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Event Reminder: Museyon Storms Brooklyn’s WORD Tomorrow

Just making sure you’ve put it down in your itinerary and updated your iCal—tomorrow we are bringing our world of curated guides to your obsessions to our favorite bookstore on the planet (and from travelers like us that means something), Greenpoint’s own WORD. It’s “Russia Night” over at WORD and we’re packing a big bag of goodies to make the ... Read More »

Location Violation: Man Takes A Dangerous Dive Into The Trevi Fountain

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  Not only is Rome’s Trevi Fountain the most famous “water effect” in the whole world, a genuine national treasure, and the catch basin for over €3,000 in coins thrown by thousands of well wishers every day, but it’s also one of the city’s best-known film locations. Indeed, the scene when Anita Ekberg wades into the fountain in Fellini’s “La ... Read More »

Life On London’s Docks: “The Rime of the Modern Mariner”

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  For eons, Britain has lived and died by the sea. Cut off from mainland Europe by the English channel and from the West by the Atlantic Ocean, the sea has been both a treasure trove for the Brits, supplying them with food, trade roots, and, more recently, oil, while providing them with a strategic moat that defended them from ... Read More »

Woody Allen Returns to Europe For “Tall Dark Stranger” and Paris Project

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  Long the king of Manhattan-based comedy movies, Woody Allen returned to his native island for last year’s “Whatever Works” after a five-film, five-year stand shooting films in England and Spain. Alas few of the New Yorkers who usually turn out for the Brooklyn-born director’s real-estate-porn and upper-class-ennui smirkfests bought tickets to the critically panned “Whatever Works”, leaving it with ... Read More »

Congrats Istanbul: Culture Capital

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When Istanbul was announced as the 2010 European Capital of Culture, we were excited, but we weren’t exactly surprised. After all, we included the city in two of our guides–Film+Travel Europe and Music+Travel Worldwide.   There’s a reason the city is so full of culture–spanning the Bosphorus, it has one foot in Europe and the other firmly rooted in Asia. ... Read More »

Movies in Malta

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It’s a tiny island off the coast of Italy, but the Malta has had its fair share of starring roles in blockbusters with big-name stars like Brad Pitt and Madonna. The capital city of Valletta, with its pristine ancient and medieval architecture has been transformed into ancient Greece and Rome in flicks like ‘Troy‘, ‘Gladiator‘ and ‘Alexander‘.   If you ... Read More »

Almodovar’s ‘Broken Embraces’

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‘Broken Embraces‘, the latest from Pedro Almodovar, reunites the director with his muse, Penelope Cruz. The critically acclaimed film is currently playing in New York and opens in LA on Dec. 11–and this is one movie that we can’t wait to see. To celebrate ‘Broken Embraces’ we’re taking a look back at our coverage of the director. From artists paying ... Read More »

Back to Berlin

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While the world celebrates the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall let’s take a look at the Wall on film.     Read More »

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