One day, astronomy professor Randall Mindy and astronomy graduate Kate Dibiasky discover that a comet the size of Mount Everest is on track to hit Earth in six months' time. The two try to sound the alarm on the world's impending doom, but unfortunately, no one seems to care. Unfazed, they go on a media tour with the help of Dr. Oglethorpe. From the office of the President of the United States to the booth of a radio station, they will do anything to get the people to look up.
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2021 - Oscar - Best Motion Picture of the Year- nominated
2021 - Oscar - Best Achievement in Film Editing- nominated
2021 - Oscar - Best Achievement in Music (Original Score)- nominated
2021 - Oscar - Best Writing (Original Screenplay)- nominated
Part narrative, part documentary, and part animation, What the #$*! Do We Know?! was filmed with the intent of expressing the neurological processes and so called "quantum uncertainty" of life. With the help of a directorial triumvirate consisting of Betsy Chasse, William Arntz, and Mark Vicente, Marlee Matlin stars as Amanda, whose uninspired daily routine is abruptly altered into a chaotic, Alice in Wonderland-style reality, complete with quirky characters and wildly different perspectives on life. As Amanda falls deeper into the experience, she's forced to drastically reconsider her perceptions of interpersonal relationships, men, and the fundamental principles of life. What the #$*! Do We Know?! is supplemented by a host of mystics and scientists, who are interviewed intermittently throughout the film for their wisdom and knowledge concerning religion, science, the thin line between them, and the consequences of blurring that line.
Character study of Harry Caul, an expert wiretapper assigned to surveil a couple in San Francisco. As he learns more about the couple through conversation, Harry wrestles with the notion that his recording could lead to their murder.
Documentary filmmaker Ryan White charts the remarkable journey of Opportunity, an exploration rover sent to Mars on an investigative scientific mission in 2003. Oppy, as she was christened by the research team responsible for her creation, was initially predicted to survive on the planet for ninety days. The aim was to gather data to feed back to NASA, and it continued to explore the red planet far beyond its expiration date, lasting nearly fifteen years on the planet's surface. The narrative interrogates the significance of Oppy's endurance for the future of interstellar discovery.