MUBI Introduces LIBRARY Making Hundreds Of Hand-Picked Films Including PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE and THE SOUVENIR Available
Global curated streaming service MUBI has introduced a new section called LIBRARY, allowing members to revisit and discover films that have previously been hand-picked by its curators. LIBRARY is available to MUBI members at no additional cost.
Spanning MUBI releases, past specials, retrospectives, double bills and other exclusives, highlights in the LIBRARY for the UK include: Céline Sciamma’s PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE, Joanna Hogg’s THE SOUVENIR, Kantemir Balagov’s Cannes prizewinner BEANPOLE, Juliano Dornelles & Kleber Mendonça Filho’s acclaimed siege thriller BACURAU, Jospehine Decker’s energetic MADELINE’S MADELINE and masterpieces from Jean-Luc Godard, Dario Argento, Satyajit Ray, Chantel Akerman, Federico Fellini and Michelangelo Antonioni among others.
LIBRARY will sit alongside MUBI’s NOW SHOWING section, which will continue to introduce a new film every day and remain the destination for brand new content coming on to the streaming service.
LIBRARY is available on the web, and will come to MUBI’s Apple and Android apps soon.
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