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.
Without a Home
Dir. Rachel Fleischer
Filmmaker Rachel Fleischer spent four years creating this extraordinary documentary that enters the lives of six homeless individuals in her hometown of Los Angeles.
The House of Cards
A sheriff and a gambler both love the same woman. They stage a duel where the victor will be determined by a rattlesnake.
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.
Alive and Well
Dir. Josh Taft
Seven resilient people attempt to come to terms with the profound reality of living with the hereditary chronic illness known as Huntington's Disease.
Between Resistance and Community
BETWEEN RESISTANCE AND COMMUNITY focuses on a group of kids who have built a community around a love of music and a passion for creating an alternative to dominant consumerist society.
An Englishman in New York
Dir. Richard Laxton
An exhilarating, funny and inspiring story focusing on Quentin Crisp's emigration to the United States the final years of his life.
NY Export: Opus Jazz
In 1958, Jerome Robbins’ “ballet in sneakers,” "NY Export: Opus Jazz," became a smash hit when it was broadcast on The Ed Sullivan Show and toured around the world.
Dir. Benjamin Ross
This gripping drama follows the unlikely friendship between a psychiatric patient who lives to sponge off the system and the newly arrived patient who causes her to question everything she ever thought she knew.
A Biography of Lilith
Dir. Lynne Sachs
In a lively mix of off-beat narrative, collage and memoir, A BIOGRAPHY OF LILITH updates the creation myth by telling the story of the first woman and for some, the first feminist.
Dir. Terence Ryan
When an Irish Free State is set up in the 1920s, the border is drawn right through the middle of the village of Puckoon, through the middle of the pub and the churchyard.
Dir. Tarunabh Dutta
Allegedly "based on a true incident," this featurette from Mumbai-based indie filmmaker Tarunabh Dutta puts a lively Indian spin on zombie horror conventions.
Dir. Christine Turner
Through the eyes of funeral director Isaiah Owens, the beauty and grace of African American funerals are brought to life.
Glen and Randa
Dir. Jim McBride
Independent filmmaker Jim McBride follows a hedonistic, innocent young couple as they roam the post-apocalyptic world in search of a fabled, unspoiled city of dreams.
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.
In Another Country
In a triptych of overlapping stories, three different French women (all played by Isabelle Huppert) visit a small Korean resort town and encounter a flirtatious director, a lovestruck lifeguard and far too much soju.
Labor Day, East Chicago
Dir. Tom Palazzolo
Tom Palazzolo documents Labor Day festivities in the blue-collar East Side of Chicago.
A Man, a Woman and a Killer
A MAN, A WOMAN AND A KILLER takes the intersection of three lives and deviates into unique territory by commenting on the act of filmmaking itself.
Virgins of Bali
Dir. Deane Dickason
The wedding preparations for two young women of Bali are fully (perhaps too fully) explored in this troubling shockumentary from the early 1930s.
Dir. Tomoya Sato
Meet L'ILYA, a young video artist who documents peoples' suicides and projects their final moments out of context in trendy clubs.
Music from the Big House
Dir. Bruce McDonald
An extraordinary story about finding hope, joy and music behind bars. Rita Chiarelli, Canada's Queen of the Blues, takes a pilgrimage to the birthplace of the Blues: Louisiana State Maximum Security Penitentiary.
Strike the Enemy on the Front Lines and at Home
Bei vraga na fronte i v tylu
Evil cross-dressing "fascist vipers" with forehead swastikas do their best to subvert the Soviet Union's military and infrastructural strengths.
House of Whipcord
There is a large and old home just a few hours drive from London. A home that use to be a house of corrections, where bad girls were brought and bad girls were punished for crimes against society.
Dir. Alexander Sokurov
In a desolate, sun-scorched corner of the world, an elderly woman has come to see her beloved grandson, a young officer stationed at a remote military outpost.
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.
Elvis: Return to Tupelo
Dir. Michael Rose
Narrated by prolific country musician and actor Kris Kristofferson, this feature-length documentary takes an intimate look at Elvis Presley’s childhood growing up in Tupelo, Mississippi.
Notes From the Lower East Side
An experimental documentary filmed over a two-year period.
A Woman's Face
En kvinnas ansikte
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 Mothering Heart
Dir. D.W. Griffith
D.W. Griffith's THE MOTHERING HEART tells the tale of a man and his wife separated by a drive for success and the temptations of another woman.
Dir. Roy Ward Baker
Under the guidance of a controversial psychiatrist who engages in some very strange practices, the patients of the Archway Community are forced to look inward for the answers to the dark secrets that bind them.
Dir. Marjorie Keller
HEREIN charts the movement from political activism to filmmaking through the metaphor of a dwelling.
Why Babies Leave Home
Dir. Leslie Goodwins
A vagabond drifts homeward after thirty years to save his elderly parents from eviction and an heiress from kidnappers, although not before wreaking havoc at both of their homes.
