Only a few months after the Oscar-winning success and world premiere as a film-concert, Bulgarian viewers will be able to enjoy the La La Land musical on a big screen and accompanied by a symphony orchestra.
December 7 is going to be a special day for great music because then Hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture will become the legendary Hollywood Bowl, which on May 26 gathered the greatest enthusiasts and connoisseurs of the cult band for the premiere of the film – a concert. The event continues on a spectacular tour in the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Italy, France, Switzerland, Turkey and Bulgaria. It is colorful, expansive and extremely fascinating.
The big screen behind the orchestra shows the movie, and when the orchestra begins to play, the music pours out the viewers in such a natural, fun and never distracting way.
“La La Land” tells the story of Mia (Emma Stone) – a starter actress, and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) – a dedicated jazz pianist who struggles to make ends meet in a city famous for hurting hopes and destroying naive hearts. The action takes place in modern Los Angeles, where everyday life is joy and pain from the pursuit of dreams. But while success is near, love is getting harder.
The success of the tape really exceeded all expectations. La La Land was the great winner of the 89th Oscar Award ceremony at the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and received six statuettes. She has become the great winner of this year’s Golden Globe Awards ceremony. The musical improved the record for the most golden globes – seven. The awards for a major male and female role in a comedy or musical category went to the stars of the movie – Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
The film won and called for the best film in comedy or musical category, best director, script and song, and in practice received the awards in all categories in which he was nominated.
The La La Land musical also won BAFTA’s British cinema prizes, winning the best film statue, Shazel – best director, and Emma Stone – best actress. The musical also received the music awards of composer Justin Gurvits and cinematography.