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Inside Iran

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To American eyes, Iran is a country full of contradiction. A country that, outside of news headlines, remains shrouded in mystery. In Museyon Guide’s Film + Travel, Mikael Awake uncovers the rich cinematic history of Iran.   That history is not without controversy, and filmmakers have to fight to get their work shown. Director Tahmineh Milani faced the death penalty ... Read More »

Musey-what!?

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So besides being the latest, greatest guidebook series, what does Museyon actually mean? The Museion (also known as the Musaeum or the Mouseion at Alexandria ), built in ancient Egypt, was an institute founded to expand our knowledge and dedication to the Muses, the sister goddesses of art, poetry, literature, philosophy and music. It’s known as a source for inspiration, ... Read More »

Meet Museyon: Alvaro Ceppi

Each Museyon Guide is filled with insider info from experts around the world. Meet Alvaro Ceppi, your guide to film in Chile. Alvaro Ceppi is a filmmaker who has directed more than 40 music videos for various Chilean acts. In 2002, along with three partners, he formed Sólo por las Niñas Audiovisual (Only for the Girls AV), an animation and live-action ... Read More »

Film + Travel Sneak Peek

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Just 2 more months until Museyon Guides Film + Travel hits bookstores. If you can’t wait until June, (and we can’t blame you) here’s a sneak peek! Just click the thumbnails for a closer look. Everyone knows that Los Angeles and New York are where movies get made. But what North American City comes in a close third? Look to ... Read More »

Museyon. Coming in June to Bookstores Near You

Hey, blogs are fun but you want our book. Yes you do (just keep staring into this blog… that’s right… you’re getting sleepy…). Museyon: Film + Travel comes in three volumes and covers the whole world. The trilogy drops June 5, 2009. Just in time to plan your summer film pilgrimage to Europe, Asia, Africa … or maybe just around ... Read More »

Introducing Museyon: Film + Travel

English words for lazy travelers, and conversely, for intrepid ones, are kinda scary. You ever wonder what other countries call “tourist traps”? How about this whole thing Americans have about “going off the beaten path,” and seeing the “real” (read: unknown) New York, Argentina, Montreal? And while we’re pretty much identical, Canadians are a whole other matter—they want to see ... Read More »

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