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.
OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies
OSS 117: Le Caire, nid d'espions
After a fellow agent and close friend is murdered, Hubert is ordered to take his place at the head of a poultry firm in Cairo. This is to be his cover while he investigates Jack's death and brokers peace in the Middle East.
Spoofing archaic stage melodramas (and adapted from a comic strip), handsome Harry protects the honor of Beautiful Belinda from rival suitor Relentless Rudolph.
Meet John Doe
Dir. Frank Capra
A letter written by a discharged journalist as a publicity stunt unexpectedly fires the imagination of the newspaper's readers and the wider American public.
The Magic Sun
Dir. Phill Niblock
Composer, photographer and filmmaker Phill Niblock's classic of experimental underground filmmaking with a sensational soundtrack by pianist Sun Ra and the members of his Solar Arkestra.
Nightmares in Red, White and Blue
Dir. Andrew Monument
NIGHTMARES IN RED, WHITE AND BLUE is a comprehensive history of the American horror film that aims right for the jugular.
DAY DREAMS has as its structure a series of comparisons between how Buster Keaton's sweetheart interprets his letters to her versus the reality of his efforts to make good.
House on Haunted Hill
Dir. William Castle
Eccentric millionaire Fredrick Loren and his fourth wife Annabelle have invited five people to the HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, an old mansion with a murderous history, for a "Haunted House" party.
Dir. Chuck Hudina
The mating rites and wisdoms of the all-American grease-ball and hair-hopper are revealed in this documentary-style duel of the sexes.
OSS 117: Lost in Rio
OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus
The pride of French intelligence, Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath (code named OSS 117) has a new mission that takes him to the Bossa Nova Brazil of the 1960’s.
Dir. Craig Baldwin
A maniac montage of pop-cultural amusements, cowboy iconography and advertising imagery is re-contextualized within the contemporary geopolitical crisis in this scathing critique of U.S. cultural and political imperialism.
My Breakfast with Blassie
In characteristic Andy Kaufman style, he and professional wrestler "Classy" Freddie Blassie run a parody of MY DINNER WITH ANDRE in this hilarious film.
SILENT LIGHT tells the story of Johan, a married man who against the laws of his faith and traditional beliefs, falls in love with another woman.
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.
After he's nearly mowed down by yet another student hot-rodder "peeling and wheeling around" during the daily lunch break, Jerry takes the issue to his student government representatives.
Dir. Per Lindberg
When Kerstin Norback (Bergman) is shot and gravely wounded by her lover, the trial causes a public scandal, forcing her to move to Stockholm under an assumed name.
An unnamed woman suddenly finds herself cut off from all human contact when an invisible, unyielding wall inexplicably surrounds the countryside where she is vacationing.
Cracks Between the Stones
Dir. Janis Crystal Lipzin
The recurring tone of an old filmstrip signals to the viewer the outmoded nature of the educational narration we hear about the native peoples of North America in this Janis Crystal Lipzin creation.
Garbo: The Spy
Garbo El espía
The Allies called him Garbo. The Nazis dubbed him Alaric. Both sides in World War II were sure Juan Pujol Garcia was their man.
Dir. Frederick Sullivan
An innocent man is accused and convicted of murder, and when the facts finally surface, the innocent man's sister sets about trapping the guilty party.
JOHN'S GONE is a fever dream comedy. John sells things online, cheats off dollar stores, needs friends but settles for strangers, has roaches. He is punch drunk, not with love but something far more strange and lost. One can only say John's gone.
Meet Mr. Callaghan
Dir. Charles Saunders
Slim Callaghan ballasts as convoluted and bemused a detective tale as THE BIG SLEEP with equally swanky women and a protagonist whose accent is swankier.
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.
When Spirit Meets Action
FIERCE LIGHT is a feature-length documentary that captures the excitement of Spiritual Activism that is catalyzing the planet.
Dir. James Fotopoulos
Completed in 2000, THE SUN beguilingly cross-cuts between a beautiful woman, uncomfortably waiting, and the sun-drenched outdoors.
One Naked Night
The Long Hot Night
ONE NAKED NIGHT follows the life of a young woman who is trying to avoid falling into the same trap that led to her mother’s suicide; prostitution.
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.
Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard
Dir. Seymour Friedman
When enemy agents obtain leaked secrets about a guided missile reservation, the chief of America's counterspy division and Scotland Yard's best investigator get on an investigative trail.
Dir. Marc Petitjean
At 89, Doctor Hida, a survivor of the 1945 atomic bomb at Hiroshima, continues to care for some of the other quarter of a million survivors.
Dir. Romolo Guerrieri
The legendary folk hero from the Johnny Cash song comes to life on screen in this tale of brutal revenge, betrayal and six-gun action.
