In this psychological thriller from director Aaron Rottinghaus, Noah (Josh Danziger) and Emily (Olesya Rulin) first met as children on a school field trip that turned tragic when their bus was involved in a serious accident. Ever since, Emily has suffered from a psychological condition known as ICD-10 F24, in which she's constantly haunted by visions of horrible tragedies; Noah is a part of Emily's illness in that he also sees the same things when he's around her, but not when they're apart. While it might be best if the two keep their distance, they share an emotional bond that makes it difficult for them to stay away. When Noah is severely injured in another auto accident, he struggles to remember the unhappy events of his past, while elsewhere, Emily seeks treatment with a psychiatrist, Dr. Jane Sheppard (Joey Lauren Adams), who believes therapy can take the frightening visions away. However, as Dr. Sheppard studies Emily's hallucinations, she discovers they have a startling resemblance to real-life events and wonders if the young woman has a gift of prophecy. Apart received its world premiere at the 2011 South By Southwest Film Festival.