The content is available on the MUBI website and soon will also be available on its Apple and Android apps.
MUBI, the VOD platform for indie films, has announced that it will be giving its subscribers free access to its content library.
The content includes MUBI specials and retrospectives, hand-picked double-bills and other exclusives. The Library is included with a MUBI membership.
The films available now include The 400 Blows, Three Colours: Blue, Eraserhead, Three Colours: Red, Jules and Jim and Lost Highway.
The trending films include Norwegian Wood (2010), Ankur (1974), Red Desert (1964), Pierrot Le Fou (1965) and Party (1984).
The shorts include La Jetee (1962), Meshes Of The Afternoon (1943), Salut Les Cubains (1964), Antoine And Colette (1962) and Outer Space (1999).
Among the documentaries, users can access films including Sans Soleil (1983), The Gleaners And I (2000), The Beaches Of Agnes (2008), Caves Of Forgotten Dreams (2010), and Junun (2015).