List of All Photochemical Film Labs
Operating in the World Today

As methods of film preservation have shifted from analog to digital over the last two decades, the number of film laboratories still providing analog film services has declined. But despite the continued growth in the use of digital methods of restoration and preservation, film processing and printing remains essential for film-to-film preservation work, independent filmmakers’ artistic practices, and occasional studio and smaller film releases on 35mm and 70mm.

The list below represents the best available information on the location, contact information, and services offered by photochemical film laboratories of all kinds, around the world. This information was gathered from a number of sources and incorporates the work of numerous members of the global film archive community including the Association of Moving Image Archivists Film Advocacy Task Force, Kodak, Rachael Stoeltje, Shahed Dowlatshahi, and FIAF affiliates. Note that you can also find a list of all artist-run film labs at www.filmlabs.org.

If you have any updated information about a lab listed below, or to add a new lab to the list, please contact info@fiafnet.org.

You can visualize all labs listed below on this world map:

Lab Name Country City Contact ContactEmail Address State