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.
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?"
Two Years at Sea
Dir. Ben Rivers
Using 16mm cameras, artist Ben Rivers documents the solitary existence of Jake, a man who lives in isolation in the middle of a remote forest.
The Battle at Elderbush Gulch
Dir. D.W. Griffith
Lillian Gish stars as a young wife-with-child, traveling by stagecoach, in this legendary D.W. Griffith short. When her group is attacked by Native Americans, things go from bad to worse.
Dir. Todd Robinson
WILD BILL HOLLYWOOD MAVERICK explores the life and times of the prolific American filmmaker, William A. Wellman, as well as examining the social fabric of an emerging popular culture that he was helping to construct.
The Man and the Snake
Dir. Sture Rydman
Invited to dine at the home of a boy he's schooling, tutor Harker Brayton is given a full introduction to his host Dr. Druring's unusual hobby as an amateur zoologist. He's absolutely smitten with the slithering species.
The Man Called Noon
Un hombre llamado Noon
The legendary gunslinger Rubel Noon loses his memory after being shot during an ambush.
Tales of the Valley of the Wind
Dir. Damon Packard
Sword fights, sorcery and a chaotic hybrid of influences makes this loose adaptation of Hayao Miyazaki's NAUSICAA a fascinating companion to the original.
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.
A Day at the Beach
Dir. Simon Hesera
Bernie (Mark Burns) is an alcoholic escapist who tries the patience of everybody around him with the exception of his niece (Beatie Edney).
Waiting at the Church
Dir. Edwin S. Porter
WAITING AT THE CHURCH was inspired by a 1906 hit song of the same name, which was often sung by a woman dressed in a wedding gown.
Song at Midnight
Ye ban ge sheng
An exciting Chinese interpretation of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.
Dir. Tetsuro Takeuchi
Ace, a rockabilly fan who really wants to be cool, is on his way to see his favorite rock group, Guitar Wolf, when a strange thing occurs: aliens invade the earth and people start returning to life as flesh-eating zombies!
Dir. Christian Lybrook
When a curious seed arrives in an unmarked envelope, a broken man sets out to uncover its meaning.
Dir. Moussa Sene Absa
Moussa Sene Absa's most recent film dissects the social chaos engulfing much of Africa through the story of an idealistic young politician's rise and fall.
Traveling in search of sights their viewers might never experience in person, the Lumière brothers give us the "thrill" of a real (albeit excerpted) standoff in a large stadium ring.
Full Metal Village
Dir. Sung Hyung Cho
This multi-award winning film explores the relationship of the 1,800 resident townsfolk and the 70,000 heavy metal enthusiasts who appear annually.
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.
Uncle Josh at the Moving Picture Show
Dir. Edwin S. Porter
This is a remake of the 1901 British film by Robert Paul. Porter substituted Edison scenes for the films within the film.
Curtain at Eight
Dir. E. Mason Hopper
Handsome Broadway star Wylie Thornton is shot to death backstage at his own birthday party in front of a dozen witnesses.
Fangs of the Wild
Dir. William Claxton
A grade-schooler has a tendency to tell “tall tales” of his adventures in the forest alongside loyal hound Shep. Thus no one believes him when for once he has something really important to say.
One Touch of Nature
Dir. Ashley Miller
The film's title comes from Shakespeare: "One touch of nature makes the whole world kin." This is just one of many stories from the period that illustrate this dictum.
Angels' Wild Women
Screaming Angels | Commune of Death
A group of tough biker babes leave their cycle gang boyfriends and set out on a rampage of violent passion.
Following Amelia Earhart
Dir. David Hoffman
Linda Finch, the pilot who completed the around-the-world flight attempted by Amelia Earhart, leads viewers on the adventure into Amelia Earhart and her last flight.
The Thrill Killers
Dir. Ray Dennis Steckler
If three homicidal maniacs had escaped from a nearby insane asylum would you pick up a hitchhiker?
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).
