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New Native Cinema, Part II

Leo Koziol (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Rakaipaaka) honors the 21st-century Natives taking on the film world in part two of our celebration of the rise of New Native Cinema.

New Native Cinema, Part I

In the first of a two-part celebration of Native cinema, Leo Koziol (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Rakaipaaka) applauds the twentieth-century Native filmmakers who broke through to the big screen.

Peak Views: Animating Everest

French animator Patrick Imbert on adapting The Summit of the Gods, the grandness of Everest, the parallels between climbing and art, and the influence of Emmanuel Lubezki.

Best of the Fall Fests 2021

As the Covid-era festival landscape shifts yet again, our Festiville team picks the best of the films that premiered at the major fall film festivals.

MUBI to Launch Film Magazine NOTEBOOK

Hot on the heels of their announcement that MUBI GO would be launching in the US, MUBI is bringing us another bit of good news for film culture. The company will be launching a print-only magazine titled NOTEBOOK, which will be published twice a year starting in spring 2022. 

The (Janus) Films They Didn't Want You to See!

In celebration of the theatrical release of Mohammad Reza Aslani’s Chess of the Wind, currently playing a two-week run at Film Forum, Janus Films put together a Letterboxd list of ten more titles from their library which were banned at one point.

MUBI to Launch MUBI GO in the US

Global streaming service, production company, and film distributor MUBI has announced that they will be launching MUBI GO in the US, beginning in New York on October 29, 2021. The service will then launch in Los Angeles in early 2022, and expand after that into select markets.