MUBI Is Offering Three Months of Great Cinema for Just £1

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Lady Vengeance, 2005(Film still)

Streaming service MUBI is opening up its library for three months for just £1 – the perfect way to get yourself through quarantine

If the prospect of staying home for three months – or possibly more – seems an insurmountable (though of course necessary) task, then MUBI is offering some cultural relief. Responding to the closure of cinemas across the country, and the world, the streaming service is inviting users to enjoy three months of film for just £1, available to watch online, on your mobile, tablet, TV or gaming consoles.

For those yet to encounter MUBI, it is a world away from Netflix: each day, their team hand-picks a new film which is then available to watch for 30 days. With films spanning from little-known treasures of cinema past to contemporary indies, the curated list takes away the need for the endless scrolling encountered on other streaming services.

Films currently on show on MUBI include Claire Denis’ 2018 sci-fi horror High Life, Ingmar Bergman’s 1978 drama Autumn Sonata – alongside other Bergman movies as part of ‘The Inner Demons of Ingmar Bergman’ season – and Park Chan-wook’s 2005 mystery Lady Vengeance. 

To find out more, visit MUBI’s website.