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.
Every Man for Himself and God Against All
The Enigma of Kasper Hauser I Jeder für sich und Gott gegen alle
Werner Herzog retells the true story of Kaspar Hauser, a young man who, without explanation or the ability to speak coherently, appears in the middle of Nuremberg in 1828.
Disgusted with for-profit warmongering, a rich industrialist liquidates his assets and relocates his family to a secluded island of peace.
Dir. Eddie Cline
With her winnings from an essay contest, a waitress gets dolled up and goes to a swanky resort to snag a millionaire husband.
A Tale of Two Sisters
Su-mi and Su-yeon return home after an extended hospital stay. Things have not been the same since their mother passed away.
Dir. Chris Taylor
A fascinating look at how American agricultural policy and food culture developed in the 20th century, and how the California food movement rebelled against big agribusiness to launch the local organic food movement.
The Battle of Midway
Dir. John Ford
The stars and director of THE GRAPES OF WRATH re-united under very different circumstances for this undeniably hyperbolic portrait of U.S. Naval forces rallying to defeat Axis conquerors.
Dir. Daniel Kollo Sanou
A comedy telling the story of a World War II veteran who has been trying for more than 50 years to obtain his well-deserved military pension.
Dir. Peter Greenaway
Shot as a pseudodocumentary, this magnum opus dazzlingly details ninety-two case histories of people who have been affected by the VUE (Violent Unknown Event), a mysterious phenomenon related to birds, flying and bizarre invented languages.
Agnes Varda: From Here to There
Dir. Agnès Varda
A five part documentary series that chronicles the indefatigable filmmaker’s travels around the world, meeting friends, artists and filmmakers for an expansive view of the global contemporary art scene.
Meet Him and Die
Pronto ad uccidere
A robbery goes terribly wrong for a hapless criminal Massimo when he tries to break into a jewelry store only to have the steel shutters immediately slam down and lock him inside until the police arrive.
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 Fourth Watch
Dir. Janie Geiser
The ancient Greeks divided the night into four sections; the last section before morning was called the fourth watch.
Dir. Amanda Micheli
DOUBLE DARE is a double-barreled, action-packed documentary about two Hollywood stuntwomen, Jeannie Epper and Zoe Bell.
SNEAK ATTACK is both spiffy sci-fi pastiche and a thrilling exercise in synchronicity.
Fighter in the Wind
A young Korean Taekwondo competitor arrives in Japan near the end of World War II with hopes of being a fighter pilot, but ends up on the streets battling racism, organized crime, American servicemen, and his own fear of failure as a martial artist.
Dir. Lawrence Jordan
What's the place of the human being in the cosmos? More and more we think about what is "beyond." Less and less is art concerned.
If a Tree Falls
On December 7th, 2005, federal agents conducted a nationwide sweep of radical environmentalists involved with the Earth Liberation Front, an organization the FBI has called America's "number one domestic terrorism threat."
If There Be Thorns
Dir. Michael Robinson
A dark wave of exile, incest and magic burns across the tropics, forging a knotted trail into the black hole.
And the Earth Did Not Swallow Him
Y no se lo trago la Tierra
Twelve-year-old Marcos hides under a house, recalling the fragmented, painful memories of his family’s transient life the year before.
His Trysting Places
Dir. Charles Chaplin
The domestic discord of Charlie and his wife stands in stark contrast to the harmonious Ambrose and his wife.
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
Ali Baba et les quarante voleurs
Ali Baba chances upon the Forty Thieves' desert stash-house and steals some of their treasure.
À double tour
Vintner Henri Marcoux brazenly carries on an affair with a beautiful young neighbor right under the nose of his bitter wife Thérèse. As the family's passions ripen, the stage is set for tragedy.
Dir. William Berke
Bank, train and stagecoach heists, plus plenty of ridin' and shootin', pepper this sagebrush saga of a reorganized Jesse James gang, now under the leadership of a man impersonating Jesse's brother Frank James.
Dir. Lawrence Jordan
After GYMNOPEDIES, Lawrence Jordan had wanted to animate a film specifically for a pre-selected piano piece by Erik Satie. MOONLIGHT SONATA is that film.
Spring in a Small Town
Xiao cheng zhi chun
SPRING IN A SMALL TOWN has been critically acclaimed as the best Chinese film of all time and a classic example of 'Eastern' cinema.
You Weren't There
YOU WEREN'T THERE: A HISTORY OF CHICAGO PUNK 1977-1984 looks back on the impact that the Punk movement had on the Windy City.
He Died with a Felafel in His Hand
Dir. Richard Lowenstein
Faithful to the cult novel by John Birmingham upon which it is based, the film follows Danny through a series of shared housing experiences in a succession of cities on the east coast of Australia.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Dir. Lucius Henderson
James Cruze featured as Jekyll/Hyde in this second U.S. film version of the classic novel by Robert Lewis Stevenson. Thanhouser's was the second U. S. film version, after William Selig's production in 1908, but was the first based on the stage adaptation.
