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.

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12pm
The Attic
The Attic

Dir. Mary Lambert
(2007)    82 minutes

A month after Emma Callan and her family move into their seemingly picture-perfect Victorian home, Emma starts to have ghastly visions of a girl who appears to be her twin but is pure evil.

Back Home Years Ago
Back Home Years Ago

Dir. Joseph Alexandre
(2003)    38 minutes

A documentary about the real Chicago gangsters who migrated to Las Vegas and formed the basis for Martin Scorsese's epic, CASINO.

At Sundance
At Sundance

Dir. Michael Almereyda, Amy Hobby
(1995)    71 minutes

A group portrait of filmmakers attend the 1995 Sundance Film Festival.

With the Marines at Tarawa
With the Marines at Tarawa

Dir. Louis Hayward
(1944)    19 minutes

Directed by Brit-born actor Louis Hayward, this is a powerful historical record of the Marines' high-casualty fight to capture a tiny Pacific island in late 1943.

Saturday Night at the Baths
Saturday Night at the Baths

Dir. David Buckley
(1975)    81 minutes

Desperate for a job, Michael finds himself as the piano player at the Continental baths. Although he complains to his girlfriend about the advances of the club manager, Scotti, Michael is slowly discovering something new about himself.

Shakespeare High
Shakespeare High

Dir. Alex Rotaru
(2011)    82 minutes

Executive produced by Kevin Spacey, SHAKESPEARE HIGH is an inspiring documentary that follows a diverse group of California high school students as they prepare for and compete in an annual Shakespeare Festival.

Blow Up
Blow Up

Dir. Jonn Herschend
(2011)    8 minutes

A short documentary about artist Tucker Nichols as he prepares for his May 2011 exhibition at Gallery 16 in San Francisco.

Highway 61
Highway 61

Dir. Bruce McDonald
(1991)    102 minutes

The story of a small-town barber who teams up with a roadie as they pack a corpse on the roof of a 1963 Ford Galaxy 500 and set off on a high-emission odyssey.

The Naked Venus
The Naked Venus

Dir. Edgar G. Ulmer
(1958)    77 minutes

Mother-in-law-from-hell Mrs. Dixon is so appalled to learn that Yvonne, her son's French sexpot of a wife, was the nude model for the painting The Naked Venus that she immediately starts divorce proceedings.

Virgins of Bali
Virgins of Bali

Dir. Deane Dickason
(1932)    44 minutes

The wedding preparations for two young women of Bali are fully (perhaps too fully) explored in this troubling shockumentary from the early 1930s.

Exit Elena
Exit Elena

Dir. Nathan Silver
(2012)    71 minutes

With no place to call home, nineteen year old Elena takes a job as a live-in aide. She finds herself thrust into the middle of a family in crisis.

Young Bird Season
Young Bird Season

Dir. Nellie Kluz
(2011)    19 minutes

Competitive pigeon racing in New England is featured in this short film that reveals the camaraderie and competition of the niche sport and its participants.

The Sensation of Sight
The Sensation of Sight

Dir. Aaron Wiederspahn
(2006)    134 minutes

In an awe-inspiring fusion of dream/reality, this off-beat drama about man's search for meaning amidst the ache of despair chronicles Finn (David Strathairn), a middle-aged English teacher, as he enters a mid-life crisis impelled by a recent tragedy.

2pm
Home Run
Home Run

Hui jia de lu | Road Home
Dir. Fang Gang Liang
(2005)    93 minutes

HOME RUN is an arresting look at China's fascination with reality television and how children can be hurt by the discord between family and career.

Karama Has No Walls
Karama Has No Walls

Dir. Sara Ishaq
(2012)    26 minutes

A gripping, eye-witness account of the tragic day that changed the course of the revolution in Yemen; when pro-government snipers opened fired on a peaceful gathering of protesters.

All's Fair at the Fair
All's Fair at the Fair

Dir. Dave Fleischer
(1938)    8 minutes

A yokel couple visiting the World's Fair marvel at the new-fangled wonders on display.

Things Happen at Night
Things Happen at Night

Dir. Francis Searle
(1947)    77 minutes

Adapted from a classic West End farce, THINGS HAPPEN AT NIGHT features a classic cast of British comedy stars trying to banish a mischievous, poltergeist spirit from a stately home.

Sink or Swim
Sink or Swim

Dir. Su Friedrich
(1990)    48 minutes

A contemporary classic and a landmark in autobiographical filmmaking, SINK OR SWIM is an unflinching account of the highly charged relationship between a daughter and her father.

She Freak
She Freak

Freaks! | Alley of Nightmares
Dir. Byron Mabe
(1967)    83 minutes

Claire Brennen stars as a discontent waitress working in a small-town greasy diner, and looking for something more.

Alice's Orphan
Alice's Orphan

Dir. Walt Disney
(1925)    7 minutes

The basic situation, and even some of the individual gags, are borrowed from Chaplin's feature-length comedy THE KID, released four years earlier.

