While I'm not gonna run out and buy some Ektachrome, I do shoot with B&W film on a regular basis. And there are enough of us out here that, for example, a shop can exist here (Blue Moon Camera) that sells *exclusively* to film users. There is not any hint of digital in their shop. And sometimes, the place is hopping with customers.
There are many non-USA manufacturers of film and paper still out there - amazingly, there are still choices.
There are also many informal groups that meet to share prints, ideas, knowledge, experiences, etc. And no, it's not just three guys reminiscing about the good old days - there are 20, 30, 40, 50 60 -somethings who get involved.
It's not just about the result. It's also about the process. Film is slower and more deliberate - you tend to take a few moments longer to think about the shot. You're also more deliberate in printing the final result. I have pro-level film and digital gear - what I use that day depends on how I feel and what the subject lends itself to. I value that choice.
Film will be with us for decades to come. Will it last another century? Possibly not. But it still has years to go.