Campaign India Team
Sep 24, 2021

Mubi partners with Amazon Prime Video in India

Will enable subscribers to watch Mubi’s content across the globe

Mubi partners with Amazon Prime Video in India
Global film streaming service, Mubi, has announced its collaboration with Amazon Prime Video, India. 
 
The former’s library of over 800 films will be available on the latter’s video channels, with add-on subscriptions to Prime members in India. 
 
This will enable subscribers to watch Mubi’s content across the globe via smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire tablets, Apple TV, and multiple gaming devices.
 
Members can also download movies on their devices and watch it offline at no additional cost.
 
Svetlana Naudiyal, director of content, Mubi India, said, “MUBI India has been offering a collection of critically acclaimed and award-winning international and Indian cinema since its launch in 2019 across multiple devices. This new partnership with Amazon Prime Video, will bring Mubi’s content to an even larger audience across the country. We can’t wait to help more people discover and experience not only more International cinema but also the work of many Indian filmmakers who they may not have had access to before.” 
 
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