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White Ant

Chu Hsien-Che Taiwán, 2016

Three alluring, disparate characters shape this elliptical story, which faces the many complexities of sexuality amongst alienated youth in contemporary Taiwan. Director Chu Hsien-che’s approach is considerate and acutely stylized in its brave confrontation of challenging subject matter.

Wherever You Go, There We Are

Jesse McLean Estados Unidos, 2017

29 días para ver
New York Film
Festival's Projections

Next in our collaboration bringing you films straight from the NYFF is Jesse McLean’s wry fantasy of travel quickly tinged with the uncanny. Too-perfect postcards pair with strange letters read aloud as our tour moves between the rose-tinted past, the mysterious natural world, and our techo-present.

Homeland (Iraq Year Zero)

Abbas Fahdel Francia, 2015

28 días para ver

One of the crucial films about America’s invasion of Iraq, Abbas Fahdel’s long, completely engrossing and deeply personal saga provides an essential perspective. In our critic’s words, it is “unprecedented in that it shows the daily reality of those on the receiving end of our humanitarian wars.”

Rainy Dog

Takashi Miike Japón, 1997

26 días para ver
Takashi Miike: Dead or

We continue to pay tribute to Takashi Miike’s inexhaustible ingenuity with this early gangster picture of his. Set in a Taiwan drowned by rain, Miike’s watershed themes of family and cultural displacement mutually drive the action to uncanny heights. A key film from an expansive oeuvre.

La barrera del sonido

David Lean Reino Unido, 1952

25 días para ver

70 years ago today, Chuck Yeager did what many thought impossible: Man the first supersonic flight. Director David Lean and playwright Terence Rattigan (The Winslow Boy, The Deep Blue Sea) take that inspired endeavor as a starting point for their gripping and movingly human tale of aerial ambition.

One Floor Below

Radu Muntean Rumania, 2015

24 días para ver

A murder is hidden behind the quotidian tapestry of everyday life in Romanian New Wave director Radu Muntean’s subtle and observant drama, which premiered in Cannes. A man tries to follow his routine while a death in his building quietly simmers his world in a mix of guilt, suspicion, and secrecy.

General Report II: The New Abduction of Europe

Pere Portabella España, 2016

23 días para ver
Pere Portabella:
General Report on Spain

If the first General Report was a rumination on the transition from an oppressive regime to a democratic state, in this implacable, necessary sequel Portabella dissects—40 years later—the brutal crisis devouring Europe today. These are turbulent times for Spain, and this film is essential viewing.

Informe general

Pere Portabella España, 1976

22 días para ver
Pere Portabella:
General Report on Spain

The lucid, radical work of Pere Portabella creates an invaluable space for rethinking reality, fiction and the political dimension of both. We’re honored to present two films that bridge crucial moments in the History of Spain (and Europe) starting with this monumental landmark of activist cinema.

The Driller Killer

Abel Ferrara Estados Unidos, 1979

21 días para ver
Prelude to Halloween

Our Prelude to Halloween series continues with this nearly uncategorizable horror film from Italian-American iconoclast Abel Ferrara. A mosaic of genres—a punk concert movie, a sex comedy, an avant-garde mood piece—The Driller Killer is an exacting portrait of artistic and financial anxiety.


Vincent Grashaw Estados Unidos, 2013

20 días para ver

Shattering all expectations of the American indie coming-of-age genre, Coldwater tackles the challenging subjects of toxic masculinity and adolescence, whilst doubling as a thriller to offer a complex and incisive critique of the juvenile detention (and by extension, the prison and military) system.

Britannia Hospital

Lindsay Anderson Reino Unido, 1982

19 días para ver

Lindsay Anderson and Malcolm McDowell are paired together again after their previous masterworks If… & O Lucky Man! for this razor sharp black comedy. A satire which takes aim at a hospital that is a stand-in for Britain at large, this is the duo’s final fiery statement on country’s bourgeoisie.

La angustia del miedo

Gerald Kargl Austria, 1983

16 días para ver
Prelude to Halloween

Prelude to Halloween continues with this infamous cult movie from Austria that dives into the life and mind of a serial killer and doesn’t look back. Intimately confined to the perspective of the killer, Angst is a risky yet altogether complex vision of the human mind gone astray.

El perro mongol

Byambasuren Davaa Mongolia, 2005

15 días para ver

Stripping film to its bare essentials, The Cave of the Yellow Dog is a journey through the wilderness and a story that finds resonance in the cycle of life. Peopled with a cast of non-professionals, it’s a triumph of elegant simplicity, and its country’s official submission to the 2005 Oscars.

