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. Jack Green
A clan of Irish-American con artists live in a secluded compound and have their own time-honored customs.
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.
Dir. Ulrich Seidl
IMPORT EXPORT deals with sex and death, living and dying, winners and losers, power and helplessness.
Golub: Late Works are the Catastrophes
A chronicle of the work and times of an American artist, taking us from searing images of interrogations and torture to the ironies and dark humor of old-age.
Class of Struggle
Classe de lutte
The film focuses on agitation by workers at the Yema Watch Factory, particularly the efforts of one recently radicalized worker, Suzanne Zedet. Zedet describes her political activity, and the punishments issued in response by the factory management.
Tell Me Something
Korean cinema superstar Han Suk-gyu (Shiri) stars as Lieutenant Cho, a cop on the edge who, while under investigation for graft and mourning the recent death of his mother, is suddenly put in charge of a seemingly impenetrable mystery.
Tale the Autumn Leaves Told
This short fragment demonstrates the ways that Edwin S. Porter continued to seek visual novelties favoring a stylistically audacious image over straightforward storytelling.
Solomon Northup's Odyssey
Half Slave, Half Free
To be a free man and a man with a trade was a lot to be proud of for a Black man in 19th Century America. Solomon Northup was such a man. Then, one fateful day, his good life and all his dreams came to a crashing halt.
Journey into the Unknown
Dir. Kerry Laitala
Abstract meditations upon temptation, murder and revenge. Hand-processed and optically printed film for your visceral pleasure.
Dir. Vitali Manski
Granted total access to His Holiness for twenty-four hours, this is a day in the life of the Dalai Lama from when he wakes up at 3:00am until his bedtime at dusk.
Dir. Marjorie Keller
A young dancer re-choreographed through film editing. This film was originally made in standard 8mm from a home movie.
Inside/Outside Station Nine
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 Presidio Pet Cemetery is the final resting place for the more than four-hundred and twenty pets that once lived on the military base at the Presidio.
Go Tell It on the Mountain
Dir. Stan Lathan
A story of violence and desire, of tenderness and compassion, so gripping and moving, which lays bare the trials and sufferings, the yearnings and aspirations of three generations of an African American family.
The Tell-Tale Heart
Dir. Scott Mansfield
True to the words of master storyteller Edgar Allan Poe, this stunning adaptation brings to life what is perhaps Poe's best known short story.
Dir. Charles Lane
A young artist living in New York, on the fringes of the financial district and its rushing crowds, tries to make a living sketching passers-by on the street.
The Wind Journeys
Los viajes del viento
For most of his life, Ignacio traveled the villages of Colombia, playing songs on his accordion, a legendary instrument said to have once belonged to the devil.
Dir. Daniel Laabs
Daniel Laabs' first film, made while he was still a university student, is a delicately evocative drama that debuted at the Dallas International Film Festival.
Roy Cohn/Jack Smith
Dir. Jill Godmilow
Jill Godmilow has crafted a dramatically deft, comic and terrifying film diptych of queer-on-queer.
Dir. Charles Chaplin
The janitor loves the pretty bank secretary, but her sweetheart is another, the cashier.
Mr. Walkie Talkie
Dir. Fred Guiol
Joe Sawyer and William Tracy return in another wacky service comedy, Sawyer as the exasperated sergeant of a GI trainee (Tracy) who remembers everything he has ever heard.
Resistance: Untold Stories of Jewish Partisans
Dir. Seth Kramer
RESISTANCE is the first major look at the complex subject of Jewish efforts to fight back against the Nazis and their collaborators in Eastern Europe.
Dir. Andrew Gallerani
Harold (Jeremy Piven) is a tour bus driver. While visiting a good friend in a cafe, Harold spots his favorite actress, Amanda Clark (Sherilyn Fenn).
Notes After Long Silence
Dir. Saul Levine
Images from disparate sources are intercut from longer shots of a woman talking to and playing with her two young children.
