How Damien Chazelle Shot the Musical Sequences of La La Land
After the amazing debut of writer/director Damien Chazelle‘s first feature “Whiplash” many industry insiders were waiting to see what the director would do next. Well, he came out with a bang with the musical postcard to Hollywood “La La Land.” The film has been nominated for a record 14 Oscars® and has won countless more awards from around the world.
Choreographer Mandy Moore did an extraordinary job putting together some of the most amazing musical numbers we’ve seen in decades on the screen. You can see how Moore put together these musical sequences in a group of exclusive behind the scenes videos below.
La La Land: “L.A. Party Seqeunce”
Writer/Director Damien Chazelle sent The Hollywood Reporter an exclusive behind-the-scenes video, this one breaking down how the production shot the nutty “LA Party Sequence.”
La La Land: Someone in the Crowd Sequence
Lionsgate provided IndieWire an exclusive behind the scenes glimpse of the production shooting the “Someone in the Crowd” sequence.
La La Land (2016 Movie) Official Behind-The-Scenes Featurette
La La Land (2016 Movie) Exclusive Cast Q&A
La La Land ‘The Look’ Featurette (2016)
Go Behind the Scenes of La La Land (2016)
THR Full Oscar Director’s Roundtable: Mel Gibson, Denzel Washington, Damien Chazelle
The Ending Of La La Land Explained
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