Anuvu and MUBI to bring MUBI’s entertainment to aviation 

High-speed connectivity and mobile entertainment solutions provider Anuvu has entered a strategic partnership with MUBI, the global streaming service, production company and film distributor to represent its content through its global aviation and maritime market distribution network.  

The partners said they will bring a new layer of content diversity to Anuvu’s media library with MUBI’s focus on  emerging and renowned filmmakers from around the world. A selection of MUBI’s content –including films and documentaries – will be available for inflight, maritime, airport lounges, and oil rig distribution globally. 

Recent and upcoming MUBI Releases include Park Chan-wook’s Decision to Leave; Joachim Trier’s The Worst Person in the World; Lukas Dhont’s Close; Céline Sciamma’s Petite Maman; Aftersun from Charlotte Wells; Leos Carax’s Annette; Thomas Hardiman’s Medusa Deluxe; Paul Verhoeven’s Benedetta; and Lars von Trier’s series The Kingdom and The Kingdom Exodus

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“MUBI’s mission to support unique voices and ambitious films from around the world aligns seamlessly with Anuvu’s desire to provide diverse and high-quality content to our customers,” said Estibaliz Asiain, Anuvu SVP media and content. “With Oscar-calibre art house films that are a perfect complement to our current slate of foreign language titles, our partnership addresses a clear need in the industry for content flexible enough to match passenger and crew demographics.” 

MUBI said it makes, acquires, curates, and champions visionary films, connecting them to audiences all over the world via its streaming platform available in 190 countries and film distribution arm. Anuvu’s partnership with MUBI for unique and diverse entertainment is especially important as the mobility market looks to offer a compelling mix of mainstream blockbusters with award-winning and inventive content.  

MUBI’s English and Spanish language podcasts will also be made available as part of the partnership. Passengers and crews will be able to listen to two seasons of the MUBI Podcast as well as multiple special episodes featuring filmmakers like Park Chan-wook. MUBI Podcast: Encuentros is now on its third season and covers leading voices in Latin American cinema and culture.   

“More people are seeking out distinct, quality cinema from filmmakers,” said Bryan Mueller, director of business strategy at MUBI. “It is clear Anuvu recognizes this need and is committed to continually expanding its partnerships to ensure those consumer needs are being met. We are excited to partner with their team to bring our media and content to travelers and crews around the globe.” 

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