The Fandor Channel
This is like the ultimate, non-stop mix tape of films. Our curators have programmed a continuous selection of films that play all day, every single day of the year. Tune in any time to see what’s playing. You can also click on a movie in the channel’s schedule to start it from the beginning or add it to your queue.
The Strange Case of Angelica
O estranho caso de Angélica
A beguiling film from master filmmaker Manoel de Oliveira, THE STRANGE CASE OF ANGELICA is a magical tale of a young photographer who falls madly in love with a woman he can never have (except in his dreams).
Dir. Dianne Bellino
SLITCH is a short comic film about a teenage girl's summertime lust, featuring fantasizing, bubble gum and bicycle riding.
Dir. Todd Solondz
In his mid-30s, Abe clings to the trappings of his adolescence, including the extensive collection of toys and action figures adorning his boyhood bedroom.
Miss Dundee and Her Performing Dogs
Miss Dundee et ses chiens savants
Resurrecting the lost world of vaudeville, the performing dogs do tricks on their hind legs. Miss Dundee shows them off.
Filled with a colorful cast of supporting characters and a number of gracefully executed dance sequences, THE FAIRY is a whimsical tale about the happiness that can be squeezed out of even the most mundane of lives.
His Royal Slyness
Dir. Hal Roach
A book agent bears an uncanny resemblance to the Prince of Razzamatazz. The two switch places and the double travels to Thermosa where he falls in love with a princess and manages to lead the peasants’ revolution to victory.
The Power of Two
Dir. Marc Smolowitz
Inspired by their 2007 memoir, THE POWER OF TWO offers an intimate portrayal of the bond between half-Japanese twin sisters Anabel Stenzel and Isabel Stenzel Byrnes and their battle with the fatal genetic disease cystic fibrosis.
Arguably one of Lloyd’s best two-reel comedies, NUMBER, PLEASE? takes place at a Los Angeles amusement park.
A man sits down with plenty of beer to watch a game of football but the points in this game tally body count rather than goals.
Dir. Victor Fanucchi
A communal house left in trust many years ago to provide art students support in the way of free housing, ART HOUSE has accumulated its share of legends, lore, art, art junk and a reputation for hard partying.
Dir. Adolofo Alix Jr.
Director Adolfo Alix Jr. crafts this neo-realistic drama concerning a former radio personality from Manila who now lives at the edge of the massive Bernardo dump site.
The Girl's Nervy
Dir. Jennifer Reeves
Sinewy fissures splinter the geometric confections and viscous pools of decaying nitrate are set dancing to the slightly warped sounds of Tommy Dorsey and Raymond Scott’s big band jazz.
Dir. Lynn Hershman Leeson
In this award-winning film, Tilda Swinton portrays Ada, daughter of a Romantic poet and a mathematics genius, and Emmy, a contemporary computer scientist researching artificial life. In the process, the borders between past and present blur.
Dir. Denis Côté
Fascinating and beguiling, BESTIAIRE is filmmaker Denis Côté's mesmerizing meditation on the relationships between animals and people through the seasons at a Quebec safari park.
Roars and Uproars
Dir. William Campbell
The very wealthy and now unfortunately dead Mr. P. Nutt, in revenge for having his brother call him "a crazy inventor," makes his niece his heiress but only on the condition she marry a genius whom the world calls crazy.
The Most Dangerous Game
Based upon a famous short story by Richard Connell, THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME follows big game hunter Bob Rainsford as he becomes quarry for another, the opulently deranged Count Zaroff.
Dir. Eric Leiser
Dr. Reineger, a famous neuro-psychologist, has become convinced that a twin girl named Anna has a rare form of Autism called Asperger's Syndrome, rendering her unable to cope with reality.
Dir. Lawrence Jordan
On ancient star maps of magnificent color quality, experimental animator Lawrence Jordan takes the viewer out of this world into a world of cosmic imagination.