The Electric House
Torkild, a bumbling petty criminal, and his accomplices decide to flee with the loot and head for Barcelona. After their van breaks down in the Danish countryside, they find refuge in an abandoned building.
A Day with Timmy Page
This charming and funny short takes as its subject a bright and articulate thirteen year old who aspires to be a filmmaker.
Saturday Night Out
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.
Dir. Robert Young
Harold Krebs (Richard Backus) went off to fight World War I, “the war to end all wars.” Then he came home and found himself wishing it had never ended.
David Harding, Counterspy
Dir. Ray Nazarro
Howard St. John is the Washington DC-based David Harding, head of a covert counter-espionage organization, charged with preventing top-secret scientific information from reaching the hands of America's enemies around the world.
CONVICT 13 pushes boundaries with the darkness of its comedy, particularly the scene in which Buster Keaton is about to be hanged in prison while his fellow inmates sit as spectators cheering on the proceedings.
Dir. Jim Loftus
With inter-twining stories detailing the unscrupulous rules that govern foreign espionage after the Cold War, TRADE ROUTES is a brazen look at current international politics and American foreign policy.
Nugget Jim's Pardner
Dir. Frank Borzage
Frank Borzage, the first person to ever win the Academy Award for Best Director, appears as the lead actor in this 1916 film.
Anton Corbijn: Inside Out
Dir. Klaartje Quirijns
An intimate and revealing portrait examining the youth and current life of influential artist Anton Corbijn.
Philips Broadcast of 1938
Dir. George Pal
This astonishing advertising film made in 1938 for Philips Radio in Holland is the work of a brilliant animation pioneer, George Pal.
Made in 1944 but not publicly shown until 1946, well after the war's end, this is one of the most fascinatingly idiosyncratic of the many movies produced by the U.S. military during WWII.
The Light Thief
In this colorful modern-day parable of good and evil, a humble village electrician devotes his compassion and ingenuity to destitute neighbors in a wind-swept valley of Kyrgyzstan.
Dir. Bruce Baillie
Legendary filmmaker Bruce Baillie's first film, shot in San Francisco. A combination documentary and fantasy starring Baillie's "lovely friend" Miss Wong.
As long as people can remember, the sun only releases a few pathetic rays for fifteen seconds before noon. The rest of the time, the world is plunged into a night without end, a permanent eclipse.
Surprise Attack on a House at Daybreak
Dir. Alice Guy-Blaché
As the title of this Alice Guy war-themed short describes, there is a surprise attack on (or near) a house. With no particular set-up for the action, it is up to the viewer to decide why these men are here and why there are on the attack.
The Well-Digger's Daughter
La fille du puisatier
THE WELL-DIGGER'S DAUGHTER tells the sweeping saga of single father and well-digger Pascal Amoretti, who is raising a small army of young girls in the Provençal countryside.
This Unnameable Little Broom
Gilgamesh, a grotesque fascist hydrocephalic child despot on a tricycle, sends a prostitute to seduce the wild man of the forest.
Cutting the Pain
In March 2002 an IDF tank ran over an explosive device in Gaza. Matan Berman, the dog handler that accompanied the unit, became shell-shocked following the event.
Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger
Dir. Cathy Randall
Esther Blueburger's quest begins when she escapes from her Bat Mitzvah party and is befriended by Sunni, the effortlessly cool girl who is everything Esther thinks she wants to be.
Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pride
Dr. Pyckle creates a potion whose absorption turns him into a sadistic and perverse monster: Mr. Pride.
Dir. D.W. Griffith
D.W. Griffith explores the intersection between melodrama and comedy in this silent short set in a boarding house. The "sunbeam" of the title is a little girl who is able to bring light in to the lives of a spinster and a bachelor.
Dir. Nicole Quinn
Told as three short movies, RACING DAYLIGHT is the story of Sadie Stokes (Melissa Leo) who's returned to the family farm to care for her catatonic Grandma (Leclanche Durand). There have always been Stokes in Cedarsville. Sadie and Grandma are the last.
And We All Shine On
Dir. Michael Robinson
An ill wind is transmitting through the lonely night, spreading deception and myth along its murky path, singing the dangers of the mediated spirit.
Night Across the Street
La noche de enfrente
On the verge of a forced retirement, Don Celso, an elderly office worker, begins to relive both real and imagined memories from his life.
New York of Today
In the early 1900s, various film companies made short films showing tourist scenes. This print was made for the German market and shows Coney Island, Times Square and other New York landmarks.
Dir. Guy Maddin
In a house haunted with memories, gangster and father Ulysses Pick (Jason Patric) arrives home after a long absence, towing the body of a teenaged girl and a bound and gagged young man.
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.