How Berlin Prize-Winner Eliza Hittman Delivered the Brilliant Abortion Drama ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’ — IndieWire

Brooklyn filmmaker Eliza Hittman found out the month before Sundance that her abortion drama “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” was also invited to the Berlinale Competition, where her film quickly topped the Screen critics’ jury grid, beating Christian Petzold’s popular “Undine,” and wound up taking home the Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize from the Competition jury,…

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