MFF 2013’s coming-of-age drama IT FELT LIKE LOVE returns to Baltimore on Monday, March 3rd with special guest filmmaker Eliza Hittman!
One of the freshest independent films of the last year, IT FELT LIKE LOVE premiered within Sundance 2013, went on to screen within dozens of festivals including the prestigious International Film Festival Rotterdam and Viennale, and won a Special Jury Award at the Sarasota Film Festival.
“I have always been fascinated with the portrayal of coming-of-age themes in film, but I felt the American films are so conservative and I wanted to challenge the tropes used in the indie sphere…My goal before I wrote anything was to make an anti-coming-of-age story. I wanted to explore taboos around female adolescent sexuality and identity. I wanted to make a film about that vulnerable encounter or confrontation.” –Eliza Hittman
“I didn’t want the movie to end.”
-Richard Brody, The New Yorker
MFF presents IT FELT LIKE LOVE
with director Eliza Hittman
Monday, March 3rd
MICA Brown Center’s Falvey Hall
1301 West Mt. Royal Avenue
Tickets $10/Free for Friends of the Festival and MICA students and staff
Click here for event information.