The Fandor Channel
Welcome to our ultimate non-stop movie mixtape. Our curators have queued up a continuous selection of films that play all day, every day, year-round. Come back anytime to see what's playing! If you're interested in something on the schedule, just click on it to start it from the beginning or add it to your queue.
Crash My Funeral
CRASH MY FUNERAL is a surreal comedy about a scriptwriter who employs drastic measures in an attempt to pull his movie back on track.
This is My Show
Dir. Lori Felker
WORKING WITH NATURE can be grueling and painful, but your host Adrienne Edmunds is ready to walk you through what it takes to perfect and control your surroundings.
Da wu sheng
A story of honor, love and revenge set against the backdrop of the Chinese opera during its heyday in 1920s Shanghai, MY KINGDOM centers on two sworn brothers and their quest to regain their master’s honor.
Loneliness Is Soul
Two young women (Meeka Schmalle and Jessica Heidt) rent an Oakland apartment where an itinerate musician (John Balquist) occasionally crashes.
Yard Work is Hard Work
Dir. Jodie Mack
A musical that explores, in glorious color and song, the simultaneous disillusionment and hope of eternal love in the face of an economic crisis.
Dir. Paul Freedman
Paul Freedman's latest film profiles American servicemen and women who are struggling to readjust to life away from combat.
Max Kennedy and the American Dream
Dir. Vikram Zutshi
Casting a penetrating light on the U.S./Mexico border issue, Max's story is a telling insight into human trafficking, first-world poverty and right-wing hate politics.
Dir. Scott Thurman
In Austin, Texas, fifteen people influence what is taught to the next generation of American children.
Sightseeing Through Whisky
Pauvre John ou les aventures d'un buveur de whiskey
A group of modern Parisians are on a tour of ancient ruins. The group's lackey falls behind and helps himself to a few swallows of whiskey, enough to bring him fantastic visions.
The Sensation of Sight
Dir. Aaron Wiederspahn
In an awe-inspiring fusion of dream/reality, this off-beat drama about man's search for meaning amidst the ache of despair chronicles Finn (David Strathairn), a middle-aged English teacher, as he enters a mid-life crisis impelled by a recent tragedy.
The Last Mogul
The Life and Times of Lew Wasserman
If Hollywood was Mount Olympus," says movie industry lobbyist Jack Valenti in Barry Avrich's THE LAST MOGUL: THE LIFE & TIMES OF LEW WASSERMAN, "then Lew Wasserman was Zeus.
Dir. Lewis D. Collins
This infamous classroom cautionary short tells the sad tale of Jeanne who, after a long hospital stay, sits alone in her bedroom while her peers frolic outside, wondering, "Who would want to go out with me now?"
I'll See You in My Dreams
Te veré en mis sueños
The most expensive short film ever produced in Portugal also happens to be a two-fisted Cinemascope zombie epic.
A Gangster's Saga
MY WAY is a searing emotional crime drama set in Barcelona. Marc is a small-time hustler on the run from the mob after a drug deal goes awry.
This is Nowhere
THIS IS NOWHERE humorously captures the essence of American attitudes toward nature, equality, and civic values as it documents RV travelers' interactions with landscape, technology, communities, and each other.
The Future is Bright
Dir. Jodie Mack
As with forebears like Len Lye and Oskar Fischinger, Mack's frame-by-frame animation translates line, texture and rhythm into pure kinetic energy.
A Rubberband is an Unlikely Instrument
Dir. Matt Boyd
A RUBBERBAND IS AN UNLIKELY INSTRUMENT is a lyrical exploration of a Brooklyn couple as they navigate their path amidst rapidly changing political, social, financial and spiritual landscapes.
Dir. Christopher Young
A Marine narrowly escapes death to return to a place as foreign and confusing as Iraq. When no one greets him at the airport, he sets out for the wilderness. But the people he meets start to form a new sense of home.
H is for House
Dir. Peter Greenaway
Returning to the house in his earlier film WINDOWS, Peter Greenaway demonstrates his love of the English countryside and displays a distinctive (if rare) autobiographical self with H IS FOR HOUSE.
Twelve-year-old Itamar has a deep passion for ice skating. However, he is slowly losing his hearing, which forces him away from his singular passion.
