative and slide; infrared and redscale; Kodak and Fujifilm; and so much more.”

The company’s subscription follows Cool Film Club, which has been offering a film subscription service in the UK for the past few years.

The first installment of the film subscription service will also include other items, which include a cyanotype kits from Little Vintage Photography.

Support Kosmo Foto

Keep Kosmo Foto free to read by subscribing on Patreon for as little as $1 month, or make a one-off payment via Ko-Fi. All your donations really help.

Become a patron at Patreon!

Stephen Dowling
Follow me

Article Rating
Notify of

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments