Photo Booth is a film noir set in 1972 Seattle. Eric, an idealistic young writer, sets out to find the truth about what happened to the sexy and mysterious Emily, with whom he shared a night of passion – only to discover that she has been murdered and that he is the prime suspect in her death.
Photo Booth is the winner of the 2009 IFP Spotlight Award, a production grant featuring thousands of dollars of in-kind goods and services from the leading Northwest production companies. ifpseattle.org/
Photo Booth was shot on-location in Seattle with vibrant, gritty, neo-noir Dirty Harry/Streets of San Francisco colors, shot on 35mm film with an extreme widescreen aspect ratio of 2.4:1, and features a cool, funky 1970's style musical score by Eric Goetz, recorded and mixed with period-authentic instruments and equipment.
Directed by Timothy Watkins. Produced by Charles Forsgren & Lindy Boustedt. Written by Timothy Watkins & Charles Forsgren. Edited by Kris Boustedt. photobooththemovie.com/