Having said, although others have correctly stated that you can probably get your look using digital cameras today, it all depends. If you have a budget, it’s not that big a deal to shoot on film, it can even be easier in some ways. It’s a lot of fun and you’ll get a lot of respect from your actors and crew if you use film because of the discipline it requires. If you shoot 35, I would definitely shoot with a 500T film, because frankly, the slower speed films will probably give you a cleaner no grain look. Go Check out “Call Me By Your Name” which is in theaters now, for an example. Or the Florida Project, which used 50D and 200T for day exteriors and 500T for night interiors to get some comparisons. Shooting 16 will give you more Grain, See “Carol” for a recent example.