La La Land Image Fix
Moonlight's director Barry Jenkins handled the mix-up with aplomb, giving a nod to La La Land's cast and expressing joy at the result. "The folks from La La Land were so gracious I can't image being in their position and having to do that," said Jenkins backstage.
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We had a meeting that was supposed to be an hour, and it became a longer, very inspiring meeting. I didn't know anything about the music beforehand. I had read the script, but then he played the music for me, and it really emotionally touched me. Damien was instantly making me inspired with his enthusiasm and clear vision. What we had in common was the love for the craft of filmmaking and for the heritage of old things. We both have an old-school mindset. Both of us felt that celluloid film was the obvious choice of format to capture the richest possible image.
The shot starts in the sky, tilts down and we travel along cars by backing up the Biscuit Jr. and Crane rig. Then we end up on this girl that comes out of the car and starts singing. We then drive the rig forward with the camera hanging between cars two rows away from the rig, leading the cast between the cars until we whip pan left 180 deg. In that pan, we cut. Then, it's one sequence on the Crane all the way around that car with the girls coming out, and then back over the convertible, and then this person doing a flip. We track in on the guy who then takes us across. Biscuit Jr. backs up and then drives forward, while crane moves, arms left. It is all one long take up until after when everyone is dancing behind the van, when the camera pans left and lands on the girl that we started on, laying on the car. In that cut, we cut to a Steadicam, which takes us between the cars and ends up turning around and backing up on a crane that we were hiding in the shot behind a van. When you look down towards the van, the crane is behind it hiding and as soon as the camera turns around to look at the parkour guy, he backs up and this crane comes pushed in by the grips. He gets up on this crane and the crane goes up in the air. Then, up in the air is a title card, and in the title card we actually have the hidden cuts. The crane goes down and finds Ryan and Emma, and then it's a cut to the mirror shot when she sees Ryan.
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La La Land was released in the United Kingdom on January 12, 2017. The film was released in the Netherlands on December 22, 2016, and in Australia on December 26, with the rest of the territories planned for a release from mid-January 2017.
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