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.
In a story of older and younger mothers, the Spanish auteur intertwines his country's dark past with challenges and hope for its future.
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An irresistibly radiant romantic fable from Alexandre Koberidze.
A stunning vision of female solidarity, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's LINGUI, THE SACRED BONDS arrives in US theaters & UK cinemas on February 4. Coming soon to MUBI in the US, Canada, UK & Ireland, Turkey & Latin America.
A revealing conversation about the role of the colorist, a key member of the production who helps determine the final look of a film.
The posters of everyone's favorite latex-catsuited Hong Kong movie star.
The heights of creatively hybridizing cinema and opera can be found in Leos Carax and Sparks' film and Robert Ashley's 1984 TV opera.
On the great director's birthday, revisit the radical visual ingenuity that made Jean-Luc Godard's 1960s cinema the face of a new generation.
Anderson’s journey through early 1970s California finds the director at his most laid-back. But is the film too shaggy for its own good?
Now showing in UK & Irish cinemas today (November 19) and coming to MUBI on February 18.
Fueled by destruction, drugs, love, tragedy, and an overwhelming sense of a nearing end, an artist becomes an embodiment of the times and shines a light on the good, the bad, and the ugly that came with it.
Princess Diana follows Jackie Kennedy as a subject for Pablo Larraín to explore the pressures of fame and gender with historical hindsight.
The actress, whose first lead role was in Joanna Hogg's "The Souvenir," talks about working on the director's semi-autobiographical project.
Is the actual drama in Villeneuve's sci-fi epic as rich and satisfying as the universe he's created?
CRYPTOZOO is now showing on MUBI in the UK, Ireland, Germany and Turkey here.
"The Unbearable Lightness of Being," "Henry and June" and "Quills" showcase the undervalued New Hollywood filmmaker's serious take on sex.
An expatriate literary magazine circulates wildly in an economy of art and excess, keeping fantasy alive and history at bay at all costs.
In a chapter from the Viennale's new book devoted to Terence Davies, director Matías Piñeiro reflects on his 1988 film.
The director discusses his film "Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy," and his approach to rehearsals, melodrama, comedy, and trauma in his work.