Bukowski at Bellevue
In 1970, Charles Bukowski, then little-known, packed his overnight bag and took his first plane ride to the state of Washington to read at Bellevue Community College. This is a record of that occasion.
Men at Work
Kargaran mashgoole karand
MEN AT WORK tells the hilarious story of four old friends who, driving back from a failed skiing trip, encounter a strange and enormous rock.
Dir. Jonn Herschend
The director of a film using the park as a location calls action and a couple walks out of the trees and down the path as a young man yells and follows them to complain about their dog.
Go in the Wilderness
Dir. Elza Kephart
A bold new version of the myth of creation shot against the striking backdrop of Quebec’s remote North Shore.
An introductory short on the work of Will Hindle made for the occasion of a 2005 screening of his films.
Of Dolls and Murder
Dir. Susan Marks
Before forensics, DNA and CSI we had dollhouses: an unimaginable collection of miniature crime scenes, known as the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death.
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.
Thirty Days at Hard Labor
Dir. Oscar Apfel
A faithful adaptation of O. Henry's short story that was presented in "good comedy spirit" according to one enthusiastic reviewer.
Things Happen at Night
Dir. Francis Searle
Adapted from a classic West End farce, THINGS HAPPEN AT NIGHT features a classic cast of British comedy stars trying to banish a mischievous, poltergeist spirit from a stately home.
The King of the Wild Horses
Dir. Fred Jackman
Not your typical western, this film features Black, a powerful and cunning, wild stallion who is the leader of a herd.
One Wild Oat
Dir. Charles Saunders
Humphrey Proudfoot is a class-conscious solicitor whose daughter falls in love with the son of a disreputable greyhound owner Alfred Gilbey who lives in the same apartment building.
Dir. Del Lord
Two hoboes, desperate for something to eat, opt to impersonate a police officer and a baby, two types of diners most likely to get offered freebies. More misadventures follow.
Dir. Charles Marquis Warren
In 1867 Kansas, a veterinarian treats an injured stranger who turns out to have been a guerrilla raider. The veterinarian soon finds himself serving a term in one of the world's most terrifying prisons.
The Malaguena and the Bullfighter
La Malagueña et le torero
In this brief, hand-tinted short featuring the titular Malagueña and a bullfighter, the couple perform a little dance for your viewing pleasure.
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.
The House at the Edge of the Galaxy
Dir. Gleb Osatinski
A lonely boy is taught by a passing Cosmonaut how to plant a "star" to transform his existence. In the process of yearning for the heavens, he discovers that paradise instead resides in his own backyard.
The Shop at Sly Corner
Dir. George King
Desius Heiss is the French-born owner of an antique shop on Sly Corner who bears a grudge against society.
Strike the Enemy on the Front Lines and at Home
Bei vraga na fronte i v tylu
Evil cross-dressing "fascist vipers" with forehead swastikas do their best to subvert the Soviet Union's military and infrastructural strengths.
Into the Middle of Nowhere
Dir. Anna Frances Ewert
INTO THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE looks at the way children explore and perceive reality through their play and imagination in an outdoor nursery in the woods.
The Wild World of Batwoman
Dir. Jerry Warren
At the 1960s height of Batmania, schlock movie master Jerry Warren concocted this way-out tale of Batwoman (Katherine Victor with a bat drawn on her chest with eyeliner).
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
La Rivière du Hibou
On a lonely bridge a group of soldiers prepare for the somber task of hanging one of their countrymen for sabotage, in this Academy Award® winning short.
Travellers and Magicians
Dir. Khyentse Norbu
One of Himalayan Buddhism’s most revered lamas, Khyentse weaves parallel fable-like tales about two men who seek to escape their mundane lives in TRAVELLERS & MAGICIANS.
The Adventures of Dollie
Dir. D.W. Griffith
D.W. Griffith's cinematic debut was already laced with dramatic irony, dynamic staging and deft parallel editing, ingeniously coaxing maximum drama out of the sight of the barrel.