I don't care what you say; film is cool. It's a great way to become a more technically apt photographer, it makes you carefully think through your creative impulses, it gives a unique look, and it's just fun to shoot. That's why I own film cameras that I regularly shoot with alongside my digital setup. And it's also why I'm so excited for Film Objektiv, a rental house for anyone looking to get into shooting film or for pros looking to augment their current setup.
I totally recommend learning to shoot film if you've never done it before; you'll find that it rewires your creative process in that you think through your vision and technical details first, giving you more complete control over the final product and giving your images a stronger identity. That'll carry into your digital work too. Film Objektiv, founded by our very own editor, Adam Ottke, is a rental house that offers many film classics such as the Canon A-1 (an ideal learning camera), the Rollei 35 SE (arguably the most fun to use camera ever made), and the Mamiya RZ 67 Pro (great for working professionals). In fact, I've been using their RZ 67 for a while and have been loving it, as I always wanted to try such a highly lauded camera, but alas, the cost was a deterrent.
Film Objektiv currently offers one or two-month rentals as well as prints. Though they're a recent startup, they're growing quickly, and as they continue to grow, so will their selection along with their educational component. Be sure to check out both their website and Instagram for more.