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This Just In: Nightly Noir

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Mark you calendars, because we just got exciting news from Museyon Guide Tom Beer, your guide to Film + Travel in the UK. If you love British film as much as we do, head to New York’s Film Forum for “Brit Noir” series, four weeks of intrigue, crime and drama from August 7 through September 3. The program features more than ... Read More »

Pop Quiz: Outerspace Edition

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Q: This location may have played “a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away,” but it’s actually a salt lake, one that dries up almost completely during the annual dry season. It starred in a massively famous film — can you recognize this all-time classic? Bonus points if you can locate, where on earth you’ll find this very ... Read More »

Road Rules

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In Museyon’s guide to North and South America, Meakin Armstrong takes you on a tour of the American South. Frankly, we don’t think there’s a better way to explore the good ol’ US of A than an old-fashioned road trip. If you follow Armstrong’s trail from Atlanta, Georgia, to Natchitoches, Louisiana, you’re going to have to pack wisely. And that’s ... Read More »

On Screen & On Location

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At Museyon, we love to go On Location, which is why we’re loving this story in the New York Times. The Grey Lady’s Globespotters Blog reports that through August 23, the Cinema au clair de lune festival will screen 13 Paris films in the location they were filmed. That means you can  see classically French films in classically Parisian locales, ... Read More »

wowOwow: the sequel

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Last week the fabulous females at Women on the Web featured Museyon’s Film + Travel guide to Europe. Today they’re at it again, this time featuring our guide to Asia, Africa and Oceania. Check out their most excellent slideshow includes a scene from the classic flick ‘Out of Africa.’ Then find out which North African nation‘s architecture and terrain make it ... Read More »

Stalking Shark Week

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It’s that time of year again — Shark Week — arguably the most exciting annual event on television that doesn’t involve sports or singing competitions. Sharks on the big screen have always captivated audiences. The most famous of the shark-slasher flicks is, without a doubt, Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jaws’. And even 30 years later, that soundtrack is synonymous with a shark ... Read More »

Rhode Trip

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This week we’re headed on a Rhode trip — to Providence, Rhode Island, to be exact. From August 4 through 9, The Rhode Island International Film Festival, the only Academy Award-qualifying film festival in New England, takes over town. Keep an eye out — you might see our logo around. Now in its 13th year, the festival features hundreds of films, ... Read More »

Cinema Chat: Writer/Director Debby Wolfe

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Last night, award-winning filmmaker Debby Wolfe made the world premiere her new film of  ’Gordita‘ at the New York International Latino Film Festival. Set in East LA, the 10-minute short tells the story of Tatiana, a young Salvadorian woman with a serious case of low self esteem — until a chance discovery leads her to reclaim her confidence. Between screenings, ... Read More »

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