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Filming Begins on Incendo’s Radio Silence


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Principal photography has started for Incendo’s newest thriller Radio Silence, starring Georgina Haig (The Crossing) and directed by Philippe Gagnon.

Radio Silence is being shot in Montreal. The film, written by Richard M. Dumont, tells the story of relationship therapist Dr. Jill Peterman, who left her radio show following the on-air suicide of a female caller named Alexis. When she finally returns to the air, mysterious call-ins begin to occur, forcing her to believe there could be a copy-cat out there. Jill uncovers a web of secrets and lies stemming from the mysterious voice she has come to know as Alexis.

Radio Silence is produced with the participation of Bell Media. Jean Bureau, the president and CEO of Incendo, and Ian Whitehead will produce the film for Incendo. Bureau also serves as executive producer.

Bureau said, “We are pleased to be producing Incendo’s latest thriller Radio Silence with a local Montreal crew and a [mostly] Canadian cast. Our English-language films enable us to showcase Canadian talent on an international scale.”



About Sara Alessi

Sara Alessi is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at salessi@worldscreen.com.

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