The video-on-demand service join the service alongside a “huge range of international and foreign language TV apps”, including France 24, Cinefun TV, Brazil TV and CaribBe TV, according to EE.
Mubi offers a curated, on-demand film service, focused around independent and foreign cinema. The firm recently agreed deals with Sony Pictures, eOne, StudioCanal and Icon films.
“We are really excited to be able to expand MUBI to such a wide audience as the EE TV community. We are looking forward to offering EE customers a variety of the best films, from multi award-wining movies to action blockbusters, classic renown gems or incredible comedies,” said Efe Cakarel, founder and CEO of Mubi.
UK mobile operator EE announced the new content as part of a mobile-focused update to its EE TV service.
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