This Friday night, CAROLINE AND JACKIE premieres in Los Angeles!
We’ll all be at the 7PM showing. Come on down and join us before, during, and after the screening:
When: Friday, May 31st @ 7PM-on
Where: Downtown Independent
251 S. Main St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(Download iCal Event)
Thank you so very much to so many of you who have supported this film over literally the 2+ past years we’ve been making it.
It goes without saying as so many of you are filmmakers yourself, but a movie like this would have been in no way possible without your personal support and commitment. It’s been you continually choosing to share this movie with your friends, family, and co-workers, that has kept it alive and breathing. Every time you’ve told someone about this film, and in turn they’ve told another, you have personally impacted it in a dramatic way.
So many special little movies get lost in the shuffle each and every year, so I can’t begin to express how grateful I am to you all for continuing to spread the word. Please know you’ve done an amazing thing, and that you are personally responsible for Caroline and Jackie being in theaters and it having the very wide VOD exposure it’s been lucky enough to enjoy.
Thank you for your help, and know sincerely that things like telling someone about the film, or writing a kind review, or even adding it to your Netflix save queue, make a huge personal impact on not only this film, but our ability to make another.
I hope very much to see you this Friday night, both at the screening and wherever we end up after!
NY TIMES - It captures the awkwardness, loneliness and unacknowledged desperation that haunt us all but that are particularly poignant when seen among attractive 30-somethings.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - Visually polished and emotionally raw. I absolutely love the film.
VARIETY - Displaying nerves of steel and a generous heart, helmer Adam Christian Clark takes a lot of chances with “Caroline and Jackie,” a tale of troubled sisters that keeps the viewer off balance throughout before delivering a payoff that serves as both catharsis and absolution.
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - Their relationship will ring true for many viewers, and Clark’s intelligent handling of it should elicit good word-of-mouth at arthouses.
NY MAGAZINE - Top-Notch!
VILLAGE VOICE - Sounds like family to us.
REUTERS - The plot is complex, the performances brilliant. First-time director Adam Christian Clark has made a compelling film.
GENE SHALIT’S MOUSTACHE - It’s the first time in awhile that a scripted, dramatic film was able to play with my senses; the way CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS did, in documentary form.
View the Trailer!
If not in Los Angles, we’re now a VOD rental on: iTunes (US & CAN), Microsoft (US & CAN), Cablevision, Comcast, Cox, Dish Network, Shaw, Cogeco, Rogers, MTS Allstream, Brainstorm Media (TVN), Indemand (Xfinity), Amazon Instant Video, Blockbuster on Demand, Content Media (Sony US & CAN), YouTube (US & CAN), and Vudu.
And lastly you can pre-reserve the movie now on Netfix.
And always for more info, check out the website.