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MUBI [mōō'bē] is an online cinema where you watch, discover, and discuss films.
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MUBI 10h
A mischievous, dark deadpan comedy from Iceland's Benedikt Erlingsson. From tomorrow on .
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MUBI 12h
Mani Kaul’s debut feature: a groundbreaking work of Parallel cinema.
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MUBI 13h
A new collaboration between Sofia Bohdanowicz and Deragh Campbell: a perceptive ode to love stories, letter writing, and lost female histories.
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Monocle 24 Radio Jun 1
On Culture: what can streaming services learn from the lockdown? We ask at and
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MUBI 15h
Hirokazu Kore-eda's tender family drama.
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Second Run Jun 1
Second Run On Demand is now live! Our distinctive new VOD service provides the option to rent releases directly from Second Run. Selected UK and Eire independent cinemas will receive a share from each rental fee.
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MUBI Jun 3
A funny, poignant ode to artistic creation from Michael Fassbender and Lenny Abrahamson.
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Notebook Jun 3
Though cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have nonetheless announced 56 films from their 2020 Official Selection, including the latest by Wes Anderson, Naomi Kawase, François Ozon, and Im Sang-soo.
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MUBI Jun 3
Stokely Carmichael on revolutionary violence, 1967. As excerpted from THE BLACK POWER MIXTAPE 1967-1975: a portrait of American systemic racism as told from an outside perspective. in 🇬🇧
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BerthaDocHouse Jun 3
📣TONIGHT: KRABI, 2562 Watch Party + Q&A, Co-Presented by & From British filmmaker Ben Rivers & Thai artist Anocha Suwichakornpong, Krabi, 2562 explores the landscape and stories within the community of Krabi. Book here:
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MUBI Jun 2
We stand in solidarity with the global fight for justice and equality for the Black community, and the many victims of police brutality and systemic racism. Black Lives Matter.
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MUBI Jun 1
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Curator Anaïs Lebrun introduces Shahrbanoo Sadat's THE ORPHANAGE ⟶
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MUBI Jun 1
Curator Anaïs Lebrun introduces Shahrbanoo Sadat's THE ORPHANAGE ⟶
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Notebook Jun 1
"If the only thing that was true about romantic comedies is that they are harmful, why would so many smart, thoughtful people enjoy them?" | writes on the appeal of the mainstream romantic comedy, and the second-wave dream of “having it all.”
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MUBI Jun 1
Francis Girod’s RENE THE CANE in Wim Wenders’s THE AMERICAN FRIEND.
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Notebook Jun 1
"Those who watch OLLA in anticipation of the sort of filmic sensibilities most closely associated with her onscreen personae... will find themselves aggrieved and then enlightened. " | gives actor Ariane Labed's directorial debut its Close-Up:
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MUBI Jun 1
Lucrecia Martel by Micol Talso.
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MUBI Jun 1
The directing debut from Greek-French actor Ariane Labed: a humorous, stylish subversion of ideas of immigration and womanhood.
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MUBI May 31
★★★★ "It’s heady and euphoric – a picture of pure freedom." —
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MUBI May 31
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Agnès Varda, 1946 and 2017.
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