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Watch: Greta Gerwig Boogie Down With Arcade Fire At The YouTube Music Awards

By James Hiler | Indiewire November 4, 2013 at 11:48AM

The opening number to the first ever YouTube Music awards featured transmedia enthusiast Arcade Fire.
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The opening number to the last night's first ever YouTube Music Awards featured transmedia enthusiast Arcade Fire's "Afterlife."  Directed by frequent collaborator Spike Jonze, the live video features a dancing Greta Gerwig as she bounds through a snowy forest and is eventually joined by a merry band of children. Gerwig's enthusiastic dance moves seem to be a continuation of her dancing in "Frances Ha."

Spike Jonze went on to co-direct that night Avicii's "Hey Brother" / "You Make Me" / "Wake Me Up" which has gotten mixed reactions in the comment section of the YouTube page. 

Watch Greta Gerwig boogie down in the video below!


This article is related to: Arcade Fire, Jason Schwartzman, Spike Jonze, YouTube, Awards, Awards, Greta Gerwig





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