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. Katy Chevigny
In a triumph of documentary storytelling, ELECTION DAY combines eleven stories, all shot simultaneously on November 2, 2004, from dawn until long past midnight, into one.
Dir. Mark Rappaport
Using extensive rear projection to remarkable effect, Mark Rappaport evocatively plays with the themes of noir while contemporizing the stakes involved.
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.
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.
Good People Bad Things
Dir. Patrick Phillips
Steve, an aspiring architect, returns home to find his neglected wife Angie in bed with another man. He leaves distraught and betrayed with a bottle of wine only to become embroiled in a web of lies and deceit when he hits and kills a pedestrian.
Dir. Jay Rosenblatt
HUMAN REMAINS is a haunting documentary which illustrates the banality of evil by creating intimate portraits of five of the 20th century's most reviled dictators.
Guyana: Crime of the Century
Guyana: Cult of the Damned
Nearly 1,000 people -even tiny babies and children- lay dead and rotting in the morning sun in the South American country of Guyana, all victims of cult leader Jim Jones, who had ordered the mass execution of his followers in 1978.
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.
The Fisherman at the Stream
Dir. Alice Guy-Blaché
It could be said that the essence of comedy is the misfortune of others. Among other things, of course. In THE FISHERMAN AT THE STREAM, our fisherman is set upon by a band of swimmers. When attacked, fight back!
The Witch Who Came from the Sea
Dir. Matt Cimber
Molly is a dysfunctional waitress who casually picks up muscle men and takes them home to bed, only to castrate them with a shaving razor.
The Day I Saw Your Heart
Et soudain tout le monde me manque
Families are complicated... Especially when Eli, the father, who's about to be 60, is expecting a baby with his new wife.
A Night in a Dormitory
Dir. Harry Delmar
Top-billed Ginger Rogers, three years before her initial career-making teaming with Fred Astaire, was just dipping her tapping toes in the movies when she made this Pathé melody comedy.
The Human Scale
Dir. Andreas Dalsgaard
According to the revolutionary Danish architect and urban planner Jan Gehl, if we are to make cities sustainable and livable for people we must re-imagine the very foundations of modern urban planning.
I Just Wanted to Be Somebody
Dir. Jay Rosenblatt
Part document and part poem, I JUST WANTED TO BE SOMEBODY brings us back to the late 1970’s and reflects on Bryant’s life and the impact she had.
Using first-hand accounts, award-winning filmmaker Michael Verhoeven goes on a search to unearth evidence documenting once of the greatest robberies in human history.
Back in Crime
L'autre vie de Richard Kemp
When Paris detective Richard Kemp is injured in the course of a criminal investigation, he is transported twenty years into the past, and has a second chance at solving the most frustrating mystery of his career: a serial killer known as the Earwig.
Dir. Charles Lamont
The cheapness of the Educationals actually helps in Buster Keaton's JAIL BAIT. After all, neither newspaper offices nor prisons are known for their opulence. JAIL BAIT was remade by Columbia as HEATHER AND YON in 1944.
South of the Rio Grande
Dir. Lambert Hillyer
In SOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE, the daring duo go to the aid of a rancher friend and his neighbors, whose ranches are being terrorized by a ruthless dictator and a gang of horse thieves.
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.
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.
Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine
LOUISE BOURGEOIS: THE SPIDER, THE MISTRESS AND THE TANGERINE is a cinematic journey inside the life and imagination of an icon of modern art.
Rupert of Hee Haw
Dir. Scott Pembroke
Stan Laurel slips and slides around several palatial sets in this silent spoof of RUPERT OF HENTZAU.
Naked as Nature Intended
As Nature Intended
Starring glamour legend Pamela Green, the movie follows the adventures of a group of pretty girls who trek across the south of England to reach a nudist camp in Cornwall, where they suddenly lose their inhibitions and bare all.
Army of Crime
L'armée du crime
In Robert Guédiguian’s taut, internationally acclaimed thriller, set during the French Resistance, an Armenian poet and his French wife lead a ragtag assortment of volunteers in an assassination plot against the German occupiers.
Jan, recently released from prison after serving time for the murder of a child, has always maintained his innocence and is ready to put the past behind him.
One Day You'll Understand
Poignant and ultimately optimistic, ONE DAY YOU’LL UNDERSTAND offers a compelling portrait of a family’s confrontation with the wounds of the past and their hopes for a better future.
A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn
Chikan gifu: Musuko no yome to...
A young widow, Noriko, lives with her senile father-in-law, Shukichi, on a farm.
Dir. Irving Pichel
Based on the life of the 16th century monk who defied excommunication and the stake in his demand for religious reform, MARTIN LUTHER provides the first motion picture portrayal of the incendiary beginnings of the Protestant Reformation.
