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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 »

The Obsessed

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Here at Museyon, we’re all about obsessions. We love people who take their interests seriously, so we can’t help but get excited when people take it the extra mile. That’s why we were so stoked to see (via 33 1/3) the Wu-Note project by designer Logan Walters. In an effort to make a more beautiful iTunes collection, he reworks the ... Read More »

Shop Museyon … Worldwide

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Outside the US but want to order Museyon? We’re teaming up with stores around the world to get our guides to you.  If you’re in Japan, check out Kinokuniya, where you can get our Film + Travel guides for ¥1,607. Read More »

Getting Artsy for Almodóvar

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It’s pretty obvious that we here at Museyon are big fans of Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar. So we were super excited to see (via Refinery29) that some very cool people from the fashion flock pay homage to the their friend Pedro in the latest issue of Hercules magazine. The mag’s coverboy is celebrated by the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford, Domenico Dolce ... Read More »

Film Festival Fashion

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    It’s Cannes time again, which means big films, A-list celebs and high fashion. Forget the Palme d’Or, New York magazine takes a look at Cannes’ real winners and losers with a no-holds-barred red carpet report. Read More »

Pop Quiz 2

Where can you find a recreation of two medieval villages and a palace that have been used over and over again in film? Hint: It’s not a Los Angeles back lot, but this production facility is the largest on its continent, and on par with its Hollywood counterparts. Answer after the jump. Read More »

Sci-Fi Style

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Film and fashion are closely connected, with directors and designers frequently turning to each other for inspiration. Just think of some of film’s most iconic looks: Annie Hall‘s quirky menswear, Audrey Hepburn’s pearls and Ray-Bans in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Dorothy’s ruby slippers. And then there’s the fashion frenzy surrounding every red carpet event. So we get help but get excited ... Read More »

Museyon on Music

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Listen up music buffs! Museyon’s big launch is less than a month away, but that’s not the only good news we’ve got coming your way. Museyon is proud to announce the Museyon Guide to Music + Travel: Touring the World Through Sounds and Scenes. Read More »

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