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Jaime Brackeen at Madison, Wisconsin’s “The Daily Cardinal,” reviewed Girl Walk after seeing it on the rooftop at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s Rooftop Cinema last Friday. 

“Girl Walk//All Day” is a delightful testimony to the power of community and how the sheer joy of one person’s countenance can bring a smile to hundreds of others. As the video progresses, more and more people find the enthusiasm of The Girl irresistible and various members of the city soon join her, from other professional dancers to that one guy who manages your parents’ finances.…
If you’re looking for a movie to lift your spirits with some good music to boot, Krupnick’s “Girl Walk//All Day” is a shining achievement of cinematic bliss and you can watch it in its entirety online at girlwalkallday.com.

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Jaime Brackeen at Madison, Wisconsin’s “The Daily Cardinal,” reviewed Girl Walk after seeing it on the rooftop at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s Rooftop Cinema last Friday. 

“Girl Walk//All Day” is a delightful testimony to the power of community and how the sheer joy of one person’s countenance can bring a smile to hundreds of others. As the video progresses, more and more people find the enthusiasm of The Girl irresistible and various members of the city soon join her, from other professional dancers to that one guy who manages your parents’ finances.

If you’re looking for a movie to lift your spirits with some good music to boot, Krupnick’s “Girl Walk//All Day” is a shining achievement of cinematic bliss and you can watch it in its entirety online at girlwalkallday.com.


Read the whole article here.

Triple Inspired by a Film: Girl Walk // All Day

Scott Berkun wrote a review of Girl Walk // All Day on his blog

The soundtrack for the film is a marvel in itself. Created by Gregg Gillis, it is comprised of a continuous remix of hundreds of famous songs from the last 20 years. Combined with the improvisational nature of the film, it’s a perfect mix of surprise and familiarity.

I was thrice inspired:

It begs the question: what can I do with $25k and 50 days? It should beg that question of anyone who daydreams about ‘what they could do if they got a chance’ while bored out of their minds at work – it proves how easily you can make your own opportunity. If you don’t invest in your own ideas, how can you expect someone else to?