I call bullcorn on this, espcially the article and the way it was written and presented with its curated photographs from professional or highly trained (NASA) photographers.
This is nothing more than a progression from D body, to F body to more expensive F body photography high $$ crowd buying gear.
Nostalgia look digital cameras have happened in the last few years, with high $$, and this is an extension of it.
Yes, some photographers chasing the latest trend, or perhaps high end artist may go use it but I doubt any working professional photographer or photojournalist wants to give up digital.
Ektachrome was OK. Personally I always used respooled 35mm film from Seattle Filmworks
. Pain to send to them for processing, but it always gave better and more correct color and it was as fine grained ask Ectachrome even when pushed.
Litigation, and digital killed them off.