About a year ago, Celia Rowlson-Hall wow-ed the world with her short film The Audition. The film, fearless both in its one-shot technique and in Celia's incredibly committed performance, leads through hilarity to darkness and back again so truthfully that many of us stood up and said: Whoever this woman is, she is a genius ... The young dancer, filmmaker and choreographer, who has choreographed for MGMT and recently for Lena Dunham's "Girls," and whose own films have played SXSW, garnered thousands of online fans and been Vimeo Staff Picks, is now raising money for her feature film "MA." Similarly juggling fearlessness, darkness and Celia's goofy side, the film will be silent (!) and features a nun on a pilgrimage from NYC to Las Vegas to "give birth to our savior." As Celia writes on the Kickstarter page, "MA is about the end of the beginning. It’s about loneliness, and wanting to be more. Finally, it is about love: that of man, of nature, of god, of woman, and of possibility." Her Kickstarter is in its final hours of fundraising and offers an incredible opportunity to support a female artist who is pushing every boundary that exists. One reward even includes in-person dance instructions in your living room. Before I met Celia, I found her incredible resume intimidating, but in person, she is wonderfully down-to-earth, kind-hearted and curious: the kind of person who would really appreciate your help reaching her goal.