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.
Working Class Rock Star
Dir. Justin McConnell
The music industry is imperiled, but there are more bands than ever before working for years just to receive even the tiniest drop of success.
Memoirs of an Angel part I / Les mémoires d'un ange
SALUTE, the first installment of Bruce Baillie's proposed three-part final film, MEMOIRS OF AN ANGEL, chronicles (in collage form) the legendary filmmaker's time in the Navy and beyond.
Money for Nothing
Dir. Jim Bruce
Nearly one hundred years after its creation, the power of the U.S. Federal Reserve has never been greater. Yet the average person knows very little about the most powerful, and least understood, financial institution on earth.
The Heart and the Money
Dir. Louis Feuillade
An ambitious mother pushes Suzanne toward security but her heart longs for the sunlit joy of her boat rides with Raymond to gather wild irises.
Dir. Roko Belic
HAPPY takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy.
Dir. Arvid Gillstrom
Derived from the WINNIE WINKLE comic strip, HAPPY DAYS follows Winnie and her brother Perry in this comedic baseball tale. Contains some sequences certain to offend some viewers.
Werner Herzog takes viewers on yet another unforgettable journey into remote and extreme natural landscapes in the heart of the Siberian Taiga.
Street of Crocodiles
A museum keeper spits into the eyepiece of an ancient peep-show and sets the musty machine in motion, plunging the viewer into a nightmarish netherworld of bizarre puppet rituals among the dirt and grime.
Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction
Dir. Sophie Huber
A personal documentary about the iconic actor in his intimate moments, with clips from some of his two hundred and fifty films and his own heart-breaking renditions of American folk songs.
The Winter's Tale
The first of six Shakespeare adaptations from Thanhouser, THE WINTER'S TALE was just the 13th or 14th title from the studio in its first nine weeks of releases.
Fear of Fiction
Dir. Charlie Ahearn
Sigrid Anderssen is a hot young novelist who answers an ad in the newspaper by Red, a man who is driving cross-country with his identical twin brother.
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.
Tax Me If You Can
Dir. Sam Newfield
Rolling off the bus into a new town, Steve (Hugh Beaumont) gets work as a cabbie but has bigger things in mind.
The Five Cent War
Dir. Phillip Daniels
In 1947, children launched an audacious chocolate bar revolt against candy manufacturers who raised the price of chocolate bars from five cents to eight cents.
The Painted Smile
Murder Can Be Deadly
After a drunken night out with the boys, Tom (Tony Wickert) takes the voluptuous Jo (Liz Fraser) back to her place.
Vic+Flo Saw a Bear
Vic+Flo ont vu un ours
Vic, a woman who has just been released from prison, is on the hunt for some peace and quiet. She moves into a relative’s house in the Canadian forest and receives a visit from her lover, Flo.
Dir. Leo McCarey
Charley Chase’s dog shy drifter happens upon an upper crust farce when he picks up a telephone left off the hook.
Dir. Hal Hartley
Hartley and his wife, Miho Nikaido, travel to Japan to see her parents and reflect on twelve years of marriage, her career ambitions and the adventures of growing older.
A Chinese Tall Story
Ching din dai sing
While on the quest to retrieve the Buddhist scriptures, the Tang Monk and his three disciples led by the Monkey King come under attack by the evil Tree Demon.
The Boot Factory
Dir. Lech Kowalski
In a factory bunker on the outskirts of Krakow, a group of punk outsiders live by their own rules, bobbing their heads to the sound of their favorite bands while hand stitching leather boots labeled "hand stitched in Poland."
Dir. Herbert Moulton
Ancestors of music videos, YANKEE DOODLER, ROSIE THE RIVETER, and DEAR ARABELLA were made during World War II for coin-operated jukebox devices found in restaurants, bars and train stations.
The Piano in a Factory
Gang de qin
When Chen's estranged wife reappears asking for a divorce and custody of their daughter, the musician girl decides she will live with whoever can provide her with a piano.
The Penny Pool
Dir. George Black
Yorkshire comedian Duggie Wakefield and his Lancashire Gang come to the rescue of an ordinary working girl who loses her job for filling in a Penny Pool football coupon in the work's time.
Why Study Home Economics?
Dir. Herk Harvey
Imagine: a girl not wanting to take Home Economics class! Impossible as it may seem, that's just the predicament high schooler Janis finds herself in with sister Carol.
Ne change rien
One of the most important figures in contemporary cinema, Pedro Costa's celebrated music documentary is a mesmerizing portrait of French actress-turned-singer Jeanne Balibar.
Luk lau hau joh yee chi ga suk tse lai
Generation Y's infatuation with romance, growing pains and Facebook are explored in this delightful sequel to the sleeper hit TRUTH OR DARE: 6TH FLOOR REAR FLAT.
Dir. Mark Street
"Are you happy?" This simple query, asked of hundreds of passers-by in NYC, led to a series of ruminations about the passage of time and the nature of contentment.
THREE MONKEYS tells a twisty, noirish tale that opens with an ambitious politician fleeing a hit-and-run accident.
Off the Pig
Shot in 1969 in Oakland, San Francisco and Sacramento, this exemplar of 1960s activist filmmaking traces the development of the Black Panther organization.
