Hi, I am a film student working on pre production for a film that will hopefully be shooting in the Fall. It's set in the 60s and I want it to look like a 60's movie. My professor was thinking that if I'm so adamant on going vintage, I should really do it on film which I actually like the idea. I already know that doing some levels of film is expensive and also limited in terms of developers. The lower you go in mm, the better chance you have, but I still really want this certain look. I also know that if I went digital, no matter what filter I put, it would probably still not look completely authentic. I know an independent film called 'Love Witch' was made recently in the style (and on film) which it does pretty much do justice to the era, but there is still a tinge of not getting the full look and they don't truly go into detail on how they made it. I will attach some pictures to get the idea across of what I'm going for if anyone can help. Whether I have to do it digitally or on film, I would just like to know the full production steps I should go to achieve the look since not just shooting on a film camera will do the trick. Thanks!