A Woman's Face
A Woman's Face

En kvinnas ansikte
Dir. Gustaf Molander
(1938)    96 minutes

In one of the most challenging roles of her early career in Sweden, Ingrid Bergman plays Anna Holm, whose bitterness over her facial disfigurement leads her to become a blackmailer.

The Way We Get By
The Way We Get By

Dir. Aron Gaudet
(2009)    85 minutes

The SXSW Special Jury Award winning THE WAY WE GET BY is a deeply moving film about life and how to live it.

4pm
Home
Home

Dir. Ursula Meier
(2009)    98 minutes

Marthe is a happy-go-lucky mother whose family enjoys an idyllic existence in their isolated, ramshackle home, which edges onto an abandoned highway. Almost entirely cut off from society at large, they forge their own utopia.

The Electric House
The Electric House

Dir. Eddie Cline, Buster Keaton
(1922)    22 minutes

Buster Keaton's love of mechanical gags is beautifully showcased in THE ELECTRIC HOUSE.

The House at the Edge of the Galaxy
The House at the Edge of the Galaxy

Dir. Gleb Osatinski
(2013)    14 minutes

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.

Men at Work
Men at Work

Kargaran mashgoole karand
Dir. Mani Haghighi
(2006)    75 minutes

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.

At Bear Track Gulch
At Bear Track Gulch

Dir. Harold Shaw
(1913)    15 minutes

This western, with its simple story set in a gold mining camp, recycles many of the elements found in David Belasco's influential play, THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST.

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

Dir. Robert Greenwald
(2005)    98 minutes

This film takes you on an extraordinary journey that will challenge the way you think, feel and shop.

Helicopter
Helicopter

Dir. Ari Gold
(2001)    22 minutes

Kevin Abrams, Margie Stokley and David Creamer play siblings reunited for a free concert commemorating the life of legendary rock promoter Bill Graham and the two people who perished with him in a 1991 helicopter crash.

Aravani Girl
Aravani Girl

Dir. Peter Spenceley
(2009)    53 minutes

Loved as dance performers but hated as homosexuals, the stories of "Aravanis" emblazon the inner conflicts of India’s gender culture today.

The Lottery
The Lottery

Dir. Madeleine Sackler
(2010)    80 minutes

Four children enter a high-stakes lottery. If they win, they can attend one of the best schools in New York.

6pm
Taking Father Home
Taking Father Home

Bei yazi de nanhai
Dir. Ying Liang
(2006)    101 minutes

A teenager who lives in a remote village in China's Sichuan province travels to the city of Zigong to find and retrieve his father who walked out on the family six years before.

Uncle Tom's Cabin
Uncle Tom's Cabin

Dir. Edwin S. Porter, James White
(1903)    19 minutes

In May of 1903, Edison's chief American rival, Biograph, assembled a series of scenes featuring famed actor Joseph Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle that they had originally filmed and released in 1896, offering them for sale to exhibitors as a special release.

A Day at the Beach
A Day at the Beach

Dir. Simon Hesera
(1970)    80 minutes

Bernie (Mark Burns) is an alcoholic escapist who tries the patience of everybody around him with the exception of his niece (Beatie Edney).

Waiting at the Church
Waiting at the Church

Dir. Edwin S. Porter
(1906)    9 minutes

WAITING AT THE CHURCH was inspired by a 1906 hit song of the same name, which was often sung by a woman dressed in a wedding gown.

With Sitting Bull at the Spirit Lake Massacre
With Sitting Bull at the Spirit Lake Massacre

Dir. Robert North Bradbury
(1927)    75 minutes

Chief Sitting Bull surveys the settlement at Spirit Lake from afar and with the advice of the Great Spirit vows to retake the land that belonged to his fathers.

Klown
Klown

Klovn: The Movie
Dir. Mikkel Nørgaard
(2010)    92 minutes

Hopelessly wrongheaded Frank "kidnaps" the twelve-year-old nephew of his pregnant girlfriend in an eager attempt to prove his fatherhood potential, and they join sex-crazed Casper on his secret adulterous weekend canoe trip.

Notes From the Lower East Side
Notes From the Lower East Side

Lower East Side
Dir. Peggy Ahwesh, MM Serra
(2012)    29 minutes

An experimental documentary filmed over a two-year period.

The Woman with the Hungry Eyes
The Woman with the Hungry Eyes

Dir. Hugh Munro Neely
(2006)    100 minutes

Hollywood’s first and foremost vamp Theda Bara dazzles audiences in THE WOMAN WITH THE HUNGRY EYES.

Daughters of Chaos
Daughters of Chaos

Dir. Marjorie Keller
(1980)    20 minutes

Women looking forward. Women looking back.

Crude
Crude

Dir. Joe Berlinger
(2009)    105 minutes

CRUDE tells the epic story of one of the largest and most controversial legal cases on the planet: the infamous $27 billion “Amazon Chernobyl” lawsuit pitting 30,000 rainforest dwellers in Ecuador against the U.S. oil giant Chevron.

