Hello there as the title says I would like to learn how to develop film specifically 16mm and 8mm film. My first question is, Is there a difference in process for movie film and still frame shots like 35mm. I ask this because i have been looking for books on film developing and darkroom making and have found quite a few books but all of them seem to be centered around the 35mm rolls, so before I go buying anything I wanted to know if I could use the process in these books. The Film Developing Cookbook by Steve Anchell/Bill opTro The Darkroom Cookbook by Steve Anchell/Bill Troop Into your darkroom Step by Step by Dennis Curtin Dark Room Photography: How to Develop Your Own Film and Create Your Own Prints in a Dark Room By Marrisa Sampson My next question would be, where do I buy 16 and 8mm print stock and do i need a machine of some kind to get the image onto the print stock. I have looked at kodaks sight and they seem to sell only for 35 and 70 in lengths of thousands of meters. something i do not yet have need for. Finally i have seen a few tanks around for developing 8 and 16mm film i think the lomo tank would be best but i wanted to know if it would be worth it. (Update) I have purchased how to compound. . . simplified colored processing formulas. by Patrick D. Dignan it is quite good to have actually. After reading through it i think it will be very useful. (Update) I bought the lomo developing tank for 16mm and 8mm film and will be able to start developing stuff soon.