FRONTRUNNER Meets Filmmaker Eliza Hittman

When a story like Eliza Hittman’s Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always hits us, it hits us hard. The film is starting conversations that were hesitantly addressed, before. Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always is Hittman’s third feature film, telling the intimate story of a teenage girl who is forced to travel from rural Pennsylvania to New York City to access a right that is otherwise denied at home: an abortion without parental consent. Hittman invites the audience on a rollercoaster of female vulner...

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