Paul Thomas Anderson's new film Junun will be debuting exclusively on subscription-based streaming service MUBI on 9th October, following its premiere at the New York Film Festival on 8th October.

Earlier this year Anderson (above left) released Inherent Vice, which featured music from sometime collaborator and Radiohead guitarist, Jonny Greenwood (above right); Junun sees the two take a trip to Rajasthan in north-west India alongside another friend, Israeli composer and poet Shye Ben Tzur – their destination: the 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort, where they were hosted by the Maharaja of Jodhpur.

Fun fact: Junun or junoon, in Arabic, Urdu, Hindi and Persian, means "mania" as in the "madness of love".

Here, in a makeshift studio built for the occasion, and accompanied by a whole host of musicians from across the Indian sub-continent, Jonny Greenwood and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich worked on Ben Tzur's album, a collaborative process that took three weeks of musicmaking and filming. This album will be released by Nonesuch.

Earlier this year, back in February in fact, we heard that Jonny Greenwood was also working on his own music in India; the news came via an interview with The Sunday Guardian, in which he mentioned working alongside Ben Tzur at Mehrangarh Fort.

Speaking about the exclusive debut on MUBI, the company's founder and CEO Efe Cakarel said:

"The founding vision of MUBI was to build a place where a director such as Paul Thomas Anderson could premiere a unique film like Junun. To be here today is not only an honor and a significant milestone but a realization of everything we dreamed of in the beginning."

Head on over to MUBI's site for more information.