A Behind-the-Scenes Look at How Impossible Project's Instant Film Is Made

New video goes inside the Netherlands factory

The folks over at High Snobiety recent had a chance to check out The Impossible Project's headquarters and made a pretty interesting video about the behind the scenes process of making Impossible's Instant Film packs.

Headquartered in Enschede in the Netherlands, Impossible Project got its start after the final operating Polaroid film factory closed its doors in 2008. The company bought the old factory and since then have been working to revive photographer's love of analog by bringing back old instant film-stocks and sizes and inventing new ways to play with Polaroid.

Watch the video above to learn a little bit more about the chemical complexity of how these film packs are made.