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It Felt Like Love
Directed by
Eliza Hittman

USA / 2013 / 82

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Eliza Hittman
In this raw and haunting story, 14-year-old Lila longs for a relationship, as she tags along behind her seductive friend Chiara and her latest boyfriend. Innocent and vulnerable, Lila longs to have a sexual experience of her own and, in doing so, sets herself up for humiliation and heartbreak. Set in working-class Brooklyn, director Eliza Hittman, in her first feature film, deftly captures the emotions and the ambience and of her characters and the location.
Eliza Hittman is an award-winning filmmaker, born and based in New York City. She received an MFA from CalArts, School of Film / Video (2010). Her short films have screened at the Sundance Film Festival, Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage, BFI, BAMcinemaFEST and more. It Felt Like Love premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in NEXT <=> and the International Film Festival Rotterdam in the Tiger Competition in 2013. It was voted one of the Top Ten films at Sundance in Film Comment by Laura Kern. She was recently named one of Filmmaker Magazine's 25 New Faces of Indie Film.
Cast/Featuring: Gina Piersanti, Giovanna Salimeni, Ronen Rubinstein, Jesse Cordasco, Nicolas Rosen, Richie Folio, Kevin Anthony Ryan, Case Prime
Executive Producer(s): Tyler Brodie, Hunter Gray, Gill Holland
Producer(s): Eliza Hittman, Shrihari Sathe, Laura Wagner
Director(s): Eliza Hittman
Screenwriter(s): Eliza Hittman
Cinematographer(s): Sean Porter
Editor(s): Scott Cummings, Carlos Marques-Marcet
Production Designer(s): James Boxer
Sound Designer(s): Nathan Ruyle
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