It's funny how projects come together. Often they aren't imagined, or systematically drawn out, but emerge out of some sort of cosmic synergy that makes you think about the role of fate and destiny in the modern world. Or, perhaps, it's just chance.
We constantly hear stories about how projects came together, how chance meetings result in miraculous occurrences. Such was the case with Ghost Line, an experimental dance-film birthed out of a somewhat random encounter between Cori Olinghouse, a dancer and choreographer, and Shona Masarin, a filmmaker specializing in 8- and 16-mm ambiance. Cori and Shonna have been previewing the project for backers and fans through a series of dress rehearsals where they have been working out the performance in real time so that it's perfected for the film. We recently met up with them at a rehearsal space in Manhattan, where they were tinkering on Ghost Line and perfecting their collaboration. You can check it out in our video, above.
Want to see Ghost Line in action? Well, if you are in NYC, you are in luck, as you can take in a showing at Roulette Monday July 30th.