The Last Bolshevik
Le tombeau d'Alexandre
Based on the life and work of the Russian film director Alexander Medvedkin, THE LAST BOLSHEVIK is a tribute from one filmmaker to another.
The Last Headbanger
Dir. Ari Gold
The long tawny locks of a rocker dude past his sell-by date still cascade in the breeze like it is “Hair Metal Heaven” (circa 1987) in this enigmatic short.
Sam runs into Lacey walking her dog in the park. She doesn’t seem too thrilled to see him. But he is really, really thrilled to see Choo-Choo.
Ain't In It for My Health
Dir. Jacob Hatley
Director Jacob Hatley's intimate documentary finds Levon Helm at home in Woodstock, NY, in the midst of creating his first studio album in 25 years.
One is Business, the Other Crime
Dir. D.W. Griffith
D.W. Griffith's inventive approach in this remarkable short film covers two simultaneous stories of two couples and how their lives unexpectedly intersect.
Lou Ye Gui Gen
In this soulful and humane comedy, Zhao, a middle-aged construction worker, struggles to fulfill a dying co-worker's last wish to be buried in China's Three Gorges region.
Buster Keaton evidently got the idea for THE PLAYHOUSE from a vaudeville appearance by Annette Kellerman in front of one hundred mirrors.
Aus dem Leben der Hildegard von Bingen
New German Cinema auteur Margarethe von Trotta reunites with recurrent star Barbara Sukowa to bring the story of the extraordinary Hildegard von Bingen to life.
The Last Big Thing
Dir. Dan Zukovic
From a bland tract house on the outskirts of Los Angeles, Simon Geist (with occasional help from his platonic girlfriend Darla) wages war against all of modern American popular culture.
Kafka's Last Story
Dir. Sagi Bornstein
Nearly a century after Franz Kafka’s untimely death, the fate of his invaluable manuscripts is at the heart of a heated debate involving millions of dollars and political wrangling between Israel and Germany.
My Son's Wedding to My Sister-in-Law
Dir. Jim McBride
In essence an extension of MY GIRLFRIEND'S WEDDING, the thematically related MY SON'S WEDDING TO MY SISTER-IN-LAW allows Jim McBride to take the “diary film” genre and turn it inside-out. Then he inverts it again.
Light of My Eyes
Luce dei miei occhi
Only through a chance encounter with Maria, a woman struggling to hold onto her daughter and her business, does Antonio, a rootless chauffer in Rome, discover a hope that's been lacking in his detached existence.
This Is Not a Movie
Dir. Olallo Rubio
A twisted, apocalyptic satire, THIS IS NOT A MOVIE envisions the end of the world through the bipolar mind of a strung-out pop-culture addict.
Any Friend of Nicholas Nickleby Is a Friend of Mine
Dir. Ralph Rosenblum
A man who calls himself Charles Dickens whirls through town and somewhere in the imagination of a 12-year-old boy and the loving eyes of a lady who would prefer to be known as Emily Dickinson comes a wondrous change that will affect their lives forever.
House of Whipcord
There is a large and old home just a few hours drive from London. A home that use to be a house of corrections, where bad girls were brought and bad girls were punished for crimes against society.
The House with Closed Shutters
Dir. D.W. Griffith
D.W. Griffith throws an exciting wrench in this otherwise conventional Civil War melodrama when a proud daughter of the confederacy takes her coward brother’s place on the battlefield.
The wanderings begin in the late 1950s when Lawrence Jordan joined the U.S. Merchant Marines and sailed through stormy and serene weather to the Orient.
Before Your Eyes
Min Dit I The Children of Diyarbakir
Ten-year-old Gulistan and her brother Firat live in the heart of Turkish Kurdistan. Tragedy strikes when their parents are shot down by paramilitary gunmen before their very eyes.
The Last Homecoming
O teleftaios gyrismos
During the course of what seems to be an idyllic Mediterranean summer, a Greek Cypriot family are asked to re-evaluate their relationships, as compelling desires and needs are beginning to unfold. Passions, infidelities and betrayal emerge.
Dir. Ira Sachs
Ira Sachs pays tribute to a lost generation of New York artists and writers with a montage comprised entirely of shots of building exteriors (the last addresses of twenty New York artists and writers who died of AIDS).
