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Cinema Chat: Writer/Director Debby Wolfe

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 »

Where oh where? On wowOwow!

It’s a very happy Friday here at Museyon HQ. Why’s that? The lovely ladies at Women on the Web are talkin’ Film + Travel! The site is run by some of the coolest women in media — think Whoopi Goldberg, Candice Bergen, Lily Tomlin, Lesley Stahl and Liz Smith — and today it features a photo essay of locations from our Film ... Read More »

‘G-Force’ Raw

Earlier today we wondered about the future of 3-D films. Well, thanks to a Twitter tip from a New York-based comedy troupe with a too-sophomoric-to-repeat name, we now have unique insight into how 3-D gets done. Without further ado: G-Force: Behind the Scenes.  Read More »

Get ‘In the Loop’

We’ve been jonesing for a great new movie, and the early buzz on ‘In the Loop,’ definitely piqued our attention. Then we saw on the (totally awesome) IFC blog that The New York Times’ A.O. Scott  called the film, “genius” and we immediately pushed the film to the top of our shortlist. A fast-paced satire skewering modern Anglo-American political relations, ‘In the ... Read More »

3-D, The Way to Be?

A friend of ours recently vowed that he’s done with 2-D movies — at least in the theater. That doesn’t mean he’ll be hard up for choice, though, this year alone 15 3-D films hit the box office. It makes us wonder … Have 3-D movies made the old-fashion kind obsolete? How does 3-D hold up at the home theater? Is ... Read More »

Philadelphia on Philm

Some directors are synonymous with a certain city — in Film + Travel, our guides show you Woody Allen’s Manhattan and Pedro Almodóvar’s Madrid, plus the Alfred Hitchcock double whammy of London and San Francisco. Another director known for his ties to a town is M. Night Shyamalan. His city? Philadelphia.  Shyamalan was born in India and raised just outside ... Read More »

Complaint Dept.: Remake Fatigue

All morning at Museyon HQ, we’ve been bemoaning the number of remakes at the movie theaters recently: a new ‘Fame’ film hits theaters in September, Zac Efron is taking over for John Travolta in ‘Saturday Night Fever,’ and a new ‘Nightmare on Elm Street,’ is headed to theaters in 2010. Not to mention the recent wave of blockbusters based on ... Read More »

Comic-Con Undercover

Couldn’t make it to Comic-Con this year? Bummer. Didn’t have the guts to brave armies of crazed Twihards? We don’t blame you. Here at Museyon, we were willing to sacrifice one of our own –our founding editor-in-chief, Ms. Anne Ishii. Not only was she able to make the trip (no, that’s not her in the photo), but she lived to ... Read More »

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