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Extended Travel: Greenwich, London

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  One of the most popular filming locations in London is the UNESCO Heritage Site of Greenwich. Greenwich is a borough of London but really, it is a small town unto itself, located six miles up the River Thames.   Once the home of English royalty, Greenwich has a history that reaches back through Roman times to the pre-historic, with ... Read More »

News: Bill and Ted Return to San Dimas?

Movie Trailers – Movies Blog With sequels like Wall Street and Indiana Jones being made years after their previous installments, it seems that Keanu Reeves is interested in getting into the act with a Bill and Ted III. Reeves tells MTV News that he is still friends with Alex Winter (who played Bill S. Preston, Esq and the screenwriters of ... Read More »

The Inspiration of ‘Howl’

  As a radical youth, Ginsberg was famous in New York for being one of the founding leaders of the Beatnik generation but it wasn’t until his long-form, stream of consciousness poem ‘Howl’ was put to print that he became known all over America. Upon publication in a McCarthy era America, ‘Howl’ was deemed obscene and Ginsberg was put to ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to…San Sebastián International Film Festival

  You may recall that in our 2 Day guide to the northern Spanish city of San Sebastián, we warned against planning your trip during the yearly International Film Festival. Well, for all those looking to ingratiate themselves into the glamor of the Continental film world, here’s your guide to one of the most majestic festivals this side of the ... Read More »

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps + NYC

  In 1987, Oliver Stone made his now iconic film Wall Street which epitomized the greed culture of 80s New York City. Even today, the villain of the film, Gordon Gekko is both reviled and revered along with his much quoted line- “Greed, for lack of a better word, is good.”   Now, 23 years later and in a time ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to…BFI London Film Festival

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The program for the 54th BFI London Film Festival, launched today by Artistic Director Sandra Hebron, showcases an array of highly anticipated films by both established and emerging talent from around the world. Held over 16 days, the festival will screen a total of 197 features and 112 shorts, including 11 World, 23 International and 33 European premieres, many presented ... Read More »

Extended Travel: Rosslyn, Scotland

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  Ever since 2003 when Dan Brown published his international sensation The Da Vinci Code, fans and conspiracy theorist have been flocking to Rosslyn Chapel outside of Edinburgh, Scotland. The chapel plays a pivotal role in the book and the film starring Tom Hanks, which came out in 2006 and since then, tourism to the site has risen by 56% ... Read More »

News: An Extraordinary Ordinary Life

  Shot over the course of three years, on location in Sweden, Japan, Singapore, United States, South Africa, England, Chile and Argentina, using a combination of video diary, surveillance camera, concert and tour footage as well as animations, filmmakers Mikel Cee Karlsson and Fredrik Egerstrand have committed the life and struggles of one of Swedens most interesting artists José González ... Read More »

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