A Day in California

Opinions are famously mixed on Southern California. It has never been Woody Allen’s kind of place. In Annie Hall, he quipped “I mean, who would want to live in a place where the only cultural advantage is that you can turn right on a red light.” But this is coming from a guy who prefers fog and overcast skies to sunny days at the beach, someone who doesn’t quite connect with what has drawn 25 million people to the region. Ryan Killackey’s short film, “A Day in California,” will speak to those residents, or anyone who dreams of the Southern California life. He worked on the project for a year and a half, and it combines 10,000 images into a seamless whole. Learn more about the project or watch the film here.

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