|Directed by||Marc Rosenbush|
|Produced by||Frank Crim|
|Written by||Marc Rosenbush|
|Music by||Steven Chesne|
|Edited by||Camden Toy|
Zen Noir is a 2004 surrealist Buddhist murder mystery directed by independent filmmaker Marc Rosenbush and starring Kim Chan, Duane Sharp, Ezra Buzzington, Debra Miller, Jennifer Siebel and Howard Fong.
The film, which opened in theatres on September 15, 2006, has won several prestigious film festival awards.
- Grand Jury Award for Best Feature at the Washington DC Independent Film Festival
- Audience Award for Best Feature at the Rhode Island International Film Festival
- Best Feature at the Moondance Film Festival
- Best Actress at Indiefest Chicago
- Best Cinematography at the Ashland Independent Film Festival.
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