We, humans are too used to being forced to pick one out of two options. As if there was no alternative or you couldn't pick both or reject both at the same time. See bi-partidism in politics, etc...
I see film and digital photography co-exist wonderfully. Shoot film, scan, retouch in PS, post in the www or go back to analog in the form of a print.
This past autumn I was asked to do a series of photographs in large format for a Catalan musician named Marc Parrot. His new album is based on the works of Segundo Chomón, an amateur film maker from the beginning of the century.
Parrot's manager thought it would be ideal to use the same medium used back then so she asked me to do large format photos with brass lenses.
I also see a trend in art directors in commissioning analog photography of any size out of coolness or trendiness.