Boston-area filmmaker Alex Karpovsky’s debut feature “The Hole Story,” which I really, really like, will play at the Harvard Film Archive at 7pm this Friday, March 31. To find out more about the movie, or to watch the trailer, visit the official website. My review of “The Hole Story” is here. Critic Chuck Tryon’s review is here. The address is the Harvard Film Archive, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 24 Quincy Street, in Cambridge, Mass. Admission is $8 ($6 for students and senior citizens). Karpovsky will be in attendance.
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