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Everything Everywhere All at Once

Runtime
2hrs 20mins
Directed by
Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert
Featuring
Michelle Yeoh,
Stephanie Hsu,
Ke Huy Quan,
Jamie Lee Curtis

Showtimes

Mon 12/12
Available for online purchase
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Let’s dive into the multiverse with an introduction by Harvard Astrophysicist Dr. Grant Tremblay! Revisit the Coolidge's most popular film of the year through the lens of Science on Screen.

About the Film

Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, collectively known as Daniels, Everything Everywhere All at Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes. When an interdimensional rupture unravels reality, she must channel her newfound powers to fight bizarre and bewildering dangers from the multiverse as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

About the Speaker

Grant Tremblay is an Astrophysicist at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian. He was previously a NASA Einstein Fellow at Yale University, a Fellow at the European Southern Observatory (ESO), and an Astronomer at ESO's Very Large Telescope in Chile. His Doctoral Thesis work was conducted at the Space Telescope Science Institute (operations center of the Hubble Space Telescope), the Johns Hopkins University, and the Rochester Institute of Technology. He currently serves as the head of the Lynx X-ray Observatory Science Support Office at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, and supports Flight Operations for the Chandra X-ray Observatory as part of the High Resolution Camera Instrument Principal Investigator Team. As of 2022, Grant is a member of the NASA Astrophysics Advisory Committee, Chair of NASA’s PhysPAG Executive Committee, and Vice President of the American Astronomical Society.

Dr. Tremblay's research employs highly multiwavelength techniques, using data from the world's most powerful ground- and space-based observatories to better understand star formation amid energetic feedback from supermassive black holes. His portfolio consists of more than ninety refereed publications and over $2.1M in NASA funding ($630,000 as P.I.). He is also heavily involved in the development of future space missions, including instrumentation for a notional Europa Lander as well as Lynx, a NASA-funded Large Mission Concept study now under consideration by the 2020 Decadal Survey in Astronomy & Astrophysics.

Dr. Tremblay is the author of two books for the general public. The first, Light from the Void: Twenty Years of Discovery with NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, celebrates Chandra's two decades of discovery and was published by Smithsonian Books in 2019. The second, What do Black Holes Eat for Dinner?, is a children's book published by Tumblehome Learning in 2020. Dr. Tremblay is also a regular main cast member on the Discovery and Science Channel's award-winning documentary series How the Universe Works and Space's Deepest Secrets, as well as forthcoming projects from the Smithsonian Channel, the BBC, and PBS/NOVA.

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