MUBI’s June 2024 lineup promises an eclectic mix of cinematic gems spanning diverse genres and eras. Kicking off the month with “Olla” on June 1, the platform offers a blend of classic and contemporary films, ensuring something for every cinephile. Highlights include the Marx Brothers’ iconic comedies “Animal Crackers” (June 2) and “Duck Soup” (June 3) and Federico Fellini’s masterful “8½” (June 20), a cornerstone of world cinema.

Michel Hazanavicius’ “Redoutable” (June 13) provides a biographical glimpse into the life of Jean-Luc Godard, while Lars von Trier’s provocative “Nymphomaniac Volumes I and II” (June 27 & 28) delve deep into themes of sexuality and trauma. Animation enthusiasts will enjoy the classic “Popeye The Sailor Meets Sindbad The Sailor” (June 9), and documentaries such as “The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits Of John Berger” (June 16) offer insightful explorations of influential figures.

This month’s selection also includes critically acclaimed dramas like “Woman At War” (June 5) and “Summertime” (June 24), along with the haunting “The Day After I’m Gone” (June 18). Whether you’re in the mood for introspective narratives or bold storytelling, MUBI’s June collection promises a rich cinematic experience.

This article comprises everything coming to MUBI in June 2024.

MUBI Releases in June 2024:

Redoutable (2017) on June 13

“Redoutable” (2017), directed by Michel Hazanavicius, is a biographical comedy-drama that delves into the tumultuous relationship between iconic French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard and actress Anne Wiazemsky during the late 1960s. The film explores themes of artistic struggle, political activism, and personal transformation against the backdrop of the May 1968 protests in Paris. Critics praised its playful style and Louis Garrel’s performance as Godard, though some found its tone inconsistent.

8 ½ (1963) on June 20

Federico Fellini’s “8½” (1963) is a seminal Italian film that explores themes of artistic paralysis, self-discovery, and the blurred line between reality and imagination. The movie follows Guido Anselmi, a famous director struggling with creative block as he attempts to make a new film. Through surreal and dreamlike sequences, “8½” delves into Guido’s past, his fantasies, and his relationships, revealing his inner conflicts and desires. The film is celebrated for its innovative narrative structure and visual style, capturing the essence of the creative process and the personal turmoil it entails. It remains a landmark in world cinema for its introspective and avant-garde approach.

Nymphomaniac Volumes I and II (2013) on June 27 & 28

Lars von Trier’s “Nymphomaniac Volumes I and II” (2013) is a provocative exploration of sexuality, trauma, and self-acceptance. The films chronicle the life of Joe, a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac, from her early sexual experiences to her later years, narrated to a man named Seligman who finds her injured. Themes of desire, guilt, and societal norms are examined through explicit and often controversial scenes, challenging viewers’ perceptions of morality and identity. The films received polarized reactions; praised for their bold storytelling and performances, particularly by Charlotte Gainsbourg, but also criticized for their explicit content and perceived misogyny.

Everything Coming to MUBI in June 2024

Everything Coming to Mubi in June 2024
You can stream Redoutable (2017) on MUBI – June 13
  • Olla – June 1
  • Animal Crackers – June 2
  • Duck Soup – June 3
  • Ms Slavic 7 – June 4
  • Woman At War – June 5
  • Montparnasse Bienvenüe – June 6
  • Una – June 7
  • Lilting – June 8
  • Popeye The Sailor Meets Sindbad The Sailor – June 9
  • Naseem – June 10
  • Virus Tropical – June 11
  • Eden – June 12
  • Redoutable – June 13
  • Prince Avalanche – June 14
  • The Hitch-Hiker – June 15
  • The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits Of John Berger – June 16
  • Sicillia! – June 17
  • The Day After I’m Gone – June 18
  • 8½ – June 20
  • The Bigamist – June 22
  • The Dead And The Others – June 23
  • Summertime – June 24
  • Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream – June 25
  • Nymphomaniac: Volume I – June 27
  • Nymphomaniac: Volume II – June 28
  • Duvidha – June 29

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