Sangre caníbal

Claire Denis Francia, 2001

14 días para ver
Prelude to Halloween

Our short, dark Prelude to Halloween series takes a turn from canonical horror to arthouse re-invention. Claire Denis makes her own version of a vampire tale, an elliptical, sensual film of disease and desire, loaded with mystery and tactility. With Vincent Gallo and a score by the Tindersticks.

October November

Götz Spielmann Austria, 2013

13 días para ver

Director Götz Spielmann won wide acclaim with 2008’s slow-burning thriller Revanche, but few had a chance to see his follow-up after its festival premiere: A beautifully restrained family drama of sisters split by the tensions between (big) city living and (home) village traditions. Exquisite.

La noche de los muertos vivientes

George A. Romero Estados Unidos, 1968

12 días para ver
Prelude to Halloween

In the lead-up to Halloween, we’re showing a small series of very special horror films. With the great George A. Romero dying earlier this year, it seems most fitting to pay tribute and begin with his raging, subversive classic. Witness the apocalyptic beginning of the world’s zombie obsession.

The Chase

Arthur Ripley Estados Unidos, 1946

11 días para ver

The Big Sleep was long held as the most confounding of mysteries—good luck unraveling its story!—that is, until Arthur Ripley’s practically surrealist noir The Chase was rediscovered and restored. A labyrinth of hidden pasts and lost memories, it is Hollywood noir at its baroquely oneiric peak.

El futuro perfecto

Nele Wohlatz Argentina, 2016

10 días para ver

It’s not very often that a film is smart and modest at the same time. German-born, Argentina-based Nele Wohlatz has made an impossibly humble comedy, unassumingly clever and irresistibly warm, so empathetic in capturing what being a foreigner feels like that will restore your hope in humanity.


Yasuharu Hasebe Japón, 1969

Yasuharu Hasebe’s follow-up to Massacre Gun is another thrilling Jô Shishido gangster flick (co-starring the great Mieko Kaji) and a highlight of the Nikkatsu studio’s “borderless action” films, hyper-stylized genre movies channeling cinematic new waves, pop sensibilities, and modernist technique.


Ali Aydın Turquía, 2012

7 días para ver

Starring Ercan Kesal (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia), Mold is a noir-like journey into social oppressions experienced in modern Turkey. With the requisite oppressive atmosphere to match, Ali Aydın’s debut film moves with dour yet beguiling rhythms towards a nuanced critique of a troubled society.

Below Sea Level

Gianfranco Rosi Italia, 2008

6 días para ver

Often it takes an outsider to find the essence of a landscape or milieu. Here that outsider is Italian documentarian Gianfranco Rosi (Fire at Sea), following exiles of the American dream in the California desert. Like Antonioni before him, Rosi traces a portrait of the holes in American society.

Sólo se vive una vez

Fritz Lang Estados Unidos, 1937

5 días para ver

German auteur Fritz Lang’s second Hollywood film, this thrilling, pioneering film noir stars Sylvia Sidney and Henry Fonda. With its great influence on cinematic versions of Bonnie and Clyde, Lang’s taut, romantic masterpiece stands as yet another testament to the great films he made in America.


Hany Abu-Assad Autoridad Nacional Palestina, 2013

4 días para ver

Han Abu-Assad’s various films have all handled the many complexities of the Israeli-Palestine conflict with great precision and sensitivity. Despite moving with the caustic speed of a thriller, Omar is no exception with its intimate sense of life under occupation and political struggle.

El conformista

Bernardo Bertolucci Italia, 1970

3 días para ver

It doesn’t get better than Bertolucci’s stunning masterpiece (shot by the great Vittorio Storaro), one of the most influential films. It rabidly pursues unresolved tendrils of Italian wartime history with the stylized aplomb of the preceding French New Wave and the American movie brats to come.

El gran muro

Tadhg O'Sullivan Irlanda, 2015

2 días para ver

The US-Mexico wall might grab all the attention, but aren’t we surrounded by them? MUBI is proud to host the online premiere of this riveting documentary that audaciously looks at the migration crisis in the eye by surfacing the resonance of Kafka’s universe in today’s Europe. Read more on Notebook.


Paul Verhoeven Holanda, 2012

Expira a medianoche PDT

Prior to his explosive comeback with last year’s Elle, Paul Verhoeven experimented with a crowd-sourced scenario pieced together by willing participators on the Internet. The experiment was a success: Tricked is a nimble and psycho-sexually charged thriller that is pure genre transgression.

El héroe del río

Buster Keaton, Charles Reisner Estados Unidos, 1928

Willie, el decadente hijo de Steamboat Bill, capitán de un barco de vapor, regresa para ver a su padre después de años de separación. Bill intenta convertir a su hijo en un hombre, pero termina en prisión y Willie no tendrá más opción que sacarlo de ahí.

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