Mabel's Busy Day
Persona non grata
Dir. Fabio Wuytack
Prosecuted as a revolutionary, banned as a priest, arrested as a rebel, celebrated as an artist. This is Frans Wuytack’s truly inspiring and overwhelming story.
Your Body During Adolescence
Boys and girls become men and women when "the change" arrives. It happens to us all. But what really happens? McGraw-Hill, better-known as a book publisher, crafted this frank film that explains it all in full, animated detail.
Isle of the Snake People
A small remote island is the home for voodoo rites, death cults and an evil priest named Damballah.
Dir. Edwin S. Porter
An uncredited but quite obvious adaptation of a well-known vaudeville piece, Number 973, by Robert Hilliard and Edwin Holland.
This taboo-breaking film is based on Manijeh Hekmat's long fieldwork among women prisoners in Iran. She depicts the lives of Iran's lost generation in the two decades since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Dir. Stanley Kubrick
Lost for several years and long-unavailable, Stanley Kubrick's first color film never strays far from its commissioned message of the joys of maritime work.
Ocean of an Old Man
Dir. Rajesh Shera
In the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, an elderly British teacher struggles to run a small primary school despite the loss of many of the islands’ children to the recent tragedy.
Dir. Leo McCarey
While driving to meet a train, Charley Chase gets into some car trouble. That’s putting it modestly!
In Between Days
Dir. So Yong Kim
IN BETWEEN DAYS intimately portrays the joys and risks of first love from the point of view of a teenager recently transplanted from her native South Korea to a snowbound North American city.
The Night Before Christmas
Dir. Edwin S. Porter
The memorable holiday poem by Clement Clarke Moore is adapted for the screen by longtime Edison Manufacturing Company director Edwin S. Porter.
Natalya Negoda stars as Vera, a sultry and sullen woman, torn between her brooding lover and bitter parents.
Mabel and Fatty's Married Life
Dir. Roscoe Arbuckle
Two of early cinema's biggest comedy stars find matrimony none-too-tranquil in this one-reeler, which begins with them incurring the wrath of an organ-grinder and his monkey.
Take Off Your Clothes and Live
Dir. Arnold Miller
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES OFF AND LIVE follows a group of pretty English girls escaping to the French Riviera, where they discover the joys of stripping off in the sunshine.
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.
Female Prisoner 701: Scorpion
Joshuu 701-gô: Sasori
After attempting to infiltrate a yakuza gang, the girlfriend of an ambitious police detective is thrown into a prison hellhole where the bad convicts torment the good ones and the corrupt wardens torment them all.
Dir. Hal Hartley
An artist-criminal far from home asks his assistant to pirate a rare videotape before the German Post Office Authorities come to confiscate it.
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.
Any Day Now
Dir. Travis Fine
When a teenager with Down syndrome is abandoned by his mother, a gay couple takes him in and becomes the loving family he's never had. The men are forced to fight a biased legal system to save the life of the child they have come to love as their own.
The Palace of the Arabian Nights
Le Palais des mille et une nuits
Georges Méliès' substantial 1905 film, a partly colorized twenty-minute epic replete with lavish backdrops and costumes, draws on "One Thousand and One Nights" in an Orientalist fantasy.
Sara Gomez: An Afro-Cuban Filmmaker
Dir. Alessandra Muller
A rich, multilayered documentary about Afro-Cuban director Sarah Gomez.
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.
The Slime People
Dir. Robert Hutton
It's a veritable voyage to the bottom of the sci-fi barrel as prehistoric "Slime People" emerge from the sewers of Los Angeles.
Sins of the Fleshapoids
Dir. Mike Kuchar
Along with Kenneth Anger's SCORPIO RISING and Andy Warhol's CHELSEA GIRLS, Mike Kuchar's SINS OF THE FLESHAPOIDS remains one of the most influential films of the 1960s American underground.
Crimes at the Dark House
Dir. George King
The inheritance of a large estate leads to murder, when a madman kills the recipient only to gain entrance to the estate so that he can enjoy the life of luxury, but not everyone is convinced he is the rightful heir.
A Jail in Columbia
Dir. Paul Comiti
A look inside La Modelo prison in Bogota, Colombia. Called a "model" prison by Colombian officials, the prison in reality is controlled more by the prisoners than the guards.
A Bottle in the Gaza Sea
Une bouteille à la mer
Seventeen-year-old Tal writes a letter expressing her refusal to accept that only hatred can reign between Israelis and Palestinians.
Fury in the Pacific
With victory in Europe now a certainty, Allied efforts late in World War II turned to Southeast Asia, where the Japanese remained a powerful and recalcitrant enemy force.