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  • https://mubi.com/library

    so it looks like MUBI aka one of the realest streaming services just, additionally to their 30-film program, added (no small amount...) of films which were previously available... this will vary from country to country, but in Germany that's quite a lot of goodies.

    Kinda major? Weirdly, not a lot of info on this so far tho

  • pt 🍒
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    May 21

  • Holy s***, this is incredible. Gonna have to restart my subscription

  • Im confuse

  • game changer

  • we got a lot of indie films plus some old classics on the irish site might be worth subbing

  • pretty good selection here yeh
    some on the refn curated list caught my eye

  • damn this is dope news. I didnt like the og thing they were doing but this might make me try it out now

  • beflygelt

    https://mubi.com/library

    so it looks like MUBI aka one of the realest streaming services just, additionally to their 30-film program, added (no small amount...) of films which were previously available... this will vary from country to country, but in Germany that's quite a lot of goodies.

    Kinda major? Weirdly, not a lot of info on this so far tho

    So is this basically for international indie films? That’s all I’m mostly seeing on here

  • in asf

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    So is this basically for international indie films? That’s all I’m mostly seeing on here

    yeah they def cater to film buffs, so it's mostly classics/ indie/ international. As a matter of fact they give you a free subscription if you're a film student but any uni e-mail will work regardless if you're actually doing film 👀

  • john kuro

    damn this is dope news. I didnt like the og thing they were doing but this might make me try it out now

    tbh the original setup of 30 films is what makes them so great to me, because among those 30 there are for me already like up to 10 interesting titles usually and the time limit is a good motivation to check out titles you might not have prioritized.

    They do really good curating work so in my experience I find most stuff at the least worth seeing and not rarely positively surprising

    It seems like the library is for titles which they had a hand in producing or distributing, so I guess this part of the platform won't change as much? Though that will need to be seen. I'm definitely surprised they're able to expand like this, I never expected them to actually make profit with their model. V happy they do tho!

  • https://mubi.com/notebook also some of the best film journalism atm imo

  • beflygelt

    tbh the original setup of 30 films is what makes them so great to me, because among those 30 there are for me already like up to 10 interesting titles usually and the time limit is a good motivation to check out titles you might not have prioritized.

    They do really good curating work so in my experience I find most stuff at the least worth seeing and not rarely positively surprising

    It seems like the library is for titles which they had a hand in producing or distributing, so I guess this part of the platform won't change as much? Though that will need to be seen. I'm definitely surprised they're able to expand like this, I never expected them to actually make profit with their model. V happy they do tho!

    Yea they were always good curators. Might try this out and replace criterion for a bit

  • pt 🍒
    M
    May 21

    btw the 3 month free trial is still working made another account last night

  • john kuro

    Yea they were always good curators. Might try this out and replace criterion for a bit

    I wish I had criterion in my country tho that is for sure the best by far. Tho how much do you pay for that? Can't really complain about MUBI since I'm not paying anything lol

  • beflygelt

    yeah they def cater to film buffs, so it's mostly classics/ indie/ international. As a matter of fact they give you a free subscription if you're a film student but any uni e-mail will work regardless if you're actually doing film 👀

    just dropped out community college last semester but s*** still works for Kanopy bouta try this today

  • Daammnn they need to go international wit it already. i pay bout 100 for the year

  • beflygelt

    I wish I had criterion in my country tho that is for sure the best by far. Tho how much do you pay for that? Can't really complain about MUBI since I'm not paying anything lol

  • Yo 😧

  • beflygelt

    yeah they def cater to film buffs, so it's mostly classics/ indie/ international. As a matter of fact they give you a free subscription if you're a film student but any uni e-mail will work regardless if you're actually doing film 👀

    Lmao anyway I can get a fake uni email

  • john kuro

    Yea they were always good curators. Might try this out and replace criterion for a bit

    Should I start f***ing with criterion?

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    Should I start f***ing with criterion?

    yes x100. best streaming service, had it since filmstruck first began and will happily give money to them. they got all the supplements that come wit the blu rays too

    but you gon need a fire stick or roku to watch on ur tv screen.

  • john kuro

    yes x100. best streaming service, had it since filmstruck first began and will happily give money to them. they got all the supplements that come wit the blu rays too

    but you gon need a fire stick or roku to watch on ur tv screen.

    Yeah i got a Roku. I never really checked them but they the ones that’s mostly for older classics?

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    Yeah i got a Roku. I never really checked them but they the ones that’s mostly for older classics?

    it got golden era hollywood and more art house s***. its more arthouse now since filmstruck doesnt exist anymore but still allloooot of older black and white classics. literally 90 percent of the movies on that s*** are heat.

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