My Financial Career
Dir. Gerald Potterton
An animated film based on Stephen Leacock's witty account of a young man's first brush with banking.
Dir. Jon Moritsugu
Evoking the band-in-the-making masterpiece LADIES & GENTLEMEN, THE FABULOUS STAINS, MY DEGENERATION is the story of three young women and their nascent band, Bunny Love.
This is What Democracy Looks Like
THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE weaves the footage of over 100 videographers into a gripping document of what really happened on Seattle's streets during the WTO protests in November 1999.
Fela Kuti: Music is the Weapon
Shot in Lagos at the peak of his career in 1982, this documentary contains interviews with Fela detailing his thoughts on politics, Pan-Africanism, music and religion.
House of the Sleeping Beauties
Das Haus der schlafenden Schönen
Edmond, a man in his sixties whose wife has recently passed away, is told about a secret establishment where men can spend an entire night in bed alongside beautiful, sleeping young women, who stretch, roll over and dream, but never awaken.
The Haunted House
Buster Keaton, on the run, hides in an abandoned house where a visiting opera company of "Faust" also seeks refuge.
The Visible Compendium
Dir. Lawrence Jordan
Lawrence Jordan's THE VISIBLE COMPENDIUM is a catalog of "possible experiences, some at normal time, some speeded up or slowed down, some continuous, others broken up."
The Eye of Vichy
L'oeil de Vichy
THE EYE OF VICHY is a brilliantly chosen compilation of long forgotten film footage and newsreels produced by the Nazis and French collaborators during World War Two.
The Last Fighters
THE LAST FIGHTERS accompanies the six last surviving Warsaw Ghetto uprising fighters, all over eighty years old, between 2003-2006.
The Last Decade of Steam
Dir. Michael Muter
THE LAST DECADE OF STEAM features mainline steam operations during the last 10 years of regular steam operations in New South Wales, Australia.
Love Stories My Grandmother Tells
Dir. Dana Plays
A portrait of Peggy Regler, the ninety year old paternal grandmother of filmmaker Dana Plays, reminiscing about her love affairs and significant relationships.
Catch My Disease
Ben Lee: Catch My Disease
Charming, intelligent and iconoclastic, Ben Lee is an Australian singer-songwriter whose creative growth since his early adolescence has undergone almost relentless media scrutiny.
A Little Present (For My Friend Columbus the Explorer)
Dir. Stephanie Barber
A LITTLE PRESENT is suggesting (or questioning) ever so gently the effects (both positive and negative) that exploring has on that which is being explored.
Something Is Killing Tate
Dir. Leon Lozano
Days before his birthday and weeks before his wedding, Tate Bradley, a twenty-five year old man, attempts to commit suicide. He survives the ordeal but it is obvious that SOMETHING IS KILLING TATE. The question is, “What?”
Light is Waiting
Dir. Michael Robinson
A very special episode of television's FULL HOUSE devours itself from the inside out, excavating a hypnotic nightmare of a culture lost at sea.
House of Fury
Jing mo gaa ting
Chinese chiropractor Teddy is a widower struggling to raise his sullen teenage son Nicky and his wild daughter Natalie. Teddy's kids are deeply embarrassed by their Dad's outlandish tales of his glory days.
House of Flames
A Japanese “Drama of the Absurd.” A young village woman is torn between two suitors. Out of anguish, she decides to destroy herself. Although her intentions are pure, her death reverberates with shocking consequences.
As Others See Us
Dir. Marie Harrington
Are you dressed correctly? Are you eating properly? No. You are doing it all wrong. This short will correct your behavior. Or else!
Squint Your Eyes
We'll Keep Our Eyes Peeled
Billed as “a cinema-propaganda poster,” this 1927 short advocates the purchase of government bonds as a means to combat a British trade embargo.
The Angola 3
Black Panthers and the Last Slave Plantation
THE ANGOLA 3 tells the gripping story of Robert King Wilkerson, Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox, men who have endured solitary confinement longer than any known living prisoner in the United States.
The Last Trick
Poslední trik pana Schwarcewalldea a pana Edgara
Two magicians perform an escalating series of tricks, most of which involve strange objects entering or exiting their plaster heads.