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Director and photographer Jacob Krupnick was waiting for a spark to ignite a major creative project, and it came when he was listening to All Day, the 2010 album by mashup maestro Girl Talk. Krupnick’s debut feature, Girl Walk // All Day brilliantly utilizes the entirety of the album, using it as both soundtrack and inspiration for an epic, feature-length music video, the story of a young dancer (Anne Marsen) who escapes for the day to New York City, turning the great metropolis into one big, ever-moving stage. Along the way, she regularly crosses paths with both The Creep (John Doyle), a weirdo in skeleton sweats, and his courteous counterpart, The Gentleman (Dai Omiya).

Since premiering in Brooklyn almost a year ago, Girl Walk //All Day has had screenings all over the country (as well as internationally) that have become legendary for becoming mass dance parties, as the entire audience gets »

- Nick Dawson

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