The director of VORTEX tells us about his most memorable movie screening and the film he'd most like to see on the big screen.
In a career-spanning interview, the British director discusses everything from making classics like "Get Carter" to fiascos like "Omen II."
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun discusses his newest film Lingui, one of the best-reviewed movies of the year and one that is now especially timely.
MUBI has already been amassing festival titles ahead of what could be another Cannes shopping spree.
GREAT FREEDOM. Unearthing heartrending chapters of queer history in post-war Germany, Sebastian Meise’s moving drama harnesses the healing power of intimacy that blooms in defiance of systematic oppression. Franz Rogowski mesmerizes with a powerhouse performance in this absorbing tale of resilience and resistance.
“Great Freedom” and the Paradox of Desire and Repression Los Angeles Review of Books
EXCLUSIVE: Park Chan-wook’s anticipated Cannes Competition title Decision to Leave has sold to arthouse streamer, theatrical distributor and producer MUBI in what we understand to be the company’s biggest film deal to date.
The sound designer of Apichatpong Weerasethakul's films, including Tropical Malady and Memoria, discusses his work and process.
As the title puts in no uncertain terms, directing duo Coodie and Chike’s four-and-a-half documentary Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy treats the matter of the subject’s genius as a given. To the naysayers, that might still be up for debate. But to place someone as incendiary as Kanye West—the American rapper, producer, fashion designer, one-time presidential candidate, and billionaire now legally named Ye—in the dictionary besides that contentious and sacred word “genius” is to assert an obvious truth worth repeating: that hip-hop produces geniuses…
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‘Great Freedom’ Review: Unbroken The New York Times
‘Lingui, the Sacred Bonds’ Review: Love, Ferocious and Limitless The New York Times
LAMB, An audacious, genre-defying mix of horror and folklore from Icelandic writer-director Valdimar Jóhannsson, starring Noomi Rapace.
Céline Sciamma (Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Girlhood) discusses her BAFTA nominated PETITE MAMAN, a sublime modern fairytale about the quiet wonder of mother-daughter relationships.
THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD. A wistful and life-affirming coming-of-age story about the quest for love and meaning in contemporary Oslo. Directed by Joachim Trier and starring Renate Reinsve, winner of the Best Actress award at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival.
The Norwegian director talks about his new romantic drama, identifying with his characters, the state of Norway, and cinematic inspirations.
If you can’t bring the audience to the festival, bring the festival to the audience! With the Sundance Film Festival commencing this week, it’s also taking over MUBI. While dreams of hopping to Hollywood are fulfilled (or dashed), and as new indie darlings are crowned, we’ll be playing some of our Sundance favorites.