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(Way) Behind the Scenes

People have been buzzing about the the latest Spike Jonze project for a while now — and for a lot of good reasons. Not only is the cultishly popular director remaking Maurice Sendak‘s beloved children’s book, ‘Where the Wild Things Are,‘ with writer and McSweeney’s founder Dave Eggers, there’s also been a nice batch of studio drama for some added intrigue. Long story ... Read More »

San Fran Hitchcock Style

“San Francisco would be a good location for a murder mystery,” said Alfred Hitchcock as he observed the Golden Gate Bridge on his first trip to San Francisco, the city that stars in some of his best known films. And here at Museyon, we love San Francisco just as much as we love Hitchcock. Need proof? In our guide to ... Read More »

New York International Latino Film Festival

It’s a great week for film in New York City — the 10th annual New York International Latino Film Festival. Presented by HBO, the festival runs from today, July 27, through Sunday, August 2. With outdoor screenings, premieres, music showcases and more, we’re super-excited for the festival, hosted by SVA (on W. 23rd Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues) and ... Read More »

On Stands Today!

Hey Museyoners! Time to stop by the local newsstand and pick up a copy of the latest issue of Travel + Leisure, which hits stands today. The annual “World’s Best Awards” issue features Film + Travel on page 38. Writer Darrell Hartman looks at five film “faux locations.” See which ones you can spot. Read More »

Harry’s Happy Birthday

We couldn’t let July 23 pass without a happy birthday to one Mr. Daniel Radcliffe. As the ‘Harry Potter’ star turns 20, he’s got plenty to celebrate. In just one week, his latest flick, ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’ has already raked in almost  $200 million domestically in just over a week, worldwide, the total is over $420 million. ... Read More »

Freudian Flicks

The folks over at the IFC have noticed there are a lot of shrinks on the big screen today. In fact, this year’s Sundance Film Festival played host to not one, but two, movies about therapists in turmoil. One of them, Jonas Spate’s ‘Shrink‘ hits theaters in New York and LA this week. It’s the story of a burnt-out Hollywood ... Read More »

Cars of the Stars

Earlier this week we talked about ‘Mad Max’ and its four-wheeled star, The Interceptor. Well, car fanatics can get up close and personal with the real-life car, and many others, at the Cars of the Stars motor museum. Just rev your engine and head to Keswick, England. The museum boasts about 50 cars in its collection, running from Chitty Chitty ... Read More »

Eisenstein’s Mexican Side

A Soviet director travels to Mexico to make a film, and in the process becomes an artist. That’s the story of cinematic pioneer Sergei Eisenstein, best known as the godfather of the montage. And earlier this year, two Antwerp museums — Extra City and MuHKA — paid homage to the director’s Mexican Drawings, uncovering never-before-seen work in the process. magazine sat down with the ... Read More »

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