On our 7th birthday, founder Efe Cakarel reflects on the genesis of MUBI and introduces the latest incarnation… See more at mubi.com
Lomography, the magazine, shop and community dedicated to analogue photography, has put together a selection of films on MUBI and invites you take inspiration from them to start making movies and photos of your own.To that end, they’ve introduced Lomokino, a 35mm movie camera: shoot a movie of 144 frames on any 35mm film. What’s more, they’re teaming up with us to stage a fun competition, “Your Movie Scene.” The idea is simple: Recreate a favorite movie scene, snap an analogue photo, tag it and send it in. All the info you need is right here. Prizes? Of course: there are three in all, each packaged with a one-year subscription to MUBI. Again, all details are here. Just 16 days left!
The first 20 MUBI members who follow @MUBIdotcom on Twitter and Tweet “@MUBIdotcom I want to Party.. goo.gl/u9pa” with the hashtag “#MUBI” will receive an invite to our launch party with SONY PlayStation and Little White Lies.
A view from the Venice Film Festival, one of Europe’s most prestigious film festivals.
Photo by Fabrizio Maltese/EF Press/fabriziomaltese.com.
PlayStationEU Blog interviews our CEO Efe Cakarel on the impending launch of the MUBI PS3 application.