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Jim Holt, an irreverent detective of metaphysics and science, dives deep into conversation with Caltech cosmologist Sean Carroll, to try and answer the most persistent mystery of existence: Why should there be a universe at all, and why are we a part of it? why is there Something rather than Nothing? Join us for a discussion of time, infinity, consciousness, the multiverse, and the haunting possibility of Absolute Nothingness.
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An award winning official selection of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, with a "payoff" that Variety calls "both catharsis and absolution". Adam Christian Clark's directorial debut has been described by critics as neo Cassavetes meets Altman.
Staring Marguerite Moreau (Wet Hot American Summer), Bitsie Tulloch (The Artist, NBC's Grimm), and David Giuntoli (NBC's Grimm). NY Magazine praises their "top-notch performances" in what The Wall Street Journal calls "a delicious dinner party meltdown". Caroline and Jackie is part character drama, part physiological thriller, and guaranteed to keep you guessing until the very last moment.
On a celebratory birthday trip, Caroline visits and plans a surprise party for her sister Jackie. What starts out as a fun evening with close friends quickly goes askew, as the effects of the sisters’ obscure past takes its toll on the night’s affair. Caroline and the group attempt to support Jackie for an apparent illness – though it’s unclear who really needs the most help.