Fans of independent cinema can catch brand-new releases from MUBI, Bacurau and The Whalebone Box, and from Curzon, The Truth, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Cunningham and Dogs Don’t Wear Pants. In addition, to celebrate the exclusive release of his new film The Truth, Curzon is also showing a retrospective of the films of director Hirokazu Kore-eda.
There are also ¡Viva! Spanish and Latin American Festival highlights that were due to come to our big screen such as The Awakening of the Ants (MUBI), and with MUBI rentals you can see films you may have missed at HOME such as Leto, Madeline’s Madeline, Knife + Heart, Border, Félicité, and many more.
There will also be additional free access to a dedicated page on the BFI Player website featuring a selection of films specially curated by HOME’s film experts. The titles available include Derek Jarman’s The Garden, originally planned to run alongside the exhibition Derek Jarman Protest! at Manchester Art Gallery in April, which has now been postponed. Also in the curated selection are Vera Chytilová’s Traps, Jonathan Demme’s Stop Making Sense, Paul Wright’s Arcadia, Taika Watiti’s What We Do in the Shadows, Takashi Miike’s Audition and Yasujiro Ozu’s An Autumn Afternoon.
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If you’re a HOME Member or Friend, then you can receive 90 days’ MUBI membership, completely free. Every day the MUBI team hand pick a beautiful new film and you have a whole month to watch it, so there will always be 30 highly curated films to choose from.
If you’d like to become a HOME Member or Friend and get this deal, along with a host of other benefits then sign up here.
Sign up to our newsletter and you will receive a 15% discount on selected Curzon films. Offer lasts 14 days on titles And Then We Danced, Bacurau, Cunningham, Dogs Don’t Wear Pants, End of the Century, Escape from Pretoria, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and The Truth.
HOME have announced the latest way that their Friends and Members can enjoy the benefits of supporting the arts centre from their own homes, with a new partnership with BFI Player.
We have been overwhelmed by the love and support we’ve received since announcing our temporary closure due to the coronavirus crisis. This is a difficult time, and we appreciate everyone who has asked how they can help. If you would like to make a one-off donation, you can do so via our Response Fund here: https://homemcr.org/about/support/donations
Update (21 Nov 2022): Please note, these offers have now ended and are no longer available.