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So Fresh, So Clean

Museyon.com has a brand new look! Big thanks to the amazing Take Yasui at Moon and Snow for sprucing up the site. It doesn’t stop here … this is only step one of Museyon’s mega makeover. Stay tuned for our official launch on June 24! Read More »

Party Time, Excellent

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Stop the Press!

Museyon’s big launch is only days away, and those in the know are already buzzing. See what the media has to say before Museyon’s guide to Film + Travel hits stores June 27… Hear our own editor-in-chief extraordinaire Anne Ishii chat with Rick Kleffel’s Agony Column Podcast about curating the travel guide. Plus, get a preview of Museyon’s upcoming titles. Then ... Read More »

Sydney Screenings

Hey Sydneysiders! It’s that time again … the 56th installment of the Sydney Film Festival is in full swing. Featuring a collection of shorts and features, the festival includes selections from Australia as well as 40 other countries. Need help deciding what to see? No worries, the festival breaks down films into categories like “Give Me a Kiss,” “Take Me ... Read More »

Hooray for … Nollywood?

In Museyon Guide’s Film+Travel discover Africa’s cinematic landscape — from the otherworldly deserts of Tunisia to the streets of Soweto in Johannesburg, South Africa. But what other African nation is home to a burgeoning film industry, one that’s bigger than Hollywood and second only to India’s Bollywood?   Find out after jump… Read More »

Inside Iran

To American eyes, Iran is a country full of contradiction. A country that, outside of news headlines, remains shrouded in mystery. In Museyon Guide’s Film + Travel, Mikael Awake uncovers the rich cinematic history of Iran.   That history is not without controversy, and filmmakers have to fight to get their work shown. Director Tahmineh Milani faced the death penalty ... Read More »

The Obsessed

Here at Museyon, we’re all about obsessions. We love people who take their interests seriously, so we can’t help but get excited when people take it the extra mile. That’s why we were so stoked to see (via 33 1/3) the Wu-Note project by designer Logan Walters. In an effort to make a more beautiful iTunes collection, he reworks the ... Read More »

Shop Museyon … Worldwide

Outside the US but want to order Museyon? We’re teaming up with stores around the world to get our guides to you.  If you’re in Japan, check out Kinokuniya, where you can get our Film + Travel guides for ¥1,607. Read More »

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