Celia Rowlson-Hall: Arrowed The offbeat New York choreographer and director—known for her work on Lena Dunham’s Girls and music videos with Jena Malone , Asgeir and Chromeo —tells us about how she broke into film, and explains her experimental new dance piece, an intense head-to-head performance between Shamel Pitts and Bobbi Jene Smith, inspired by the latter’s ongoing project, Arrowed . “What attracts me to this piece is how all the questions and answers are multilayered, and how you can lie and tell the truth at the same time. Dance is a huge influence as I construct a film
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