Divide and Conquer
The documentary begins immediately after the fall of Poland in October, 1939, as Hitler prepares his formidable Wehrmacht and Luftwaffe for an assault on Denmark and Norway, the Netherlands and Belgium, and finally France.
Dir. Johan Grimonprez
Echoing Orson Welles' F FOR FAKE, Jorge Luis Borges' famous false histories and the collage films of Bruce Connor, DOUBLE TAKE is a unique cinematic fever dream that must be experienced to be believed.
Kung Fu Fighter
Dir. Yip Wing Kin
A young man travels to Shanghai to look for his father and to learn kung fu from him. In the process, he discovers that he has super human strength.
Her Torpedoed Love
Dir. Frank Griffin
Keystone comedienne Louise Fazenda plays a hick with a heart of gold, one ill-used by her layabout husband but fully appreciated by the elderly invalid who employs her as his cook.
The End of Summer
Le temps perdu
Filmed at a summer cottage in the Laurentians north of Montreal, this film briefly permeates the charmed world of the adolescent.
Duo luo tian shi
Set in the neon-washed underworld of present day Hong Kong, FALLEN ANGELS intertwines exhilarating tales of love and isolation, primarily the unconsummated love affair between a contract killer (Leon Lai Ming) and the ravishing female agent (Michele Reis)
I Was There in Color
Dir. Avishai Kfir
I WAS THERE IN COLOR tracks Fred Monosson’s footage from his travels to Europe immediately after WWII, witnessing firsthand the first stirrings of the Zionist state of Israel taking root in British Palestine.
There Once Was an Island
The Day He Arrives
Dir. Hong Sang-soo
Infused with a playfulness and dry wit that recalls the films of Woody Allen and Eric Rohmer, THE DAY HE ARRIVES is a delightful meditation on relationships, filmmaking and the unknowable forces that govern our lives.
His Trust Fulfilled
Dir. D.W. Griffith
HIS TRUST FULFILLED was a sequel, of sorts, to D.W. Griffith's earlier HIS TRUST. Like the earlier film, it has its curious issues that make it both a product of the time when it was made and a century-removed reflection of the era it depicts.
Four Questions for a Rabbi
Dir. Jay Rosenblatt
When Stacey Ross unexpectedly died in 2007, her friends contacted filmmaker Jay Rosenblatt to complete a project she had only just begun.
Two Gates of Sleep
Dir. Alistair Banks Griffin
Somewhere on the Mississippi-Louisiana border, brothers Jack and Louis prepare for their mother’s imminent death.
A young couple learns the cost of courage and the high price of justice when they avenge a murder.
Dir. Charles Avery
Charles Chaplin appears as the overly zealous boxing referee who manages to be on the receiving end of punches in a bout between Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Edgar Kennedy.
A dreamer is seduced by the mystery of the city at night. He leaves his room and goes into the street, where a tram-car carries him away.
El Invierno de Pablo
Through a straightforward depiction of life's everyday moments, the decay of the local mining culture is explored.
Here I Am
Dir. Bruce Baillie
Bruce Baillie’s lyrical portrait of an Oakland school for emotionally disturbed children regards the world of the classroom with open curiosity.
Where There's a Will
Dir. Vernon Sewell
A Cockney family inherits a ramshackle Devon farm. While the rest of the family doesn't want to leave London, father insists.
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.
Koch Brothers Exposed
Dir. Robert Greenwald
A revealing new look at how the billionaire Koch brothers have spent hundreds of millions of dollars trying to twist American values and corrupt our electoral system.
The Four Elements
Dir. Lutz Becker
Rather than offering a contemporary interpretation of history through narration and interviews, filmmaker Lutz Becker allows the disturbing saga of German fascism to unfold on its own terms.
Still Life with Woman and Four Objects
Dir. Lynne Sachs
A film portrait that falls somewhere between a painting and a prose poem, a look at a woman’s daily routines and thoughts via an exploration of her as a “character”.
Lee: Beyond the Battles
Dir. Drew Perkins
Using contemporary on-location footage, re-enactors, photographic and portrait stills this PBS production gives the viewer a glimpse of Robert E. Lee the man.
The War of 33
Letters from Beirut
THE WAR OF 33 is an intimate, personal and powerful telling of the story of the 2006 war in Lebanon.
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.
A Swedish Midsummer Sex Comedy
A SWEDISH MIDSUMMER SEX COMEDY is a heartfelt, ensemble, romantic comedy set in an idyllic Swedish summer.
American Falls from Above, American Side
Niagara Falls was one of the first places to be visited by Edison's team but the films were not entirely satisfactory. With more experience and better technology, they returned to film the falls (resulting in this short).
Road to Nowhere
Dir. Monte Hellman
There's a murky tenuous balance between reality and fiction; particularly when it involves a beautiful young woman, murder, a powerful politico, a missing fortune and suicide.