MY WISH LIST
Graphic-wishlist-amex PRESALE FOR AMERICAN EXPRESS® CARD MEMBERS BEGINS MARCH 31, 2015

SIGN UP

Creating an account with Tribecafilm.com gives you access to more features and services, like our weekly newsletter and other special features just for the film community.

SIGN UP

BECOME A TRIBECA INSIDER

Sign up to access information about new releases before anyone else. By joining you’re entered for a chance to
win two tickets to a red carpet premiere
at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.

By clicking the Sign Up button, you agree that we may send you Tribeca Film emails at the address provided above from time to time on behalf of Tribeca Enterprises (about events, promotions and activities). You can unsubscribe at any time by following the instructions in any email you receive.
X
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE NARRATIVE

CAROLINE AND JACKIE

TFF 2012 Directed by Adam Christian Clark
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE CAROLINE AND JACKIE [TFF 2012]
Film_138155984_poster
When Caroline (Marguerite Moreau) throws a surprise birthday party for her sister Jackie (Bitsie Tulloch), what starts as an evening with friends quickly devolves into a somewhat less than celebratory occasion, as Caroline divulges an ulterior motive in bringing the group together. But this revelation is only the first in a night that will ultimately change everything. As old gripes are resurrected and old patterns fallen into, Caroline, Jackie, and their guests are pushed to the edge, and their bonds are tested by the emotional mayhem only sisters can wring.

Injecting his dinner-party-gone-wrong story with genuine tension and an emotionally raw tone, first-time filmmaker Adam Christian Clark plays intelligently with identification, carefully dealing out information, motivations, and character developments to shift the audience's sympathies and illuminate the surprising complexities of the relationships he is dissecting. Clark strips away the layers of Caroline and Jackie's fraught relationship right up until the film's devastating conclusion, making for a truly riveting and multifaceted relationship study.
Connect with this film
Website
Interests
Drama, Relationships
When Caroline (Marguerite Moreau) throws a surprise birthday party for her sister Jackie (Bitsie Tulloch), what starts as an evening with friends quickly devolves into a somewhat less than celebratory occasion, as Caroline divulges an ulterior motive in bringing the group together. But this revelation is only the first in a night that will ultimately change everything. As old gripes are resurrected and old patterns fallen into, Caroline, Jackie, and their guests are pushed to the edge, and their bonds are tested by the emotional mayhem only sisters can wring.

Injecting his dinner-party-gone-wrong story with genuine tension and an emotionally raw tone, first-time filmmaker Adam Christian Clark plays intelligently with identification, carefully dealing out information, motivations, and character developments to shift the audience's sympathies and illuminate the surprising complexities of the relationships he is dissecting. Clark strips away the layers of Caroline and Jackie's fraught relationship right up until the film's devastating conclusion, making for a truly riveting and multifaceted relationship study.
Film Information
Year: 2012
Length: 84 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Director: Adam Christian Clark
Screenwriter: Adam Christian Clark
Producer: Adam Hendricks
Editor: Adam Christian Clark, Lisa Hendricks
Director of Photography: Christian Swegal
Production Designer: Alan Farkas
Executive Producer: Ruth Surrey
Composer: Lisbeth Scott
Primary Cast: Marguerite Moreau, Bitsie Tulloch, David Giuntoli, Valerie Azlynn, Jason Gray-Stanford, David Fuit
Contacts

Technical Contact
Adam Hendricks
Blueberry Films
adamjhendricks@gmail.com

D1_Manager
James Engle
BenderSpink
5870 West Jefferson Boulevard Studio E Culver City, CA 90016
Phone: 310-729-5588
engle.james@gmail.com

Sales Agent
Asher Goldstein
Traction Media
9665 Wilshire Boulevard, Ste. 500 Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Phone: 310 385 0770
ag@traction-media.com
http://www.traction-media.com

Director
Adam Christian Clark
Blueberry Films
408 South Spring Street, #202 Los Angeles, CA 90013
ac@blueberryfilms.com

Director
Adam Christian Clark
Blueberry Films
408 South Spring Street, #202 Los Angeles, CA 90013
ac@blueberryfilms.com

Technical Contact
Adam Hendricks
Blueberry Films
adamjhendricks@gmail.com

D1_Manager
James Engle
BenderSpink
5870 West Jefferson Boulevard Studio E Culver City, CA 90016
Phone: 310-729-5588
engle.james@gmail.com

Sales Agent
Asher Goldstein
Traction Media
9665 Wilshire Boulevard, Ste. 500 Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Phone: 310 385 0770
ag@traction-media.com
http://www.traction-media.com

Director
Adam Christian Clark
Blueberry Films
408 South Spring Street, #202 Los Angeles, CA 90013
ac@blueberryfilms.com

Director
Adam Christian Clark
Blueberry Films
408 South Spring Street, #202 Los Angeles, CA 90013
ac@blueberryfilms.com

About the Director(s)
Adam Christian Clark started directing the TV show Big Brother while at USC film school. He worked as a roster director at Quentin Tarantino's A Band Apart production company and later wrote and directed China's first reality TV series. His short film work includes The Editor and the award-winning Goodbye Shanghai.

COMMENTS – JOIN THE CONVERSATION

RUSH SALES POLICY

When tickets for a screening or event are no longer available, they will be listed as RUSH. The Rush system functions as a stand-by line that will form at the venue approximately 45 minutes prior to scheduled start time. Admittance is based on availability and will begin 15 minutes prior to program start time. Rush Tickets are the same price as advance tickets payable upon entry. There is a limit of one Rush Ticket per person.

© 2015 Tribeca Enterprises LLC | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions