Films on MUBI in June

MUBI, a beloved streaming service which showcases the best of film, have released their schedule for the month of June. Titles for the month include Woman at War (2018) by Benedikt Erlingsson, Ida Lupino’s The Hitch-Hiker (1953), and Landless (2019) by Camila Freitas, which is part of A Journey Into Indian Cinema series.

01/06/20 – Olla / Ariane Labed / Brief Encounters

02/06/20 – Animal Crackers / Victor Heerman / Marx Brothers

03/06/20 – Duck Soup / Leo Mc Carey / Marx Brothers

04/06/20 – Ms Slavic 7 / Sofia Bohdanowicz / the New Auteurs

05/06/20 – Woman at War / Benedikt Erlingsson / Mubi Spotlight

06/06/20 – Montparnasse Bienvenüe / Léonor Serraille

07/06/20 – Una / Benedict Andrews

08/06/20 – Lilting / Hong Khaou

09/06/20 – Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor / Dave Fleischer

10/06/20 – Naseem / Saeed Akhtar Mirza / a Journey Into Indian Cinema

11/06/20 – Virus Tropical / Santiago Caicedoa / Viewfinder

12/06/20 – Eden / Mia Hansen-Løve

13/06/20 – Redoutable / Michel Hazanavicius

14/06/20 – Prince Avalanche / David Gordon Green

15/06/20 – The Hitch-Hiker / Ida Lupino / Ida Lupino Double Bill

16/06/20 – The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger / Colin Mac Cabe, Christopher Roth, Bartek Dziadosz, Tilda Swinton / Portrait of The Artist

17/06/20 – Sicillia! / Danièle Huillet, Jean-Marie Straub / a Straub-Huillet Retrospective

18/06/20 – the Day After I’m Gone / Nimrod Eldar / Debuts

19/06/20 – Tbc

20/06/20 – / Federico Fellini / Fellini 100

Our Culture Recommends: Starring Marcello Mastroianni, Guido Anselmi, and Claudia Cardinale, the film follows Guido Anselmi, a director whose new project is collapsing around him, along with his life. Overcome by all of this, the director withdraws into his thoughts and frequently shifts into fantastical territory. As Anselmi attempts to sort out his many entanglements, Anselmi finds his production growing more autobiographical.

Fellini’s  is not just one of his strongest films but also a classic that is considered to be amongst one of the most influential films in the world of cinema.

21/06/20 – Tbc

22/06/20 – the Bigamist / Ida Lupino / Ida Lupino Double Bill

23/03/20 – the Dead and The Others / João Salaviza, Renée Nader Messora / Brazil Focus

24/03/20 – Summertime / Catherine Corsini

25/03/20 – Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream / Frank Beauvais / Undiscovered

26/06/20 – Tbc

27/06/20 – Nymphomaniac: Volume I / Lars Von Trier

28/06/20 – Nymphomaniac: Volume II / Lars Von Trier

29/06/20 – Duvidha / Mani Kaul / a Journey Into Indian Cinema

30/06/20 Tbc


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