Our retrospective on Krzysztof Kieślowski kicks off today with his feature debut.
With its ominous score, the chilling A young married woman from Montreal’s Orthodox Jewish community finds freedom from the strictures of her faith through her relationship with a young man, who is mourning the death of his estranged father.
Hidden cam porn provides voyeuristic thrills as the stars of the scenes typically have no idea they're being filmed.
Following the disillusions of three newly rejected, he digs into one of the strongest (and most uncontrollable! The result is this compelling, sensitive doc that gets “the break-up” right.
Continuing our spotlight on the best films that premiered at last year’s Locarno Festival—as the 2019 edition unfolds—we return to one of our perennial favorite filmmakers, Eugène Green.
turns 40, MUBI is proud to present the online premiere of this documentary on Chas Gerretsen, set photographer on the Vietnam War epic, arguably the most iconic film shoot ever.
After decades in obscurity, this film brings his stunning, never seen before images to light. This superb exploration of memory delves into the relationship of men and nature, reaching philosophical heights through atmospheric, deceptively anecdotal vignettes––and won Aktaş the Best Emerging Director award!
A rebellious, influential cult classic that has lost none of its shock value.
Collided, compared, brought together: France and Egypt; the 18th century and the 20th; revolution and colonialism; the fields and the city; the land and the people; the past and the present.
Bonus: a special appearance by fellow filmmaker Krzysztof Zanussi, playing himself!