Thank you. I made my remarks in the context of the original poster's subject which is attracting new users to film. I understand this to be the area of consumer imaging, and many people already have some exposure to photography through cell-phones. The digital image is instant and when a print is wanted it can be obtained in minutes. This is what film has to compete with. My remark about "quicker and better" refers to this area of consumer photography that the OP addressed. There is another area of photography, for professionals and advanced amateurs. In this area the priorities are different from the consumer area and in some cases leads to preferences for film, as seems to the case with your own work. However I doubt that instant and inexpensive results are high on the list of priorities in this area.