By Jonathon Dornbush
September 24, 2015 at 12:44 PM EDT
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After debuting at the New York Film Festival, Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film, a 54-minute documentary, will be available to the public courtesy of MUBI, an online streaming service.

MUBI announced that Anderson’s Junun will arrive to its service on midnight Oct. 8 (going into Oct. 9) following the NYFF Oct. 8 premiere. Junun documents Anderson’s trip earlier this year with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur and Radiohead’s Johnny Greenwood to the Mehrangarh Fort in India. They were hosted by the Maharaja of Jodhpur during their stay as they recorded an album.

New York Film Festival director Kent Jones called Junun “a small wonder” when detailing the festival’s upcoming slate. “It’s a real handmade movie and Anderson shot it with a black and white camera. And geez, what an incredible sonic experience.”

For more information on the MUBI premiere, which will require a subscription to watch, head to MUBI’s official site for the film.


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