• The Aerial

    The Aerial

    The first film ever to screen on MUBI, this surreal fairytale from visionary auteur Esteban Sapir champions the power of the human voice over consumerism and totalitarian control. Using the language of silent cinema, LA ANTENA devises a fantastical dreamscape, packed with eye-popping visual effects.

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  • Fallen Leaves

    Fallen Leaves

    Moviegoing dreamers, there is hope for us still in this timeless, tender romance from living legend Aki Kaurismäki. Imbued with the filmmaker’s idiosyncratic playfulness and deadpan humor, this bittersweet comedy charmed even the most dour of critics and, delightfully, won the Jury Prize at Cannes.

    Now streaming exclusively (almost) globally. A MUBI Release.

  • Extinction of the Species

    Extinction of the Species

    Playfully exploring existential anxiety, Matthew Porterfield and Nicolasa Ruiz’s reality-blurring new short captures relatable fears about day-to-day life. Following a curious protagonist down a rabbit hole of intrigue, this vibrantly shot film turns urban mundanity into an enchanting wonderland.

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  • Daydreaming So Vividly About Our Spanish Holidays

    Daydreaming So Vividly About Our Spanish Holidays

    How to Have Sex is one version of teens on tour: Christian Aviles’s ambitious short about Britons’ devotion to the sun is another. With affectionate humor, the newcomer spins a speculative mythology out of that phenomenon on luminous 16mm stock, and makes the world sparkle in this miniature satire.

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  • A Tiger in Paradise

    A Tiger in Paradise

    The beloved José González ponders the paradoxes of being human in this profound yet playful film, conceived by the production company behind Triangle of Sadness. Channeled through surreal tableaux and musical interludes, the singer’s creative energy is in tune with nature and the world at large.

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  • Jill, Uncredited

    Jill, Uncredited

    Constellating fragments from decades of film and television, newcomer Anthony Ing creates a playful, yet profound portrait of a woman who has toiled in the margins of our screens. Forget about stars: this hypnotic short is entranced with the nameless people who form the wondrous texture of life.

    Now streaming exclusively here (almost) globally.

  • Let the Sunshine In

    Let the Sunshine In

    A Claire Denis romcom? We’re sold! Subverting fairytale tropes with fine irony, this wonderfully unpredictable take on middle-age female desire and the volatility of emotions stars an exquisitely mercurial Juliette Binoche—searching for love, encountering mostly disappointment. Oh, and that ending!

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  • Queens of the Qing Dynasty

    Queens of the Qing Dynasty

    Countering the iciness of the Canadian healthcare system with love, Ashley McKenzie’s offbeat tale of friendship embraces the turmoil—and the beauty—of neurodiversity and gender nonconformity. Along with the magnetic performers, the ethereal score crafts a potent alchemy of emotions and sensations.

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  • Good Thanks, You?

    Good Thanks, You?

    Before her breakout feature How to Have Sex, Molly Manning Walker explored the struggle to express painful truths in a culture of dismissive silence. As enlightening as it is immersive, this powerful short confirms that the British filmmaker is one of the nation’s most exciting new talents.

    Now streaming (almost) globally here.

  • Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus

    Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus

    The classic tale of clueless youths seeking hallucinogenic euphoria gets a funky twist in Sebastián Silva’s Sundance-winning road trip through the majestic plains of Chile. As American tourists caught in a battle of will, Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffmann are equal parts discomfiting and hilarious.

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  • Halloween


    One of the most influential independent films, John Carpenter and Debra Hill’s deceptively simple, impeccably crafted tale of suburban innocents versus unsparing evil remains a masterclass in suspense. Forget the sequels, reboots, and imitators: (trick or) treat yourself to the original Halloween 🎃.

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  • Strange Way of Life

    Strange Way of Life

    Stylishly produced by luxury fashion house Saint Laurent, Pedro Almodóvar’s hot-blooded queer western sizzles with the chemistry shared by silver foxes Ethan Hawke and Pedro Pascal. Witness to the eternal battle between order and disobedience, the American frontier is awakened to new fiery passions.

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