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Krzysztof Zanussi Polonia, 1969

28 giorni rimasti
I film di Krzysztof

We are proud to present a new retrospective devoted to the award-winning Krzysztof Zanussi, one of the great Polish filmmakers. We begin with his feature debut, a psychologically rich, remarkably mature chamber drama about career vocation (Zanussi studied physics), friendship, and life philosophy.

Portrait of a Garden

Rosie Stapel Paesi Bassi, 2015

25 giorni rimasti
The Unusual Subjects

In a picturesque garden on a country estate, two old friends, an 85 year-old pruning master and the gardener, tend to the espaliers. Surrounded by vegetable patches, citrus trees, the orchard and lush grapevines, they talk about food, the weather, their craft and the changing world around them.

Sleeping Beauty

Julia Leigh Australia, 2011

24 giorni rimasti

Death-haunted, quietly reckless, Lucy is a university student who takes a job as a Sleeping Beauty. In the Sleeping Beauty Chamber old men seek an erotic experience that requires Lucy’s absolute submission. But soon she develops an increasing need to know what happens to her when she is asleep.

The Chaser

Na Hong-jin Corea del Sud, 2008

23 giorni rimasti

Saturday night Korean noir! This stylish serial killer mystery was a big hit in its native land (and got scooped up for a screening at Cannes!), marking an auspicious debut for its director, Na Hong-jin. Frenetic, extreme, and high-velocity in the baroque traditions of 21st century Asian cinema.

Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog

Julian Radlmaier Germania, 2017

In esclusiva
22 giorni rimasti

Il giovane regista Julian, interpretato in modo ironico dallo stesso regista Julian Radlmaier, si innamora di una giovane straniera e le offre il ruolo di protagonista nella sua immaginaria favola comunista.

A Proletarian Winter's Tale

Julian Radlmaier Germania, 2014

Tre georgiani devono pulire un castello in cui è esposta la collezione d’arte di un costruttore di armi. Non sono i benvenuti alla festa di inaugurazione e vengono confinati in soffitta, ma sono attirati di sotto da un ricco buffet. Perché non ignorare gli ordini e la distinzione di classe sociale?

A Spectre Is Haunting Europe

Julian Radlmaier Germania, 2012

Un lavoratore georgiano a tempo determinato vive delle bizzarre avventure nella Berlino contemporanea accompagnato dal fantasma di Vladimir Majakovskij, il poeta della rivoluzione sovietica. Nel frattempo, il suo amico Kasimir riceve una ricca eredità, ma non sa come procedere.

Zipper: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride

Amy Nicholson Stati Uniti, 2012

19 giorni rimasti
The Unusual Subjects

Next in our documentary series The Unusual Subjects, a Coney Island roller coaster! The Zipper takes on a symbolic role in this ground-level portrait of a changing neighborhood, as the iconic and once-glorious Brooklyn amusement park tries to finds its place in a gentrifying and changing New York.

The Man Who Fell to Earth

Nicolas Roeg Regno Unito, 1976

18 giorni rimasti

David Bowie somehow found time amidst his iconoclastic recording career to commit his first and most soulful performance in Roeg’s singular film. A perfect meeting of minds: Roeg, the great experimenter of narrative forms, and Bowie, the undefinable mystery, together conjure a masterwork of sci-fi.

Finding Vivian Maier

John Maloof, Charlie Siskel Stati Uniti, 2013

17 giorni rimasti

In 2009 Vivian Maier’s previously undiscovered photography took the art world by storm; soon thereafter, this documentary and its careful arrangement of this beguiling narrative similarly captured the minds of many. An entertaining yet exhaustive portrait of one of America’s most reclusive artists.

The Idol

Hany Abu-Assad Territori palestinesi, 2015

16 giorni rimasti

A film about the popular Palestinian singer Mohammad Assaf, from childhood to adulthood, and his life in Gaza until he won the Arab idol.

Lake Los Angeles

Mike Ott Stati Uniti, 2014

15 giorni rimasti
The Antelope Valley

The conclusion to the Antelope Valley trilogy is quietly but powerfully attuned to other sides of the Californian dream: That of the Spanish-speaking population, legal and illegal, deeply enmeshed in the state’s social and economic life. Another of Ott’s touching paeans to the human need to connect.

Pearblossom Hwy

Mike Ott Stati Uniti, 2012

14 giorni rimasti
The Antelope Valley

Mike Ott’s trilogy of Californian alienation continues with this semi-sequel, Pearlblossom Hwy. Further experimenting with the boundaries of fiction and non-fiction and breaking from classical film form, Pearlblossom Hwy is an enveloping cinematic jam session between a director and his performers.


