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Starring: New York

Spring is in the air. And in New York that means one thing — the Tribeca Film Festival is back. From April 22 through May 3 take in more than 100 features and shorts at Robert De Niro’s famous festival. While the beautiful people descend on the city for the annual cinema extravaganza, the festival’s hottest ticket is sure to ... Read More »

Meet Museyon: Behind the Scenes

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Museyon wouldn’t be possible without the extraordinary contributions of some equally extraordinary people. Let’s say hello, shall we? The brains of the operation is Anne Ishii, our amazing editor-in-chief. Always in demand, you can also find Anne at Imprint Culture Lab and Giant Robot Magazine. Still not enough Anne? Read about her adventures on her hilarious blog, Ill Iterate. Hats off to Alene Jackson, ... 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 »

Introducing…

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Museyon Guides Our thirst for knowledge and interest in other places and peoples often takes us into uncharted territory. The Museion, built in ancient Alexandria, Egypt, was an institute founded to expand our knowledge and dedicated to the Muses the sister goddesses of art, poetry, literature, philosophy and music. The Museyon Guides were created as an expression of that same ... Read More »

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