Discover a world of cinema beyond the imagination
From Fellini to Fincher, Kurosawa to Kubrick, find films from the world’s most celebrated directors and watch the latest critically acclaimed movies from festivals around the world. From this autumn, MUBI – the global video-on-demand platform for foreign and independent films – will be available through the Sony Entertainment Network on BRAVIA TVs, Blu-ray Disc Player, Blu-ray Home Theatre Devices and Network Media Player.
See for yourself with a 30-day free trial
MUBI’s library includes everything from feature length art-house gems to the latest short films from up-and-coming filmmakers. Great films from international film festivals such as Cannes, São Paulo, Berlin and more, are regularly brought into the library with new movies available every week. Sony customers can see for themselves just how much there is to explore with a 30-day free trial available in all regions. Go to http://mubi.com/bravia to activate a 30-day free trial.
Movies from every country, straight to your living room
Imagine the best of the world’s independent and cult cinema streamed right into the home. Access MUBI through Internet enabled televisions, Sony Blu-ray Disc™ Players, Network Media Players or Blu-ray Disc Home Cinema systems. Starting in the UK on 15 September 2011, MUBI will launch in different countries across Europe throughout the autumn.
Join a worldwide community of movie lovers
With MUBI, when the movie’s over, users can discuss the experience among friends. MUBI has an online community of more than 2 million registered users. Users can head online to discuss the film, find out about classics they have missed, or recommend titles to friends.
Edd Uzzell, Proposition Development Manager, Sony UK says: “We’re excited to be working with MUBI and to add their thousands of great titles to the breadth of content already available online through Sony products.”
Efe Cakarel from MUBI says: “These are exciting times for MUBI. I want to watch every great film on my Sony BRAVIA instantly and we are about to start making this a reality.”