Mike Ott Stati Uniti, 2010

13 giorni rimasti
The Antelope Valley

This week we present a trilogy of films by American—and specifically, Californian—independent filmmaker Mike Ott. With a strong sense of place and a sly way of blending non-fiction and drama, Ott crafted something small but very precise in Littlerock: a relationship between two kinds of outsiders.

15 Corners of the World

Zuzanna Solakiewicz Polonia, 2014

12 giorni rimasti
The Unusual Subjects

With archive and contemporary footage, this documentary profile of Eugeniusz Rudnik, a composer at the very beginnings of electronic music, is a unique synaesthetic attempt to allow its viewer to see its subject’s revolutionary sounds. Winner of the Critics’ Week Prize at the Locarno Festival.

Wrong Cops

Quentin Dupieux Francia, 2013

11 giorni rimasti

Quentin Dupieux is perhaps better known as the infamous French DJ, Mr. Oizo, but he also directs magnificent absurdist films like this one. Guided by a audacious cast ranging from Marilyn Manson to Eric Wareheim, Wrong Cops is a comedy of meaninglessness about crime and our contemporary reality.

One A.M.

Charlie Chaplin Stati Uniti, 1916

10 giorni rimasti

What better way to close off this year of cinema than with the king of silent comedy himself! One A.M. strips comedy down to its essentials to find Chaplin giving a one man show. Swapping the Tramp for a drunken aristocrat, Chaplin’s balletic grace and inventive use of sets produce slapstick gold.

The Trip to Italy

Michael Winterbottom Regno Unito, 2014

9 giorni rimasti

After the success of The Trip—a hit television series edited into a great comedy—British comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon returned with a dedicated film that combines their great love of comic one-upmanship, countryside tourism, plush meals and riotously good (and bad) impersonations.

The Trip

Michael Winterbottom Regno Unito, 2010

8 giorni rimasti

Who would have thought that one absurd road-trip comedy would become a full-blown trilogy? On the heels of dynamic duo Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon latest installment (The Trip to Spain), we’re showing their first two off-kilter journeys—a double feature of hilarious improvisation and food porn.

Come Worry with Us!

Helene Klodawsky Canada, 2013

7 giorni rimasti

The all too short lived phenomenon of post-rock produced some of the most distinct music of this century. Come Worry with Us! grants a rare look into the world of one of the foremost acts of the genre, Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, and their many struggles: artistic, familial, financial.

Rebels of the Neon God

Tsai Ming-liang Taiwan, 1992

6 giorni rimasti

From Gregg Araki to Wong Kar-wai, the 90s were alive with rich cinematic visions of youth and urban alienation. Tsai Ming-liang’s debut might be the best of both worlds: a cast of melancholy souls tirelessly search for themselves in Taipei’s streets and find what or may not be a false idol…

The Gang's All Here

Busby Berkeley Stati Uniti, 1943

4 giorni rimasti

The ultimate holiday: The giddy Technicolor song-and-dance extravaganza by legendary choreographer-turned-director Busby Berkeley. As pure a pleasure as can be found in the cinema, and boasting a delightfully unpredictable visual surrealism—including Carmen Miranda’s unforgettable banana number!


Jean-Luc Godard Francia, 1963

An iconic, pop-colored exposé of the film industry as only Godard can do. 1960s stars Michel Piccoli and Brigitte Bardot fight and make love during a Fritz Lang (playing himself!) production of the Odyssey at Italy’s famed Cinecittà studios, scored to the most beautiful film music of all time.

Brighton Rock

John Boulting Regno Unito, 1947

2 giorni rimasti

This thriller written by Graham Greene (adapting his own novel) is perhaps the most iconic British noir, with a dark, desperate post-war atmosphere enriched by location shooting at seaside Brighton. Richard Attenborough, who later directed Gandhi, is enthralling anti-hero, a teenage psychopath.


Léa Mysius Francia, 2017

In esclusiva
Disponibile fino a mezzanotte

One of the best debuts of the year lands on MUBI! Premiering in Cannes in May, Mysius’ beguiling exploration of female sexuality and teenage fears is a life-affirming, infectious blend of ravishing colors, whimsical humor and the dreamy melancholy of a transformative summer. Bonus: that soundtrack!

A Tale of Winter

Éric Rohmer Francia, 1992

Felicie and Charles have a serious if whirlwind holiday romance. Due to a mix-up on addresses they lose contact, and five years later, with a daughter as a reminder of that long-ago summer, Felicie is left unable to commit to anything else wondering what might have been.

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