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L.A. Tourism and Lionsgate co-host the post BAFTA Party

L.A. Tourism and Lionsgate guests
Following the continued success of the movie La La Land, Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (L.A. Tourism) collaborated with Lionsgate to sponsor their first ever after party at the UK's BAFTA Awards. Taking place on Sunday 12th February in London, the sponsorship further promotes the release of the movie and its biggest star: The city of Los Angeles. In attendance were trade guests including Air New Zealand and CheapFlights.  

Written and directed by Academy Award® nominee Damien Chazelle, the original musical La La Land tells the story of Mia (Emma Stone), an aspiring actress, and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), a dedicated jazz musician, who are pursuing their dreams in modern day Los Angeles. Featuring more than 40 locations in the City of Angels, “La La Land” has inspired L.A. Tourism to feature the film’s must-sees for visitors in a new guide available at

A rundown of the most iconic sites from the film:
• Griffith Park: A sparkling, painterly backdrop to Mia and Sebastian’s budding romance. Take a few hours to explore the 4,310 acre urban park by hiking, horseback riding or biking.
• Lighthouse Café: The Hermosa Beach landmark has been a legendary jazz showcase since 1949. In “La La Land,” the iconic music club, once host to Miles Davis and Chet Baker, is a hot date spot for the main characters and plays a pivotal role in Sebastian’s career path.
• Colorado Street Bridge: Proclaimed the highest concrete bridge in the world upon completion in 1913. With its majestic arches rising 150 feet into the sky, this now historic bridge has impressed travellers and locals from the day it opened, and is a romantic landmark in the modern Los Angeles area.

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