Terror is a Man
Following after the example of Val Lewton’s 1940s horror films, this drive-in ready adaptation of H.G. Wells’ THE ISLAND OF DOCTOR MOREAU wrings psychological anguish and terse visual effects from its low-budget expressionism.
Two in the Wave
Deux de la vague
With clips from over 30 films, and rare interviews with Godard and Truffaut throughout their careers, TWO IN THE WAVE is an essential and often revelatory look at the life and work of two of cinema's inimitable masters.
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.
The Smoke Fairy
THE THIEVING HAND and PRINCESS NICOTINE were produced in New York by the pioneer Vitagraph Company.
Dir. Tony Barbieri
Josh Weathers is an aimless young man in his twenties who is looking for more out of life. But when he meets Em, the two decide to start a new life and a home together. Soon after, secrets of the past emerge and begin to complicate things.
Dir. William Wegman
Beautifully shot in 35-mm, HARDLY GOLD is a high-comedy action adventure written and directed by artist William Wegman, starring his well-known Weimaraners.
Charlie the Ox
Dir. Scott Smith
Nothing is quite as it appears in CHARLIE THE OX. Is Charlie a second-rate safecracker or is he one step ahead of the crime syndicate that seeks to squeeze him out of a substantial payoff?
Dir. Ben Russell
Two women in Victorian dress land in a new country by sea and wander its emptied industrial landscape. They call each other sister and learn to make money.
On Christmas Eve, Luiza's cousin João is shot in a poor neighborhood and disappears in the middle of the night. A few weeks later, the ghost of João returns.
One Bad Cat
Dir. Thomas Miller
Through the use of intimate verite scenes and candid interviews of Albert, his family members and art patrons, the documentary explores whether a driving passion coupled with a divine intervention can really redeem a man with many past indiscretions.
Two Gun Gussie
Dir. Hal Roach
When Sheriff Whooping-Cough Charlie mistakes Harold Lloyd's hapless piano player for a gunslinger, Lloyd learns that being a tough dude is all an act. That is, until he runs into the real thing at the bar!
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.
Dir. Charles Lamont
ALLEZ OOP's most obvious parallel is COLLEGE, where Buster Keaton's attempts at various athletic events are a disaster until his girl is threatened. Then he performs the same feats brilliantly while trying to effect a rescue.
Dir. Gideon Koppel
Filmmaker Gideon Koppel leads us on a poetic and profound journey into a world of endings and beginnings; a world of stuffed owls, sheep and fire. An official selection of the 36th Telluride Film Festival.
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.
Fat, Bald, Short Man
Gordo, Calvo y Bajito
Lonesome, middle-aged virgin Antonio Farfán is picked on and ridiculed as a matter of course, whether by coworkers or his bullying mooch of a brother (who only calls when he needs money).
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.
El Hombre de las Serpientes
Does Columbia owe the preservation of its primary forests to war? This is one of the crucial questions posed by this documentary, which follows Franz Florez in his old bus full of snakes across a rural Columbia that is generally inaccessible.
Germany, 1942. In order to protect her son, a mother tries to make him believe that the Jewish neighbors are going on a journey to TOYLAND.
The Dove's Lost Necklace
Le collier perdu de la colombe
This second feature in Nacer Khemir’s "Desert Trilogy" is a visually ravishing folktale reminiscent of THE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS.
Three American Beauties
Often hand-tinted, this short film was typically used by exhibitors to conclude their programs.
With One Voice
Dir. Eric Temple
This illuminating documentary explores the unity of humanity, reveals our essential oneness and spreads the single message that binds all faiths together.
When a seven-year-old boy (Richie Andrusco) is tricked into believing he killed his older brother, he gathers his meager possessions and flees to New York’s nether wonderland: Coney Island.
When Ambrose Dared Walrus
Dir. Walter Wright
Ambrose is an unlikely acrobat who checks into the Walrus Hotel with his petite trapeze-artist wife. The proprietors of the hotel suffer several embarrassing encounters with the newcomers.
