A story that follows a New York woman, who doesn't really have an apartment. She apprentices for a dance company although she's not really a dancer, and throws herself headlong into her dreams.
With Noah Baumbach's recent Oscar acclaim for Marriage Story, and Greta Gerwig's breathtaking Little Women, we wanted to bring light to this collaboration and comedic story. Never screened at the Nightlight and well overdue.
A film that both of its co-creators can be incredibly proud of, Baumbach's Frances Ha has aligned two of America's most promising independent talents and created perhaps one of the most endearing and affable efforts to have emerged over recent years.- Patrick Gamble, CineVue
A single girl trying to make it in Manhattan: Filmmaker Noah Baumbach isn’t exactly exploring new territory. But Frances Ha, his alternately beguiling and bruising comedy, makes you fall in love with the idea again. It’s impossible not to fall hard for Greta Gerwig, who wrote the script with Baumbach and plays Frances with such smart, rumpled radiance that you bask in her glow.” -Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.
Grab your tickets for the Nightlight Film Society’s screening’s of Frances Ha (2013) this weekend
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