MUBI Unveils June 2022 Lineup – The Film Stage

MUBI’s U.S. lineup for next month has been unveiled, including some essential recent releases, notably James Vaughan’s Friends and Strangers, Radu Muntean’s Întregalde, Alice Diop’s We (Nous), the Isabel Sandoval-led short The Actress, Ougie Pak’s Clytaemnestra, and the new restoration of Hong Sangsoo’s Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors.
As part of Pride month and fitting as his latest film arrives, Andrew Ahn’s Spa Night is among the selections, alongside And Then We Danced, Being 17, and Lilting. Lee Chang-dong’s Burning, a pair of films by Hirokazu Kore-eda, and Kim Bora’s House of Hummingbird are also in the lineup.
Check out the lineup below and get 30 days free here.
June 1 – Wet Sand, directed by Elene Naveriani | Viewfinder | Pride
June 2 – And Then We Danced, directed by Levan Akin | Pride Unprejudiced: LGBTQ+ Cinema
June 3 – Friends and Strangers, directed by James Vaughan | MUBI Spotlight
June 4 – Final Set, directed by Quentin Reynaud 
June 5 – I Wish, directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda |  Hirokazu Koreeda: A Double Bill
June 6 – The Third Murder, directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda |  Hirokazu Koreeda: A Double Bill
June 7 – Hockney, directed by  Randall Wright | Portrait of An Artist
June 8 – The Actress, directed by  Andrew Ondrejcak | Brief Encounters | Pride
June 9 – Spa Night, directed by Andrew Ahn | Pride Unprejudiced: LGBTQ+ Cinema
June 10 – Moneyboys, directed by C.B. Yi |  Debuts | Pride
June 11 – Person to Person, directed by  Dustin Guy Defa
June 12 –Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, directed by Hong Sang-soo |  Solving Puzzles: The Cinema of Hong Sang-soo
June 13 –  The Demons of Dorothy, directed by Alexis Langlois |  Artist Focus: Alexis Langlois
June 14 –  Terror, Sisters!, directed by Alexis Langlois | Artist Focus: Alexis Langlois
June 15 –  Clytaemnestra, directed by Ougie Pak 
June 16 – The Nile Hilton Incident, directed by  Tarik Saleh
June 17 – Burning, directed by Lee Chang-dong
June 18 – Being 17, directed by  André Téchiné | Pride Unprejudiced: LGBTQ+ Cinema
June 19 – Nina Wu, directed by Midi Z 
June 20 – Winter Adé, directed by  Helke Misselwitz |  Helke Misselwitz TBC
June 21 – White God, directed by  Kornél Mundruczó
June 22 –  Our Bodies Are Your Battlefields, directed by Isabelle Solas | Viewfinder | Pride
June 23 –  Piranhas, directed by  Claudio Giovannesi
June 24 –  Întregalde, directed by Radu Muntean | MUBI Spotlight 
June 25 – Lilting, directed by  Hong Khaou |  Pride Unprejudiced: LGBTQ+ Cinema
June 26 – Sunshine Superman, directed by  Marah Strauch |  The Unusual Subjects
June 27 –  Who’s Afraid of the Bogeyman, directed by Helke Misselwitz | Helke Misselwitz TBC
June 28 – House of Hummingbird, directed by  Kim Bora
June 29 – We (Nous), directed by  Alice Diop
June 30 –  Rodents of Unusual Size, directed by  Chris Metzler, Jeff Springer, Quinn Costello | The Unusual Subjects

After graduating from Hampshire College with a degree in music theory, Leonard Pearce turned his passions to film and writing. He lives in upstate NY with his wife Laura and cat Tardi.

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