There’s a lot involved with this one so we’ll let the release do the talking…
Best of Philly Best Movie Night winner, Cinema 16:9 is hosting a major public dance event inspired by the innovative feature film, Girl Walk // All Day on Saturday, April 14.
The evening will begin at 5:00PM with a free public dance/walk originating at the Lansdowne Train Station and will weave its way to the parking lot at the Historic Lansdowne Theater.
The director and producer of Girl Walk // All Day will be down from New York to meet fans of dance and film. The film will screen simultaneously in Cinema 16:9’s three theaters, The Fox, The Phoenix and The Lynx at 6PM, 8PM, & 10PM.
Between Showtimes, the public can take part in dance classes, watch local dance troupes perform, and meet the Director and Producer.
The night will close with Cinema 16:9 converting to an after hours dance club until 2AM, featuring two separate dance areas and DJs.
Tickets are $12 and are an all access pass that allows you to freely dance between theaters, watch the film, drop in on classes and discussions, and stay for the after hours dance.
About the film:
Girl Walk // All Day, the debut feature film from Brooklyn-based director Jacob Krupnick, is an exuberant 77-minute dance adventure shot entirely in the streets and public spaces of New York City. Dialogue free, the entire film is set to “All Day”, the most recent album by the mash-up DJ Girl Talk (aka Gregg Gillis), and follows three improvisational dancers – Anne Marsen (The Girl), Daisuke Omiya (The Gentleman) and John Doyle (The Creep) – as they embark on an urban adventure across NYC over the course of one long day.
Author: Eric Bresler
Eric is the Founder/Site Editor of Cinedelphia.com whose additional activities are numerous: Director/Curator of the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art (PhilaMOCA), founder of Tokyo No Records, the brain behind Video Pirates, and active local film programmer including the Unknown Japan screening series. He’s served as a TLA Video Manager, Philadelphia Film Society Managing Director, and Adjunct Professor in Cinema Studies at Drexel University. He is shy and modest. Email Eric.