White Noise


1h 41m 2005

Brief Synopsis

Until the sudden and mysterious death of his beloved wife, architect Jonathan Rivers considered himself a decent, rational man, one who would not ordinarily subscribe to any theories about communicating with the dead.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2005
Production Company
Keri Winters
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 41m

Synopsis

Until the sudden and mysterious death of his beloved wife, architect Jonathan Rivers considered himself a decent, rational man, one who would not ordinarily subscribe to any theories about communicating with the dead. But now, a stranger, Raymond Price, has entered his life, claiming to have heard Jonathan's wife, Anna, through EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon). Fueled by his grief as much as curiosity, Jonathan soon finds himself swayed by Raymond's claim, validated by the recordings of Anna as well as the testimonial of Sarah Tate, who herself has found closure with her deceased fiancée through EVP. Jonathan comes to believe when Raymond says of the dead, "I can hear them, I can see them and I can record them." Then, the unthinkable - Jonathan himself captures Anna's voice and image through recordings he has made; she has established direct contact. Anna's message: for Jonathan to save the future victims of the brutal psychopath who took her life. But his dead wife's communications are often fuzzy, challenging to decipher. And Jonathan, in his growing obsession with reaching Anna, fails to notice signs of impending danger, summed up by Raymond's assessment of the souls who cross the divide from the other side: "They can't all be nice." What Jonathan hopes to be true is, in fact, possible: our departed loved ones can reach us but if they can come through, who, or what else, can also come through.

