Two months ago, the HBO series, Girls, debuted to widespread critical acclaim, and just days later, Alex Karpovsky, who has a recurring supporting role on the show, premiered his fourth directorial effort, the thriller Rubberneck, at the Tribeca Film Festival. This weekend, as the season one finale of Girls approaches, Karpovsky will premiere his fifth feature film, Red Flag, at the LA Film Fest in the Narrative Competition section. A comedy, Red Flag chronicles the misadventures of an indie filmmaker (Karpovsky) who, after breaking up with his girlfriend, embarks on a screening tour through the South. Karpovsky shot the film around an actual 2011 tour of his second film, 2008’s Woodpecker, a fiction/nonfiction hybrid about Arkansas birdwatchers. (via Alex Karpovsky 2012 LA Film Fest Interview | Under The Radar)

Two months ago, the HBO series, Girls, debuted to widespread critical acclaim, and just days later, Alex Karpovsky, who has a recurring supporting role on the show, premiered his fourth directorial effort, the thriller Rubberneck, at the Tribeca Film Festival. This weekend, as the season one finale of Girls approaches, Karpovsky will premiere his fifth feature film, Red Flag, at the LA Film Fest in the Narrative Competition section. A comedy, Red Flag chronicles the misadventures of an indie filmmaker (Karpovsky) who, after breaking up with his girlfriend, embarks on a screening tour through the South. Karpovsky shot the film around an actual 2011 tour of his second film, 2008’s Woodpecker, a fiction/nonfiction hybrid about Arkansas birdwatchers. (via Alex Karpovsky 2012 LA Film Fest Interview | Under The Radar)

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