WHO’S IN IT?
Sydney Sweeney (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood), Madison Iseman (Annabelle Comes Home), Jacques Colimon (Sweet Old World), Ivan Shaw (Nightmare Code), Brandon Keener (Not Safe for Work), John Rothman (Gettysburg), Asia Jackson (film debut), Rodney To (Namour), A.J. Tannen (The Darkness), Stephon Fuller (Hell’s Kitchen), Ji Eun Hwang (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Zu Quirke (film debut), director, writer; Jason Blum (The Gift), Lisa Bruce (Darkest Hour), Jeremy Gold (Evil Eye) and Marci Wiseman (Bathtubs Over Broadway), producers; Carmen Cabana (Ride the Thunder), cinematographer; Andrew Drazek (Dragon Eyes), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Juliet (Sweeney) is a gifted young pianist who attends a prestigious institution for classical musicians, but is constantly outshone by her older sister Vivian (Iseman) in nearly every aspect. Desperate to beat Vivian at an upcoming competition, she finds a mysterious notebook that starts to help her achieve musical greatness – but at a devastating cost…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A cross between Black Swan and Whiplash, the feature debut of Zu Quirke is an unnerving psychological horror set in the world of classical music, so expect some beautiful tunes to go along with the horrifying imagery.