House of the Sleeping Beauties
Das Haus der schlafenden Schönen
Edmond, a man in his sixties whose wife has recently passed away, is told about a secret establishment where men can spend an entire night in bed alongside beautiful, sleeping young women, who stretch, roll over and dream, but never awaken.
Save and Protect
Dir. Alexander Sokurov
A retelling of Gustave Flaubert’s "Madame Bovary" as a surreal story of universal suffering, the film emphasizes the heroine’s internal transformation as she slowly loses her grip on reality.
A Negação do Brasil
Based on the filmmaker's own memories and on a sturdy body of research evidence, race relations in Brazilian soap operas are examined.
The Battle of San Pietro
Dir. John Huston
Director/narrator John Huston's government-produced chronicle of the late 1943 battle shot right alongside U.S. Army troops.
Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam
Dir. Nick Broomfield
Acclaimed filmmaker Nick Broomfield takes on his most controversial subject, Heidi Fleiss, madam to Hollywood superstars.
The Painted Lady
Dir. D.W. Griffith
Sometimes, women fall in with a bad sort of man. This is one of those times. The protagonist of this short moral tale meets a fellow who seems to take a liking to her. However, he's less interested in her than she suspects.
Dir. Kim Ki-Duk
In this intense and haunting story, a loan shark living an isolated and lonely existence uses brutality to threaten and collect paybacks from desperate borrowers for his moneylender boss.
Dir. Olivier Smolders
ADORATION takes inspiration from the grisly real-life case of Issei Sagawa, arrested in Paris in 1981, to craft a beautiful and jarring meditation on art, desire and the gaze.
The Thanhouser Studio and the Birth of American Cinema
Dir. Ned Thanhouser
A fifty minute documentary recounting the remarkable tale of one of America's pioneering independent motion picture studios during the first decade of the twentieth century.
The Remnants of Civilization and the Dawn of Anxiety
Dir. Daniel Stuyck
Two parallel films, unfolding simultaneously: a deadpan comedy about the problem of happiness.
Today and Tomorrow
Hoy y mañana
The seemingly unavoidable downward spiral of Argentina's middle class during the current economic and social crisis is vividly brought to life in TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Dir. Alexander Sokurov
RUSSIAN ARK is shot from the point-of-view of an unseen narrator, as he explores the museum and travels through Russian history.
Broke in China
Lady Chatterley et l'homme des bois
Robbed of intimacy by her blueblood husband's war injuries, Constance Chatterley longs for the emotional fulfillment and physical passion that her marriage lacks.
Dir. Bouli Lanners
Yvan and Elie are both nostalgic about lost relationships, which is what leads them to undertake a bizarre journey through a region that is as spectacular as it is crazy.
Dir. Leedham Bantock
A long-thought-lost version of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol." This film was re-released in 1926 by Pathé Films.
The House of Exorcism
After some distributors found LISA AND THE DEVIL too mystifying for release, producer Alfredo Leone shot additional scenes and transformed LISA into THE HOUSE OF EXORCISM, capitalizing on the popularity of demon possession films.
The House of Science
a museum of false facts
The winner of numerous festival prizes, this early work by Lynne Sachs is a provocative film essay on women's perspectives on their bodies in a "man's world."
Uncle Si and the Sirens
"The most wonderful and marvelous invention of the age!" A mysterious device allows our yokel protagonist to conjure images on a vanity-mirror-like screen.
Dir. Lesley Selander
John Sands, a reformed gunman and storekeeper in a Mexican border town, again straps on gun belt and six-shooters to find the killer of his brother.
Honour Thy Father and Thy Mother
The Ten Commandments
Phil Mulloy doesn’t illustrate the Fourth Commandment so much as obliterate it.
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.
The Dirigible "Los Angeles"
Manned by a German crew, the "Los Angeles" logged 4,398 hours and 331 successful flights during its life. This lovely film was copied by Blackhawk from an original nitrate print.
All Ghost Women Play the Theremin
Dir. Jerzy Rose
A glimpse into the life of Clara Rockmore, the early 20th Century musical prodigy and protégée of Leon Theremin, inventor of the electronic instrument which bears his name.
Mofuku no onna: Kuzureru
A married woman, tasked with running her handicapped husband's failing printing business, meets a drifter and they fall in love.
Dir. Paul Anderson
In a bleak near-future, a charming ex-con and his sexy girlfriend live for stealing fast cars, leading cops on high-speed chases and crashing through posh store windows to steal everything they can grab.
Dir. D.W. Griffith
In the era of the gold rush, Dora (Mary Pickford) likes one fellow but he decides to prospect elsewhere and leaves her behind. Before long, another fellow (Lionel Barrymore) decides to make a play for the lonely young woman, too.