Chauncey here…Social Media guru at Dance Parade beckoning you make plans to attend this event!
This is a film you do NOT want to miss! We attended a screening of Girl Walk/All Day last year in Brooklyn and were so moved by the experience we have become a complete disciple to ensure the film’s success and its audience as widespread as possible. It is such a modern day masterpiece of cinema where music, dance, cinematography and creativity are slammed together to create a slice of media heaven! The entire film is one super long form video set to a soundtrack by DJ Girl Talk, a blend of pretty much every pop song remixed into a huge aural onslaught to match the visuals. Another factor involved in our admiration is that Dance Parade has almost ten minutes of screen time! Jacob Krupnick, the director, contacted Dance Parade shortly before the parade last year and asked if he could film some of his film during the parade down Broadway in May. Dance Parade said yes and the scenes are out of this world fantastic! This Sunday, there is not only a screening of the film in St. Paul’s Chapel, another location where scenes were filmed, but also a dance class by one of the stars, John Doyle aka “The Creep”.
Girl Walk // All Day at St. Paul’s Chapel: Presented by Trinity Wall Street
Sunday, January 29th
At the corner of Broadway + Fulton, New York, NY
7:00 p.m. Dance class with John Doyle, aka “The Creep”
If planning to attend the dance class, please arrive by 6:45 p.m. Wear loose clothing + bring your own water.
8:00 p.m. Film screening
Dancing in the church to follow!
FREE + Open to the public // ALL AGES
Complimentary drinks + snacks
Here’s a taste of the film!
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Did you know?
Trinity Church and its cemetery were featured in the film. St. Paul’s is the Episcopal Parish of Trinity Church, and the oldest public building in Manhattan in continuous use. This is an incredibly special screening for us at Girl Walk because of how much of our film was shot in Lower Manhattan, within the 10 block radius of this church. We’re also elated to share our project and dance in a venue that is emblematic of the kinds of public spaces that invite the vibrant interaction of community our film supports.