Embrace of the Irrational
Dir. Jonn Herschend
EMBRACE OF THE IRRATIONAL begins as what appears to be an hour long educational video and then slowly unravels as the production becomes mired in technical and interpersonal crisis.
The Eleanor Roosevelt Story
Dir. Richard Kaplan
Richard Kaplan’s lively documentary reveals the human face behind the American icon, beginning with the emotional deprivation suffered by this plain, awkward little girl born into a socially prominent and powerful family.
Against the Odds
Dir. Jedrzej Jonasz
Of the thousands of men and women imprisoned under inhuman conditions behind the wires of the German concentration camps some found the strength to fight back.
Sign Them Papers
Dir. Edward Ludwig
Harry's sweetie Beautiful Belinda is kidnapped by Relentless Rudolph, who's "not just a bad apple, he was the whole orchard." Naturally, Hairbreadth Harry rides to the rescue.
All You Need is Cash
The Rutles (the Prefab Four) are a band known for their visual and aural pastiches and parodies of the Beatles.
Let Joy Reign Supreme
Que la fête commence...
Bertrand Tavernier's LET JOY REIGN SUPREME is an extraordinarily detailed and character-dense look at French monarchy, diplomacy and debauchery on the threshold of bloody insurrection.
The Painted Stallion
The first wagon train leaves Independence heading west to Santa Fe. In order to maintain his power, the ruthless Official at Santa Fe must not let them arrive and he sends out his men to stop them.
Story of a Love Affair
Cronaca di un amore | Chronicle of a Love
One of the great debut features in movie history, STORY OF A LOVE AFFAIR effortlessly weaves lust, class and the repercussions of violence into a crime movie melodrama you will not soon forget.
Dir. Li Yang
BLIND SHAFT tells the story of two itinerant miners who risk their lives under dangerous working conditions and develop questionable morals in order to survive.
The Edison Laboratory was the center of innovative technology in the late nineteenth century but here the laboratory staff takes some time off to play at blacksmithing and pass around a bottle of beer.
Dir. Michael Glawogger
WORKINGMAN'S DEATH is an unflinching portrait of the state of manual labor in the 21st century.
Strategy of Metals
Dir. Raymond Spottiswoode
Canada's Great Shield is a vital warfront of the western hemisphere. We are told how planes opened up the territory to exploration and made possible a new world of mining in the sub-Arctic.
Been Rich All My Life
Dir. Heather Lyn MacDonald
BEEN RICH ALL MY LIFE follows the unlikliest troupe of tap dancing divas. They are the "Silver Belles," five former showgirls now aged 84-96, performing to standing ovations, as sassy as they ever were.
Cheun gwong tsa sit
Winner of the Best Director Prize at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival, Wong Kar-Wai's HAPPY TOGETHER is a cinematic balancing act, a stunning display of filmmaking style and a touching love story evenly mixed into one film.
Dir. Ralph Ceder
An old man asks a lawyer to find his missing daughter and a grandson (who turns out to be a very extravagant young man).
The Case of the Grinning Cat
French documentarian and cinema-essayist Chris Marker reflects on French and international politics, art and culture at the start of the new millennium.
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.
Beautiful, young Soon-ji meets Jaegu at a re-enactment of an historic event and their attraction and participation mirrors the love story of her parents twenty-five years earlier.
Mud and Sand
Dir. Gilbert Pratt
With seduction, elaborate costuming, dancing and a climactic bullfight, MUD AND SAND mines the trappings of movie spectaculars for farce.
Decades before Leona Helmsley willed millions of dollars to her dog, this snappy Soviet animated film invented the same premise for an absurdist portrayal of the corrupting influence of wealth.
Dir. Jennifer Baichwal
Margaret Atwood's visionary non-fiction work "Payback: Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth" is the basis for this riveting and poetic documentary on "debt" in its various forms.
Something Like Happiness
Monika, Tonik and Dasha grew up together in the same housing project on the outskirts of a small industrial city. Now the childhood friends are adults, each struggling with feelings of desire and loneliness, longing and failure.
Dir. Bryan Poyser
A man discovers the adult videos he rents turn into people ready to satisfy his desires in this David Cronenberg-esque fantasy.
Pig Death Machine
After eating rotten meat, a brainless brunette is transformed into a dangerous genius, while in a Doctor Doolittle twist, a misanthropic-punk-rock-botanist-babe gains the power to "talk to plants."
State of Snakes
Dir. Tyler Turkle
STATE OF SNAKES is a three part political serial that focuses on the rivalry between Democrats and Republicans.
A Story Well Spun
Dir. Alice Guy-Blaché
A STORY WELL SPUN is a pun. The spinning comes from a barrel and everyone the encounters the barrel has an issue with it. An issue catching up with it and an issue keeping away from it!
Story in Temple Red Lily
Huo shao gong lian si
THE STORY IN TEMPLE RED LILY is based upon ancient Chinese folklore about the corruption of the Shaolin Temple.
The Invention of Writing and Its Destruction
The History of the World
Animator Phil Mulloy follows a simple maxim in hypothesizing the origins of writing: the crudest explanation is most likely the correct one.