MUBI Founder & CEO Efe Cakarel has confirmed that the online cinema service will arrive on PS3 consoles in Europe this October.
Below is a video preview and details, courtesy of PlayStation Blog:
Like what? MUBI is coming to PS3. Which means your console will become an online cinema.
Cool. Why? Well, most people who are into gaming love cinema, which pretty much answers the question.
When? From October.
Where? Straight to the point! We like that... So, to begin with it will be available in the UK, Ireland, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Australia and New Zealand
How much? Certainly no messing around with you. Ok, an 'all you can watch' monthly subscription is €12.99 / £9.99. Individual films are €3.59 / £2.99 each. Sweet, right?
Can you expand a bit? Sure. Didn't expect that one but I'll improvise. MUBI is an online social cinematheque that will bring the best independent, classic, and international films to your living room. Watch favorites like Amélie, Pan's Labyrinth, and Mulholland Dr. to festival gems and award winners from every festival in the planet.
MUBI is also social; it's not just a virtual cinema but also the cafe next door, where film discussion takes place. You can rate and become a fan of films, share your recommendations on PlayStation Network and Facebook, follow your friends, and get real-time updates on the films they love. That came out right I, thought...
Find out more at http://mubi.com
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