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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 »

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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 »

Pop Quiz

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Q: Which film was released to coincide with a national tourism campaign? Answer after the jump… Read More »

Museyon on Amazon!

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The wait is over — well, almost. Museyon Guides are now available on Amazon.com. You’ll have to wait ’til June for Film + Travel, but head to Amazon to pre-order your copy today. Bonus? Visit the site and get a sneak peek at Museyon’s upcoming lineup: Music + Travel, Art + Travel and Volunteerism + Travel. Read More »

Almodóvar, Again

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We recently blogged about one of Museyon’s favorite directors, Pedro Almodóvar. And now, with Cannes right around the corner, the Spanish director’s style — bad ’80s hair and all — takes center stage in the most recent issue of TMagazine. The New York Times‘ style magazine showcases some of his film festival faves; pick up the Museyon Guide to Film + Travel ... 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 »

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