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 Photo Booth - 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. http://www.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.

the film's website: www.photobooththemovie.com

Now available to watch online!

PHOTO BOOTH - Short Film on Vimeo.

 

 

Tilting at Windmills -  Tilting at Windmills is a modern-day Don Quixote tale created for the 2011 Seattle International Film Festival as a part of its Fly Filmmaking Challenge. www.siff.net

Struggling to cope with his difficult reality, a homeless man becomes obsessed with the thought that he is a chivalrous knight in a medieval fantasy world filled with noble deeds, damsels in distress, and an unwitting sidekick he calls Sancho.

In creating Tilting at Windmills, the filmmakers were given a week to write a script, three days to shoot with only 2,000 feet of Kodak film, and five days to edit a total of ten minutes of screen time. The film was shot on 2-perf 35mm color film with a digital intermediate post process, with original music by Nan Avant.

 

Watch it online! Tilting at Windmills

Tilting at Windmills on Vimeo.

 

Dishonesty - Dishonesty follows one day in the relationship of a young married couple, Gary and Ellen - who are at the point in their relationship when going through all the effort and compromise of being completely truthful with each other is becoming just a bit too much effort. They spend the day hilariously and realistically dishonest with each other.

Dishonesty was a finalist for the 2008 IFP Spotlight Award. It won Best of Fest at the Tumbleweed Film Festival in 2010.

Watch it now!

Dishonesty on Vimeo.

 

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