Eliza Hittman

filmmaker

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Filmmaker whose films include It Felt Like Love

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Director Eliaz Hattman did on-the-ground research for the film.

In ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always,’ Pennsylvania teen goes to New York to seek abortion

Director Eliaz Hattman did on-the-ground research for the film.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In “Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” first-time actress Sidney Flanigan plays Autumn, a 17 year old in a hollowed-out Pennsylvania town.

‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’ director on making her art house abortion drama

In “Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” first-time actress Sidney Flanigan plays Autumn, a 17 year old in a hollowed-out Pennsylvania town.

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Eliza Hittman makes movies about teenage sexual desire.

In 'Beach Rats,' a young man struggles with his sexuality in a rough part of Brooklyn

Eliza Hittman makes movies about teenage sexual desire.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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