I have 2 rolls of K-14 movie film that have sat undeveloped since the mid 70's. Who can develop this now in color?
These undeveloped home movies have apparently sat in the can unprocessed since about 1974 or so. (I expect there may be some fading if developed from age.)
I understand that Kodak discontinued the chemicals for processing this film and the last K-14 film to be commercially processed in color was in 2011. I have read online that people, Kelly-Shane Fuller, have attempted to recreate the processing. (He apparently only works with still photography.)
I also read about Adrian Cousins, who posts here occasionally, developing Kodachrome movies in color.
Since the process was created by someone working in a photo lab by hand, it can obviously be replicated.
How do I get in touch with Adrian Cousins or someone else who can process my family film?