Girl Walk: 77-minute dance-film accompanies Girl Talk's All Day

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10 Responses to “Girl Walk: 77-minute dance-film accompanies Girl Talk's All Day

  1. phlavor says:

    Watched this at Roxie Theater as it closed down SF Idie Film Fest. It is awesome. Great Q&A with the director afterword.

  2. millie fink says:

    I’ve watched half so far and I’m hooked. Excellent, both music and dance!

    Thank you, Cory, this is indeed a wonderful thing.

  3. I fell in love with that song/track/album/whatever almost two years ago, and have already burned out on it twice. Largely because it’s the single best workplace music there is; I have yet to come across somebody that didn’t like it, grudgingly or otherwise.

  4. seyo says:

    It gets old reeeeeal fast.

    • To be contrary, I loved it. The actress was so charming, likeable, and talented. And just like The Life of Bryan says below, I’ve been blowing up the Girl Talk albums at work. They’re incredibly motivating and happiness-inducing. I was ecstatic to see a video treatment that loves this music as much as I do.

  5. Andrew Ferguson says:

    The fact that I can’t buy a digital or dvd copy of this is aggravating.

    • Youngna Park says:

      Hi Andrew,
      We’re looking to make the film available as a full-length download or purchasable DVD, but have some legal hurdles to overcome first due to the nature of the soundtrack (the 372 sampled tracks in the soundtrack are uncleared by Girl Talk). This means we can’t distribute or sell it at the moment, aside from how we’ve released it in chapters. If you sign up for our mailing list (at the bottom of girlwalkallday.com) then we’ll let you know when and if it becomes available as a single, full release — until then, chapter by chapter is what we can offer. 

      thanks,
      Youngna Park, Producer, Girl Walk // All Day

  6. Tim Donovan says:

    I wanted so badly to like this–I love Girl Talk, Kickstarter, mashups, music videos, and popping is probably my favorite style of dance–I figured this to be my wheelhouse. But the main actress is so obnoxious, so terrible as an actress and mediocre as a dancer, so fake in her expressions and body language, I couldn’t make it through more than ten minutes before quitting. Very disappointing. 

  7. Ian Dahlberg says:

    Would have loved it if they did it in one take a la “Russian Ark”

  8. Gordon Stark says:

    This is the happiest movie I have seen in my current lifetime.

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