LA 2028 Celebrates 20 days to Lima with Stunning “Follow The Sun” Timelapse Film

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LOS ANGELES –  LA 2028 today released its latest film produced by acclaimed timelapse director and cinematographer Colin Rich, showcasing the stunning natural and architectural backdrops the City of Angels would offer the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The film marks 20 days to the International Olympic Committee’s IOC Session in Lima, Peru. The film takes viewers on an aerial tour of LA’s most iconic landmarks, including Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood sign, and the Santa Monica Pier.
LA 2028 Chairman Casey Wasserman said: “With 20 days remaining to the IOC Session in Lima, this breathtaking film shows why Angelenos love our beautiful city and are eager to share it with the world. I’ve always said that one of LA’s unsung heroes is its wealth of natural and architectural beauty. LA is ready to provide spectacular backdrops that will enhance the Games experience for athletes, fans and all other stakeholders of the Olympic and Paralympic Movements.”
LA 2028’s latest film underscores the bid committee’s commitment to tapping into LA’s creative community to inspire and engage the next generation. A LA native, Colin Rich’s timelapse films have received widespread acclaim and garnered millions of views across all platforms.

Director, cinematographer and LA native Colin Rich said: “There’s something indescribably beautiful about LA. The city is so diverse with architecture and people, and I don’t know any other city like it. It’s been an honor to work with LA 2028 to showcase the city’s unique palette of colors, and I can’t wait to share the city with the rest of the world in 2028.”

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