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.
Sophia Loren plays Giovanna, a steel-willed Italian woman on a desperate search to find her husband Antonio (Marcello Mastroianni), who has gone missing on the WWII battlefields of Russia.
East Side Summer
Dir. Rudy Burckhardt
Rudy Burckhardt's color portrait of Manhattan's East Side strolls along at an easy pace befitting blue skies and Thelonious Monk's piano score.
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Ieri, oggi, domani
YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW is a sparklingly original comedy that casts Marcello Mastroianni and Sophia Loren in three different stories throughout Italy.
Surprise Attack on a House at Daybreak
Dir. Alice Guy
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.
Dir. Tim Sutton
Tim Sutton’s debut feature, likened to films by Gus Van Sant and Pedro Costa, follows a laconic teenager (Max) who moves from an idyllic lakeside town to his father’s home in arid suburban Arizona.
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.
Fiona accidentally gets locked into a walk-in freezer. She escapes the next morning, half frozen and barely alive, only to realize that her husband and two children didn't even notice she was missing.
Leave It to the Marines
Dir. Sam Newfield
Quintessential schnook Sid Melton, looking for the license bureau so that he can marry his girl Mara Lynn, instead stumbles upon a Marine recruiting office and ends up in uniform.
Kings of Pastry
The blue, white and red striped collar worn on the jackets of the winners is more than the ultimate recognition for every pastry chef, it is a dream and an obsession.
This experimental Western features an aging female gunslinger seeking revenge, who through the un-hinging of the narrative finds something else instead.
Following up his portraits of Hitler in MOLOCH and Lenin in TAURUS, Alexander Sokurov's film is a mesmerizing tour of Emperor Hirohito's final days in power during the waning moments of WWII.
Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die!
Today It's Me, Tomorrow You | Oggi a me... domani a te!
Bill Kiowa is released after a five-year prison term for a crime he did not commit. He raises a gang to go after the man who framed him.
Fay's Twelve Days of Christmas
Dir. William Wegman
William Wegman brings together his famous family of Weimaraners to get ready for the holidays in a witty and delightful festival of decorating, crafts, cooking, gift wrapping, fruitcake and more.
Dir. Nikola Lezaic
Best friends Toda and Stefan spend their first summer after high school skating in the abandoned mine and making Jackass-like videos.
Dir. Scott Pembroke
When a suspicious mother-in-law pays a visit to check on her son's child, the shameless duo pulls out all stops to provide a baby... anyone's baby!
Dir. Adrian Kays
In his breathtakingly visual debut feature film, writer/director Adrian Kays creates a haunting depiction of a troubled young man searching for his past.
A Storm at Sea
Dir. James White
James White and an unidentified cameraman left New York on the Kaiserin Maria Theresia, to attend the 1900 Paris Exposition.
Drei Sterne - Die Köche und die Sterne
Focusing on ten Michelin 3 Star chefs, THREE STARS depicts the everyday drama of life in gourmet restaurants.
Dir. William Wegman
Renowned artist William Wegman brings his dogs (Fay Ray and offspring Batty, Chundo and Crooky) together to teach children the alphabet.
From the shifting faultlines of Hollywood fantasies and the economic and racial tensions of Ronald Reagan's America, Fishbone rose to become one of the most original bands of the last twenty-five years. This is their story.
Meshes of the Afternoon
One of the most important films in the history of American avant-garde cinema, Maya Deren’s MESHES OF THE AFTERNOON is captivating and dream-like, filled with tinges of psychodrama, murder mystery, and film noir.
Life After Tomorrow
Dir. Julie Stevens
LIFE AFTER TOMORROW reunites more than forty women who played orphans in the Broadway production of ANNIE and reveals the highs and lows of their experiences as child actresses in a cultural phenomenon.
The Past is a Foreign Country
Dir. Daniel Stuyck
The mysterious death of John H. Jenkins, rare book and historical document dealer, is the start of a journey deep upriver into that exotic kingdom known as the past.
Dir. Scott Smith
Set in the late 1960s and filmed on-location in Saskatchewan, this dark family drama focuses on the three teenaged daughters of the Field household.
The Little Girl Next Door
Dir. Lucius Henderson
The “Thanhouser Twins,” Marion and Madeline Fairbanks, are featured in this tragic drama with a moral lesson.
Dir. Makoto Kobayashi
It is the Apocalypse. The drastic change in environment causes every male on the face of the Earth to die out by 2012.
The Frozen North
A parody of the Western melodramas of William S. Hart, THE FROZEN NORTH was filmed partly on location near Truckee, California, and the intertitles drew from Robert Service's "The Shooting of Dan McGrew."
Guy Martin: Portrait of a Grand Chef
Dir. Lionel Boisseau
GUY MARTIN: PORTRAIT OF A GRAND CHEF reveals Martin’s philosophy of cooking, which ranges from resolutely traditional to savagely creative.
Fresh Vegetable Mystery
Dir. Dave Fleischer
Wonder what all that produce is up to when the store is closed? Well, like the rest of us, they're mostly sleeping.
A Matter of Taste
Dir. Sally Rowe
A MATTER OF TASTE takes an intimate look inside the world of an immensely talented and driven young chef, Paul Liebrandt.
