Nominated for Nothing: 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always' was never an Oscar movie, always something better
Nominated for Nothing: Never Rarely Sometimes Always was never an Oscar movie, always something better
Eliza Hittman’s abortion drama won hearts at Sundance and racked up Independent Spirit nods, but proved too quiet for the Academy.
Four Oscar-contending filmmakers on how their indies took over awards season
EW's Indie Filmmakers Awardist panel gathers some of the year's most acclaimed writer-directors.
How a Never Rarely Sometimes Always scene made the title’s four words unforgettable
Writer-director Eliza Hittman breaks down the scene that gives her intimate, moving drama its name.
Ma Rainey, Nomadland score big Film Independent Spirit Award nominations
Minari, Miss Juneteenth, Promising Young Woman also land major nods.
Chadwick Boseman lands 2020 Gotham Awards nomination, First Cow leads
Women directed all of the Best Feature nominees at the Oscars precursor.
How abortion drama Never Rarely Sometimes Always was a response to Trump's election
EW talks to director Eliza Hittman about her Sundance sensation, from its political urgency to the emotional, timeless human story at its center.