Damien Chazelle

filmmaker

Guest

Daniem Chazelle is a screenwriter and film director.

Damien Chazelle on KCRW

La La Land  tells the very Hollywood story of a romance between aspiring actress Mia, played by Emma Stone, and Ryan Gosling's Sebastian, a jazz musician who dreams of running his own…

Damien Chazelle and Justin Hurwitz: La La Land

La La Land tells the very Hollywood story of a romance between aspiring actress Mia, played by Emma Stone, and Ryan Gosling's Sebastian, a jazz musician who dreams of running his own…

from The Business

Actor Ryan Gosling and director Damien Chazelle join Elvis today to discuss keeping the musical La La Land uplifting.

Ryan Gosling & Damien Chazelle: La La Land

Actor Ryan Gosling and director Damien Chazelle join Elvis today to discuss keeping the musical La La Land uplifting.

from The Treatment

Writer/director Damien Chazelle and star J.K. Simmons on turning Whiplash from a Sundance short into an Oscar-nominated feature.

Damien Chazelle & J.K. Simmons: Whiplash

Writer/director Damien Chazelle and star J.K. Simmons on turning Whiplash from a Sundance short into an Oscar-nominated feature.

from The Treatment

More from KCRW

Actor Kenan Thompson on taking comedy very seriously.

from The Treatment

Joan Silber writes about life's strange surprises in her new book, “Secrets of Happiness."

from Bookworm

Today’s entire show looks deeply at the Boyle Heights neighborhood of LA.

from Greater LA

Writer Nida Manzoor wanted “We Are Lady Parts,” her series about an all-female Muslim punk band, to be funny.

from The Business

Earlier in his career, Hugh Grant played the charming lead in romantic comedies.

from The Business

WE RISE is an initiative from the LA County Department of Mental Health that features 21 art experiences focusing on connection.

from Greater LA

Biographer Brad Gooch reveals that he traveled 2500 miles to trace Rumi's footsteps, learned Persian and spent eight years to write “Rumi's Secret: The Life of the Sufi Poet of Love.”

from Bookworm

Usually the simplest part of reviewing a movie is designating its genre.

from Film Reviews

LA currently has zero lesbian bars. Since the closure of LA’s last remaining gay bar in 2017, the second-largest city in the U.S.

from Greater LA