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Neat Video Makes Us Fall In Love With Los Angeles All Over Again
While we've seen many videos that serve as a love letter to Los Angeles, this particular one caught our attention. In "A Day In: Los Angeles," we get to explore different Los Angeles landmarks from the beach to downtown L.A. in a unique way, as if we're in the driver's seat on a ride through the city.
The shots are quick, fleeting, and dizzying at times, but all edited together pretty smoothly as little vignettes. The short film's creators, recent USC grads Andrew Schneider and Cody Autterson, filmed all the locations in one day. You'll spot some familiar landmarks like Chinatown's red lanterns, Griffith Observatory's "To Telescope" sign and LACMA's street lamps installation.
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It's set to open by mid-to-late February.
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