Photo Booth is a film noir set in 1972 Seattle about an idealistic young writer, Eric, who sets out to find the truth about what happened to the sexy and mysterious Emily, with whom he had shared one passionate night – only to be told that she has been murdered and that he is a 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.

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.