Mubi has been a great platform for having the best films of all time. Dozens of films premiered in film festivals are chiefly available on Mubi. The platform provides the opportunity of watching new films every day.
Below are some Film Festival Favourite films available on Mubi
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1. The Terrorizers
A mandarin film, The Terrorizers is a coincidental encounter of people. The people come from different backgrounds of life in Taipei. The film revolves around the different lives of a woman, a group of criminals, a doctor, and his novelist wife which is observed by a photographer, set in different places and times. It is based on Michelangelo Antonioni’s thriller, Blowup.
2. Masculin Feminin
Jean Luc Godard’s Masculin Feminin revolves around the story of two strangers, Paul, a military veteran, and an idealist, in search of a job. Paul’s path meets with Madeleine, an aspiring pop singer. The strangers soon fall in love and settle in together. Their relationship often involves their other two roommates. Where society is dealing with commercialism, Madeleine demands fame and success.
3. The Piano Teacher
The Piano Teacher, directed by Michael Haneke is a french psychosexual drama. The film portrays the life of a piano teacher Erika Kohut who lives with her mother. In her early forties, Erika escapes her loneliness and her mother’s influence through porn cinema and peepshows. Her life takes a great turn when she ends up in a relationship with one of her students.
4. Shiva Baby
Shiva Baby, directed by Emma Seligman is a dark comedy. Danielle, a senior year student attends Shiva with her parents. In order to financially support herself, Danielle mingles with a sugar daddy. She finds herself in a claustrophobic environment when she collides with her sugar daddy along with her ex-girlfriend, Maya.
5. Songs My Brothers Taught Me
Chloe Zhao’s Songs My Brothers Taught Me revolves around the life of two siblings. Johnny is a high school senior who is all set to leave his town and move to the city in order to explore opportunities in his life. His life takes a sudden turn when his father passed away. Johnny stays back in town to take care of her 13-year-old sister. Both the sibling explores their lives and redefine the meaning of home together.