Tribeca Film and Film Society of Lincoln Center are proud to present the two latest films from multi-hyphenate Alex Karpovsky—“Rubberneck” and “Red Flag”—in a double theatrical run beginning this Friday.
New York audiences will be treated to a unique theatrical experience starting Friday, February 22, at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. In celebration of the talented actor-writer-director Alex Karpovsky, Tribeca Film and the renowned art house theater are thrilled to present a double feature consisting of the budding auteur’s newest films— Red Flag and Rubberneck. Karpovsky will also be in attendance for opening weekend Q & As on both Friday and Sautrday nights.
Both Rubberneck and Red Flag explore relationships and the ways we connect with one another, albeit in two very different ways. Filmed on-location in Boston, Rubberneck, which celebrated its world premiere at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, is a terrifyingly believable psychosexual thriller centered around an office romance gone horribly awry.
Red Flag, which made its world debut at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival, is a laugh-out-loud comedy starring Karpovsky as a newly single filmmaker who embarks on a publicity tour for his latest movie with an old friend in tow. The two suffer various mishaps and embark on hilarious adventures, naturally.
Starting tomorrow, New Yorkers can enjoy the Karpovsky double feature of Rubberneckand Red Flag at Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. Alex Karpovsky will be in person at the 7PM (Red Flag) and 9PM (Rubberneck) showings this Friday, February 22. On Saturday, February 23, Karprosvky will be in attendance at the 8PM (Rubberneck) and the 10PM (Red Flag) screenings.