8pm
We Can't Go Home Again
We Can't Go Home Again

Dir. Nicholas Ray
(1973)    95 minutes

The most complete, newly restored version of Nicholas Ray's experimental masterpiece, made with his students at the State University of New York at Binghamton, WE CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN embodies Ray's approach to filmmaking as a communal way of life.

The Property Man
The Property Man

Dir. Charles Chaplin
(1914)    24 minutes

Charlie is a property man in a vaudeville theatre who must contend with the many demands of the various acts

Thirty Days at Hard Labor
Thirty Days at Hard Labor

Dir. Oscar Apfel
(1912)    16 minutes

A faithful adaptation of O. Henry's short story that was presented in "good comedy spirit" according to one enthusiastic reviewer.

Song at Midnight
Song at Midnight

Ye ban ge sheng
Dir. Weibang Maxu
(1937)    118 minutes

An exciting Chinese interpretation of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.

Lower City
Lower City

Cidade Baixa
Dir. Sérgio Machado
(2005)    93 minutes

This sexy Brazilian drama chronicles a love triangle between two best friends, Deco and Naldinho and a sultry, beautiful young girl, Karinna.

Hyman Bloom: The Beauty of All Things
Hyman Bloom: The Beauty of All Things

Dir. Angelica Brisk
(2010)    57 minutes

Painter Hyman Bloom is one of the forefathers of abstract art in America. The film highlights a body of work that is a vibrant manifestation of Bloom's imagination and his dedication to envision what others didn't dare.

The Woman in the Fifth
The Woman in the Fifth

La femme du Vème
Dir. Pawel Pawlikowski
(2011)    83 minutes

American writer Tom Ricks comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back the love of his estranged wife and daughter.

Bitch-Beauty
Bitch-Beauty

Dir. MM Serra
(2011)    7 minutes

An experimental documentary profiling the life of Anne Hanavan.

All About Women
All About Women

Nu ren bu huai | She Ain't Mean
Dir. Tsui Hark
(2009)    120 minutes

Drop dead gorgeous businesswoman Tang, tomboyish rock singer Tie and eccentric scientist Fanfan cross paths and eventually come together to carry out their common mission to find Mr. Right.

Children of Invention
Children of Invention

Dir. Tze Chun
(2009)    86 minutes

After being evicted, hardworking single mom Elaine Cheng (Cindy Cheung) tries to maintain a normal life for her children, Raymond and Tina.

Puppet
Puppet

Dir. David Soll
(2010)    74 minutes

Unlike almost everywhere else in the world, America has long thought of puppetry only as a children’s medium. Since the nineties, however, serious puppetry has exploded in the United States.

10pm
Halfway Home
Halfway Home

Dir. Paul Freedman
(2011)    94 minutes

Paul Freedman's latest film profiles American servicemen and women who are struggling to readjust to life away from combat.

The Pawnshop
The Pawnshop

Dir. Charles Chaplin
(1916)    26 minutes

Charlie Chaplin is a pawnbroker's assistant in a pawnshop that evokes his childhood in London.

At the Floral Ball
At the Floral Ball

Dir. Alice Guy-Blaché
(1900)    2 minutes

A turn-of-the-last-century document of a short dance (in costume, in this case, and hand-tinted) from legendary French filmmaker Alice Guy.

The Shop at Sly Corner
The Shop at Sly Corner

Dir. George King
(1947)    88 minutes

Desius Heiss is the French-born owner of an antique shop on Sly Corner who bears a grudge against society.

Strike the Enemy on the Front Lines and at Home
Strike the Enemy on the Front Lines and at Home

Bei vraga na fronte i v tylu
Dir. Olga Khodatayeva
(1941)    2 minutes

Evil cross-dressing "fascist vipers" with forehead swastikas do their best to subvert the Soviet Union's military and infrastructural strengths.

Reefer Madness
Reefer Madness

Tell Your Children
Dir. Louis Gasnier
(1936)    65 minutes

An unintentionally hilarious 1930's exploitation film depicting the evils of marijuana abuse among our youth.

Down Clark Street
Down Clark Street

Dir. Tom Palazzolo
(2000)    25 minutes

Tom Palazzolo's love of Chicago is undeniable. He has spent nearly fifty years documenting the city and the people who call it home.

Love Stories My Grandmother Tells
Love Stories My Grandmother Tells

Dir. Dana Plays
(1994)    30 minutes

A portrait of Peggy Regler, the ninety year old paternal grandmother of filmmaker Dana Plays, reminiscing about her love affairs and significant relationships.

Love and Other Anxieties
Love and Other Anxieties

Dir. Lyda Kuth
(2011)    66 minutes

Film-funder turned filmmaker Lyda Kuth gets anxious not only about how her daughter will fare in today’s world of love and romance, but also about her relationship with her husband of twenty years.

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