Eccentricities of a Blonde-Haired Girl
Dir. Manoel de Oliveira
Adapted from a ninteenth-century novella, ECCENTRICITIES... is the story of an ill-fated romance between a young accountant and a mysterious woman he spies through his window.
A Ballad About Green Wood
Balada o zeleném drevu
Split logs dance in sunlight as soon as the axe has cleared away. Czech folk music and time-lapse photography focus animistic energy upon clouds streaming across the sky, rivers raging with melted snow and the earth bursting with raw life.
All the Days Before Tomorrow
Dir. Francois Dompierre
A critically acclaimed, international festival award winning feature debut, ALL THE DAYS BEFORE TOMORROW effectively captures the push-pull of two people attracted to each other.
Dawn of an Evil Millennium
Dir. Damon Packard
Epic Super-8 short about a demon summoned to Earth who takes command of a souped-up 1970 Oldsmobile and goes on a road-kill rampage.
An Orphan's Tragedy
Dir. Ji Zhu
Loosely based on GREAT EXPECTATIONS, AN ORPHAN'S TRAGEDY follows a young orphan who meets and befriends an escaped convict, little knowing that their paths will cross again years later.
Dir. Jonathan Vara
This consciously absurd riff on film noir and the films of the French New Wave casts the titular protagonist into a rule-bound world of film formalism where's he's doomed to repeat genre conventions.
Monster from the Ocean Floor
Dir. Wyott Ordung
Reports that a Mexican fishing village is being terrorized by a creature that lives in the cove, draws the attention of a scientist with a one-man submarine and a beautiful tourist, who descend into the dark waters to investigate.
Dir. Thomas Carr
Jimmy Ellison's the star searching for the killer of his parents while Russell Hayden's a not-too-bad bandit leader.
Like a Fish Out of Water
El Bulli: Cooking in Progress
Dir. Julie Bertuccelli
Blindsided with anguish after her husband’s sudden death, Dawn, along with her four young children, struggles to make sense of life without him.
Dir. Hisashi Saito
Shinji and Yui are boyfriend and girlfriend. They live together. They also work together in a video store. One evening, Shinji is found lying on the floor in a pool of his own blood. Is it an accident or murder?
Yesterday Once More
Lung fung dau
Socialite and businesswoman Mrs. Do suspects that her millionaire ex-husband is the man behind the heist of her new lover's family jewels.
Dir. Andrés Wood
Set in Chile, 1973, this is an astonishingly intimate and painful coming-of-age story about a pair of 12-year-old boys from opposite extremes of society who form an unlikely friendship during the last days of Allende and the first days of Pinochet.
Up the Yangtze
Dir. Yung Chang
In China, it is simply known as “the River.” But the Yangtze (and all of the life that surrounds it) is undergoing a truly astonishing transformation wrought by the largest hydroelectric project in history, the Three Gorges Dam.
The Mystery of the Leaping Fish
THE MYSTERY OF THE LEAPING FISH is undoubtedly the most bizarre film Fairbanks made: a burlesque on SHERLOCK HOLMES. Fairbanks plays the cocaine-addicted detective Coke Ennyday.
The Infernal Cake-Walk
Le Cake-walk infernal
With its initial blast of Cubist set imagery and leaping dancers, this 1903 fantasy proves Georges Méliès was something of a modernist before his time.
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.
Echoes of the Rainbow
Sui yuet san tau
Simon Yam stars in ECHOES OF THE RAINBOW, a story of an ordinary family living in Hong Kong from 1967 to 1977.
Dir. James Fotopoulos
Completed in 2000, THE SUN beguilingly cross-cuts between a beautiful woman, uncomfortably waiting, and the sun-drenched outdoors.
Dir. Crane Wilbur
The most daring, sensational drama ever filmed about a daring "hush-hush" subject!
Dir. Koji Yamamura
Koji Yamamura’s active animation plunges into a child’s playtime explorations. Fluid shifts in scale and a bubbling vocal soundtrack both channel a fresh imagination at work.
Yuki and Nina
Yuki, nine years old, learns that her parents are separating. She is told to follow her mother to Japan and leave everything behind in Paris, starting with her best friend Nina.
Along the Sungari River
Song hua jiang shang
Quinnian and Sunnu end up as slaves in a coal mine, but are soon heading up a workers rebellion to overthrow their Japanese masters.
Alice the Whaler
Dir. Walt Disney
In this entry we can see the fourth and last of the girls who played Alice, the relatively little-known child actress Lois Hardwick.
One Touch of Nature
Dir. Edward Griffith
John McGraw, then-manager of the New York Giants, stars as himself in this baseball-themed drama (filmed "on location" at the Polo Grounds).
Oma and Bella
Dir. Alexa Karolinski
Two older Jewish women, best friends who live together in Berlin (and one of whom, Regina “Oma” Karolinski, is the filmmaker’s grandmother), are Holocaust survivors who have remained in Germany since the war.
A Corner in Wheat
Dir. D.W. Griffith
A CORNER IN WHEAT, adapted from the Frank Norris novel THE PIT, tells the story of a business man who corners the market on wheat, creating bread lines and despair in the process.