MFF 2013’s coming-of-age drama IT FELT LIKE LOVE (originally scheduled for 3/3 but canceled due to snow) has been rescheduled for Monday, March 31st at the MICA Brown Center with special guest filmmaker Eliza Hittman!
IT FELT LIKE LOVE premiered within Sundance 2013 and went on to screen within dozens of festivals, including the prestigious International Film Festival Rotterdam and Viennale. Read The New York Times‘ 3/21/14 article on IT FELT LIKE LOVE and interview with Eliza Hittman here.
“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.”
IT FELT LIKE LOVE
Monday, March 31st, 7:00pm
MICA Brown Center
1301 West Mt. Royal Avenue
$10/Free for Friends of the Festival and MICA students and staff
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