Dir. David Ray
FETCHING CODY tells the story of Art (Baruchel), a street hustling kid and the love of his life Cody (Lind).
The Golden Beetle
Dir. Segundo de Chomón
As a sorcerer captures a beetle and casts it into his cauldron, it transforms into a glorious woman wearing golden beetle wings and soon turns the tables by casting her own delightful spells.
Dir. Tom Duty
Forget reality television. Broadcast yourself! BUTTERFLIES follows some of the flamboyant personalities who have made it big online.
I Own a Carousel
Dir. Lori Felker
I own a carousel. I keep it indoors, in the dark. There are no eyes to see it, no children to ride it. I own the size, presence and weight of it. I own the stress, the power and the idea of it. I did not make it, I do not enjoy it, I own it.
Chickens in the Shadows
Dir. Vincent Gargiulo
In 1979, Toasters ‘N’ Moose formed, put out one album and disbanded. Now thirty years later, their old manager has brought them together again for a three-day tour of Northern California.
Dir. Orson Welles
Adapted from the novel by Franz Kafka, THE TRIAL stars Anthony Perkins as Joseph K., an innocent victim charged with an unnamed crime.
Two Cars, One Night
The Brave One
Dir. Irving Rapper
THE BRAVE ONE is story about the friendship of a boy and a bull. Gitano, or Gypsy, is the name the boy gives the bull whose life he saves during a storm.
Dir. Lawrence Jordan
Time and a change of culture have given a surrealistic and nostalgic aura to Victorian steel engravings, as Max Ernst and several collagists between him and Lawrence Jordan have known for many decades.
Dir. Fritz Lang
When middle-aged milquetoast Chris Cross rescues street-walking bad girl Kitty from the rain slicked gutters of Greenwich Village, he plunges headlong into a whirlpool of lust, larceny and revenge.
Dir. George Nichols
With THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP and DAVID COPPERFIELD, both released in 1911, and NICHOLAS NICKLEBY in 1912, Thanhouser established itself as producer of the best Dickens adaptations in American film.
Bukowski at Bellevue
In 1970, Charles Bukowski, then little-known, packed his overnight bag and took his first plane ride to the state of Washington to read at Bellevue Community College. This is a record of that occasion.
Won by a Fowl
Dir. William Beaudine
Marital strife between a restauranteur and his hoity wife contribute further to one chaotic afternoon.
The King of the Wild Horses
Dir. Fred Jackman
Not your typical western, this film features Black, a powerful and cunning, wild stallion who is the leader of a herd.
The boxing cats were the most popular of Professor Welton's attractions playing New York vaudeville houses and roof gardens during the summer of 1894.
The Oyster Princess
In THE OYSTER PRINCESS, a pampered American oyster tycoon decides to find a prince to marry his daughter but things don’t go quite as planned.
Three on a Limb
Dir. Charles Lamont
Buster Keaton's appearance in THREE ON A LIMB as a superannuated Scout allows him to demonstrate his skill at setting fires (which eventually leads to a solo routine with a fire hose).
Three Desperate Men
Dir. Sam Newfield
Deputies Preston Foster and Jim Davis save their brother Ross Latimer from hanging for a crime he didn’t commit. But a guard is killed in the fracas and this makes all three hunted criminals.
One Run Elmer
Dir. Charles Lamont
Buster Keaton was a lifelong baseball fanatic. ONE RUN ELMER is almost entirely silent and incorporated many of the gags Keaton used in the charity baseball matches which he helped to arrange.
Dir. Albert Herman
In the first of eleven screen comedies based on C.W. Kahles' comic strip, Hairbreadth Harry is forever tasked with rescuing Beautiful Belinda from peril (and his nemesis Relentless Rudolph).
Dir. Thomas Carr
Roaring western gunfire erupts when Jimmy Ellison and his pal Russell Hayden ride in to join Jimmy's stepfather (whom he's never met) as half owners of a ranch, but discover outlaws have kidnapped the man and replaced him.