Viewers will be able to watch movies on the Mubi video on-demand service on Samsung smart TVs and Blu-ray players.
The Mubi smart TV App is a subscription service that brings viewers a curated collection of 30 films. The service is updated daily.
Samsung will be able to browse the line-up displayed in a magazine format.
For £2.99 per month, subscribers have unlimited streaming of films, including Hunger, Slumdog Millionaire, The Fifth Element, and The Virgin Suicides.
Guy Kinnell, head of TV and AV at Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland, said: “The addition of Mubi to the Samsung Smart Hub not only strengthens our film offering but provides our customers with even more variety, choice and entertainment for their viewing.”
Efe Cakarel, Mubi founder and CEO, said: “We are really excited to be collaborating with Samsung to bring extraordinary films directly to the homes of film lovers across the country. Whether it’s a Cannes winner or a crowd pleaser, Samsung’s award-winning technology and stunning devices are the perfect environment to experience great cinema.”
Mubi will join an ever-growing collection of services available on Samsung Smart TVs such as Spotify, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.