Can you stream MUBI on Windows?
How to Sign Up and Download MUBI on Windows
- Click here to sign up for MUBI.
- Once you’ve signed up, search for “MUBI” on your Windows to install the MUBI app.
- Once installed, log in using your MUBI credentials.
- You can now stream MUBI on Windows.
How to Sign Up for MUBI on Other Streaming Devices
If you have other devices, you can learn how to sign up for and use MUBI on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
What features are available on MUBI?
Up to 5 Profiles
MUBI allows you to create up to 5 user profiles.
No Parental Controls
Up to 2 Devices
MUBI allows you to stream on up to 2 devices simultaneously.
Only on Android and iOS Apple devices.
Available in more than 190 countries.
The exclusive collection of acclaimed premieres, from MUBI’s favorite filmmakers that are only on the platform include the following: “The Bones” (Chile 2021), “All Hands on Deck” (France 2020), “Four Roads” (France 2021), “Matthias & Maxime” (Canada 2019), “Meeting the Man: James Baldwin in Paris” (UK 1970), and “Malina” (Germany 1991).
MUBI selects a Film of the Day for viewers to discover as well as a weekly list of the top 1,000 films to watch. Other categories include Trending, Women with Movie Cameras, Documentaries, Shorts, Festival Focus, 1960s Masterpieces, In the Mood for Love, MUBI Spotlight, and more.
The most popular films as of now include “Tripping with Nils Frahm” (Germany 2020), “I Like Life a Lot” (Hungary 1977), “Maeve” (UK 1981), “”Parched” (India 2015), “Once Upon a Time in Anatolia” (Turkey 2011), “Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda” (U.S. 2017), “Pierrot Le Fou” (France 1965), “Sweet Thing” (U.S. 2020), and “Laurence Anyways” (Canada 2012).
There are over 130 documentaries that deal with topics such as the creation of art, the balances of power, and social justice.