MUBI has quickly become one of the most popular streaming services for filmmakers and cinephiles alike, thanks to its incredibly unique collection of independent and arthouse films. Joining me this week to discuss the platform at length is Daniel Kasman, MUBI's Vice President of Content.
Based out of MUBI’s New York office and one of the first to join the company over 12 years ago, Daniel spearheads MUBI’s global content acquisitions and programming. He also supports the U.S. team in developing partnerships with organizations such as Film at Lincoln Center, New York Film Festival, International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, and the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, among others.
Throughout our discussion Daniel outlines the philosophy behind MUBI, how filmmakers can utilize the platform as an educational tool, the intricacies of their curation process and much more.
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