Crew

Natalie Allan

Script Coordinator

David Allcock

Storyboard Artist

Simon Allmark

Visual Effects Editor

Dave Anderson

Transportation Coordinator

Kimberly Arnott

Accountant

Elaine Arsens

Set Costumer

Nick Arthurs

Editor

Sandes Ashe

Assistant Camera

Lawren Bancroft-wilson

Office Production Assistant

Abigail Barbier

Voice Casting

George Barbour

3-D Artist

Rick Barrett

Carpenter

Tim Bartlett

Props Buyer

Anthony Beck

On-Set Dresser

Karin Behrenz

Assistant Director

Mark Black

Assistant Property Master

Owen Bleasdale

Foley Editor

Michael S Bolton

Production Designer

Glenn Bottomley

Assistant Director

Andrew Boutilier

Assistant

Paul Brooks

Producer

Simon Brooks

Executive Producer

Gavain Browne

2-D Artist

Gianluca Buttari

Foley Mixer

Graham Cairns

Dga Trainee

Dean Capstick

Transportation Captain

Fran Carlyon

Song

Fran Carlyon

Song Performer

Liam Carty

Song Performer

Liam Carty

Song

Penny Chalmers

Set Decorator

David Chang

Assistant

Neil Clarence

Accountant

Jessica Clothier

Script Supervisor

Sarah Cloutier

Visual Effects

Richard Coleman

Assistant Director

Walter Coleman

On-Set Dresser

Tom Collier

2-D Artist

Dave Conway

Construction Coordinator

Robert Court

Stand-In

Duncan Coutts

Song

Scott Cozens

Camera Assistant

Graham Cristie

Cg Supervisor

Donald James Davey

Transportation Co-Captain

Warren David

Security

Ken Decker

Generator Operator

John Dekker

Gaffer

Doris Deutschmann

Graphic Designer

Terry Devine-king

Song

Dave Dibdin

Dolly Grip

Glen Dickson

Camera Operator

Richard Dobbin

Foreman

Mike Draaijers

Generator Operator

Byron Drinkle

Video Playback

Shalia Edl

Production Coordinator

Louis Elman

Voice Casting

Erika Espinosa

Caterer

Claude Foisy

Music Producer

Claude Foisy

Original Music

Claude Foisy

Music Composer

James Forsyth

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Ellis Foster

Accountant

Randy Gerston

Song

Randy Gerston

Song Performer

Simon Giblin

Colorist

Simon Giles

Visual Effects Supervisor

Lalit Goyal

Assistant Editor

Dan Green

Adr

Mike Grimes

Sound Effects Editor

Pawel Grochola

3-D Artist

Tirso Guinon

Sound Effects Editor

John Hardjono

Driver

Lionel Hebert

Best Boy Grip

Stephen Hegyes

Executive Producer

Chris Helcermanas-benge

Photography

Stewart Henderson

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Alan Homma

Accounting Assistant

Jamie Humphrey

Medic

Nicola Instone

Assistant Editor

Gregory Jackson

Location Manager

Anne Jacobsen

Production Accountant

Christian Jelen

3-D Artist

Rick Jermakowicz

Grip

Steve Joberns

Accountant

Daniel Johnson

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Hugh Johnson

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Hugh Johnson

Sound Design

Niall Johnson

Screenplay

Simon Jori

Assistant Camera

Barry Kaiser

Video Assist/Playback

Spiro Karfakis

Camera

Susan Kearney

Security

Micah Kelpin

Assistant

John Ronald Kennedy

Driver

Randy Kennedy

Location Assistant

Trevor Kenny

Camera

Tom E Key

Security

Lauri Kimberley

Security

David Robert Klassen

Rigging Electrician

Paul Lucien Klein

Driver

Andy Koessler

On-Set Dresser

Carol Korm

Coordinator

Clif Kosterman

Driver

James Kozier

Special Effects Assistant

Ron Kozier

Special Effects Assistant

Tina Krohn

On-Set Dresser

Ross Kulak

Driver

James Kussey

Security

Sean Labelle

Driver

Melissa Lake

Foley Artist

Jason Lambert

Location Assistant

Michele Lambert

Costumer

Sharon Lark

Visual Effects Producer

Jose Lau

Camera Assistant

Don Leask

Special Effects

Linda Leduc

Assistant Costume Designer

Randy S. Lee

Stunt Coordinator

Steve Lee

Colorist

Michael A Legree

Grip

Shane Lennox

Assistant Location Manager

Joan Lewis

Security

Josephine Li

Generator Operator

Darren Ling

Security

Garry N Little

Security

Robert Little

Rigging Grip

Richard M. Lobb

Grip

Paul Logan

Grip

Kimberly Lozinski

Location Scout

Oscar Lucchetta

Driver

Eric Lyde-stad

Caterer

John Macculloch

Production Assistant

Angus Macdonell

On-Set Dresser

Sandy Macdougall

Camera

Joe Maceachen

Driver

Alison Maguire

Accountant

Michael Maida

Song

Garry Manseau

Driver

David Margolis

2-D Artist

Steve Martin

Song

Tom Mascotto

Driver

Samantha Morris Mastai

Assistant

Mary Mastro

Hair Stylist

Karen Matthews

Costume Designer

Terry Maxwell

Driver

Michael Mayo

Rigging Gaffer

Wayne Mcauley

Grip

Tim Mccain

Grip

Dave Mcclung

Generator Operator

Gene Mccormick

Makeup Artist

Sean Mccullough

Security

Basil Mcdonald

Driver

Wally Mcdonald

Driver

Jennifer Mceachern

Visual Effects Supervisor

Kevin Mcgill

Security

Brian Mcgugan

Video Playback

Martin Mcinally

Camera Operator

Ben Meechan

Sound Effects Editor

Edward Meneses

Generator Operator

Paul D Mercier

Driver

Robert Miele

Driver

Mandy Milicevic

Extras Casting Assistant

Andrew Millard

Video Playback

Dean Miller

Security

Jodi Mitchell

Accounting Assistant

David Moroz

Transportation Co-Captain

Cameron Morris

Production Assistant

Elizabeth Mueller

Post-Production Accountant

Paul Murakami

Grip

Roz Murray

Production Assistant

W Corky Murray

Transportation Captain

Marni Nelko

Production Assistant

Jack Nemeth

Driver

Rod Newby

Rigging Gaffer

Daniel Nielsen

Grip

Scott Niemeyer

Executive Producer

Mark Noda

Boom Operator

Thomas Novak

Generator Operator

Ray O'donnell

Song Performer

Ray O'donnell

Song

Michele O'flanagan

Production Coordinator

John P O'neill

Rigging Grip

Bernard O'reilly

Sound Design

Bernard O'reilly

Supervising Sound Editor

Roy Obermann

Carpenter

Roy Obermeier

Carpenter

David Okropiridze

Security

Brad Oleksy

Grip

Jesse Olver

Grip

Jos Oman

Assistant Camera

Jet Omoshebi

Colorist

Rob Orr

Grip

John Clayton Osterbeck

Medic

Glenna Owen

Set Costumer

Julio Pallares

Makeup Effects

Dave Palmer

Generator Operator

Perry Todd Palmer

Security

Amber Pankratz

Art Department

David Panovic

Security

Michael Parks

Rigging Gaffer

William J Parsons

Driver

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2005
Production Company
Keri Winters
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 41m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video May 17, 2005

Released in United States Winter January 7, 2005

Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) is the process through which the dead communicate with the living through household recording devices.

Released in United States Winter January 7, 2005

Released in United States on Video May 17, 2005