In July 2024, MUBI presents a promising lineup for cinephiles, an array of cinematic experiences spanning genres and geographies. From intimate character studies to bold explorations of music and culture, the streaming platform continues its tradition of curating thought-provoking and eclectic films.

The month kicks off with a double feature from director Paul Schrader, known for his incisive portrayals of sin and moral ambiguity. “The Canyons” and “Dog Eat Dog” delve into dark corners of human behavior, offering gritty narratives that blur the lines between right and wrong. Meanwhile, Jorge Jacome’s “Shrooms” invites viewers into a realm of surrealism and brief encounters, promising a journey through fleeting moments of connection and mystery.

Ethan Hawke steps behind the camera in “Blaze,” a biographical film that turns up the volume on the life of musician Blaze Foley. This addition to MUBI’s “Turn it Up: Music on Film” series promises not only a celebration of Foley’s artistry but also a reflection on the power of music to shape lives. Similarly, Michael Tyburski’s “The Sound of Silence” explores the intersection of sound and emotion in a unique narrative that resonates long after the credits roll.

Alex Ross Perry’s “Queen of Earth” shifts gears with a psychological drama that plunges deep into the complexities of female friendship and mental health. In contrast, Duncan Jones’ mind-bending thriller “Source Code” challenges perceptions of reality and time, keeping audiences on the edge of their seats with its high-stakes premise.

Richard Linklater’s groundbreaking “Boyhood” offers a time-lapse of adolescence, filmed over twelve years with the same cast, capturing the essence of growth and change in a poignant coming-of-age story. Matt Wolf’s “Teenage” then explores the cultural evolution of youth, blending archival footage and reenactments to depict the emergence of the modern teenager.

Moving into July, Kit Zauhar’s “Actual People” and “This Closeness” invite introspection with their intimate narratives, while Fatih Akin’s “Crossing the Bridge – The Sound of Istanbul” celebrates the vibrant musical landscape of Istanbul, revealing the city’s soul through its eclectic soundscape.

Yann Demange’s “Dammi” and Luke Lorentzen’s “A Still Small Voice” continue the month’s exploration of human connection and narrative innovation, each offering a distinct perspective on life’s nuances and complexities. Closing out the month, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s episodic masterpiece “Penance” delves into themes of grief, guilt, and redemption, showcasing the director’s mastery in crafting haunting narratives that linger in the mind.

In “Life Is Not a Competition, But I’m Winning,” Julia Fuhr Mann rounds off July with a wry exploration of modern life’s absurdities, offering a humorous yet poignant commentary on contemporary existence.

In this article, we have compiled all the titles that will be available on MUBI for streaming in July 2024.

Everything Coming to MUBI in July 2024

Everything Coming to Mubi in July 2024

July 1st

– The Canyons, directed by Paul Schrader | Sin Cities and Uncanny Valleys: Two by Paul Schrader
– Dog Eat Dog, directed by Paul Schrader | Sin Cities and Uncanny Valleys: Two by Paul Schrader
– Shrooms, directed by Jorge Jacome | Brief Encounters
– Blaze, directed by Ethan Hawke | Turn it Up: Music on Film
– The Sound of Silence, directed by Michael Tyburski | Turn it Up: Music on Film
– Queen of Earth, directed by Alex Ross Perry
– Source Code, directed by Duncan Jones
– Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater
– Teenage, directed by Matt Wolf

July 3rd

– Actual People, directed by Kit Zauhar | Must We Mean What We Say?: Two by Kit Zauhar
– This Closeness, directed by Kit Zauhar | Must We Mean What We Say?: Two by Kit Zauhar

July 5th

– Crossing the Bridge – The Sound of Istanbul, directed by Fatih Akin | Rediscovered

July 12th

– Dammi, directed by Yann Demange | Brief Encounters

July 19th

– A Still Small Voice, directed by Luke Lorentzen | Latest & Greatest

July 26th

– Penance: Episode 1 – ‘French Doll,’ directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
– Penance: Episode 2 – ‘PTA Rinji Soukai,’ directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
– Penance: Episode 3 – ‘Kuma No Kyoudai, directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
– Penance: Episode 4 – ‘To Tsuki To Oka,’ directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
– Penance: Episode 5 – ‘Tsugunai, directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
– Life Is Not a Competition, But I’m Winning, directed by Julia Fuhr Mann

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