Hotel Le Reve Pasadena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... been great and I got to learn a huge amount about the entertainment industry out here in LA in my class. Even if I don't work in the entertainment industry, I still feel like what I've learned out here is valuable. I've learned a ton about the industry that everyone in the world loves, but doesn't know a lot about. So having that inside scoop on how everything runs is pretty cool. I have one last week of internships at Abel and Steadicam and I'm hoping to make the best out ...
... a lot of his videos. On our way back from the bathroom, lone and behold, there he was. Standing at he Glidecam booth was Devin Graham. We were about to go up to him and say hey and that we enjoyed his work, but right before we did, a lady working at Glidecam came up to us and asked if she could help us. Now Ryan and I were both wearing Steadicam shirts and had exhibitor badges on, so you could imagine what this lady was thinking when two guys dressed in ...
... After seeing this film through the lens of the entertainment industry, I can see why they keep making them. And as long as they are entertaining and they embrace their outlandishness, I'm ok with that.
Sunday was Easter. This was my first Easter away from home, but it was just as great. We went to the early service of Grace Community Church because we had been asked the previous week to make room in the later service for people who ...
... for most colleges in the US, spring break), there were tons of people. We walked on the pier, which is free (bonus), and looked out into the Pacific. A few seals were chilling on a police boat parked next to the pier and we watched them for a while. Naturally, the conversation of "What would you do if zombies were coming this way?" was brought forth and we decided that the pier would be a good defensible position. We would have an escape boat ready, plus it's a universal fact ...
... ending though and they were all great examples of how documentary filmmaking can still move you just as much, if not more, than any other type of film.
Saturday, we went back to Hollywood Blvd and it was just as chaotic as before. People were getting ready for the Oscars. It's kind of like being in the town that hosts the Super bowl, tons of people, lots of security, strange people doing stuff for money. We walked around looking at the stars ...