PBS Film PHOTO BOOTH by @radical.media, Fallon Minneapolis

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Industry TV Channels/Radio Stations and Programmes
Media Film
Market United States
Agency @radical.media
Agency Fallon Minneapolis
Released November 2000


One Show 2001
The Winners Consumer TV: over 30 (Single) Silver

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In “Photo Booth,” a man enters a photo booth in a mall. He pumps a bunch of quarters in the machine and proceeds to make a series of bizarre facial expressions. He collects dozens of photo strips and returns to his living room, where he creates a flipbook that shows him lip synching - guestures and all - to the signature piece of his favorite opera.

Stimulation seekers are watching other networks. They think that PBS is stuffy and educational.

The “Stay Curious” campaign challenges the perception that PBS is a dry somewhat stuffy, educational network. The goal is to attract people who have a natural affinity for PBS but are watching other networks. They love finding out about stuff: it makes them feel alive, bright and enlightened.
Title "Photo Booth"
Agency Fallon Worldwide
City Minneapolis
Production Company: @radical.media
Advertiser Public Broadcasting Service
Brand Name PBS
Business Sector TV/Radio Programs & Stations
Market United States
Country of Production United States
Language English
Type Television
Length 30 seconds
Tagline Stay Curious
Creative Director David Lubars
Associate Creative Director Bruce Bildsten
Art Director Chris Lange
Copywriter Michael Hart
Director Errol Morris
Director of Photography Peter Donahue
Agency Producer Damian Stevens