The $100 million production had its world premiere at the 2022 Venice Film Festival, followed by a limited theatrical release in cinemas, before streaming on Netflix. It has enjoyed positive reviews for Baumbach’s direction, central performances, and Crawley’s enterprising and prismatic cinematography.

Filming took place over 60 shooting days, between June and November 2021, at a variety of rural and urban locations around Cleveland, Ohio. The catastrophic rail crash was filmed on location in Georgia by the second unit crew over a two-week period.

“I love shooting on film and have been fortunate that the decision to shoot on film has often been made by the director and producers before I come on board, and this was the case with White Noise,” says Crawley, whose previous film credits include Ballast (2008), The Childhood of a Leader (2015), Vox Lux (2018) and The Devil All the Time (2020).

“I’ve been a fan of Noah’s work for many years and was delighted to become acquainted with him via editor Matt Hannam, who also cut Vox Lux, and producer David Heyman, with whom I worked on The Secret Garden (2020).

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