Christina Saliba, Tamara Scherbak
Guifre Bantjes-Rafols, Ryan Hollyman, Bahia Watson
Roland Cody Larocque
When you are hypersensitive to the everyday sounds around you, the ability to hear becomes a curse. After several therapies and an attempt to take her own life, Ava is up for an experimental treatment in an anechoic chamber, but what first appears to be an oasis of calm soon begins to crumble as her own body betrays her solitude. Starting as a 2022 Frontières pitch, Director Tamara Scherbak and writer/producer Christina Saliba shed light on a debilitating condition with WHITE NOISE, but push the envelope by imagining the extreme horrors of trying to rid yourself of real and existential pain. – Carolyn Mauricette
Brimming with black humour, surrealism and freedom, CADILLAC CLOWN is the perfect oddity for Fantasia, but also the first cornerstone of Robin Aubert's cinematic oeuvre.
A driver (Joel Kinnaman) is taken hostage by a passenger (Nicolas Cage) who thinks he’s been wronged in Yuval Adler’s gripping thriller that features what may be Cage’s most intense performance to date.
A young woman is at the mercy of dangers hidden in a state-of-the-art safe house.