Travellers and Magicians
Dir. Khyentse Norbu
One of Himalayan Buddhism’s most revered lamas, Khyentse weaves parallel fable-like tales about two men who seek to escape their mundane lives in TRAVELLERS & MAGICIANS.
A Trip to the Moon
Le voyage dans la Lune
Every frame of A TRIP TO THE MOON is brimming with invention. It remains the best known of Georges Méliès’s hundreds of fantasy films, in no small part for its extraordinary image of a rocket crashing into the Man in the Moon.
Kip Polyard suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder and hasn't left his apartment in 10 months. When beautiful Celine moves in next door, Kip finds himself in an unlikely romance.
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.
Labor Day, East Chicago
Dir. Tom Palazzolo
Tom Palazzolo documents Labor Day festivities in the blue-collar East Side of Chicago.
The Unspeakable Act
Dir. Dan Sallitt
Jackie Kimball is a normal 17-year-old girl, except that for as long as she can remember, she's been in love with her older brother Matthew.
Love Stories My Grandmother Tells
Dir. Dana Plays
A portrait of Peggy Regler, the ninety year old paternal grandmother of filmmaker Dana Plays, reminiscing about her love affairs and significant relationships.
Manuscripts Don't Burn
Drawing from the true story of the Iranian government's attempted 1995 murder of several prominent writers and intellectuals, Mohommad Rasoulof imagines a repressive regime so pervasive that even the morally righteous are subsumed or cast aside.
The Trip to Bountiful
Dir. Peter Masterson
Forced by circumstances to live her loathsome son and daughter-in-law, an elderly woman wants nothing more out of life than to return to her hometown of Bountiful.
A young girl sets off on a surreal metaphysical voyage through which she will learn all the pain and joy of life.
Ancient Parts/Foreign Parts
Dir. Marjorie Keller
ANCIENT PARTS portrays the symbolic differentiation and mock conquest of a boy and his mother. FOREIGN PARTS portrays the poetics of family life in an unfamiliar context. Two joined together as one.
Dir. John Marshall
Accompanying patrol cars 901 and 904 as they ply the streets of Pittsburgh.
A grainy black-and-white adventure on the high seas turns into something else entirely in this typically idiosyncratic short from David and Nathan Zellner.
Breathe In/Breathe Out
Dir. Beth B
Bravely bringing three severely traumatized Vietnam war veterans and their adult children back to Vietnam, the place of their trauma, the director explores rebirth and the reconciliation process.
Dir. Marion Hänsel
After a mysterious figure kills a man near a small, desolate South African coastal town, he takes on the identity of his victim.
A woman with an oddly hairy belly gives birth to a pair of hands in Marie Losier’s giddily inventive "portrait" of filmmaker Guy Maddin, done as a collaboration between the two iconoclasts.
A dramatic comedy about insecurity, uncertainty, unhealthy competition and just about everything else between the lines.
From Hand to Mouth
Dir. Alfred Goulding
With its large ensemble cast and elaborate location shooting, FROM HAND TO MOUTH signals Harold Lloyd’s mature phase following innumerable one-reelers.
The Official Story
La historia oficial
In Argentina, a wife's whole life changes when she discovers that her daughter, adopted at birth, may have been stolen from a family of "los desaparecidos."
Lou Ye Gui Gen
In this soulful and humane comedy, Zhao, a middle-aged construction worker, struggles to fulfill a dying co-worker's last wish to be buried in China's Three Gorges region.
Dir. Jonas Mekas
Drawn together from two decades of itinerant shooting in Europe, this film evokes the filmmakers' improvisatory approach to sightseeing, with Assisi, Moscow and Stockholm all filtered through his singularly animated lens.
Dir. Abraham Ravett
The surrounding landscape in a number of small villages throughout Iwate Prefecture is recorded in order to create a cinematic space which echoes, by implication and association, the external and unseen world in the environment.
Letters Real/Names Not
The Big Stick/An Old Reel
Dir. Saul Levine
Saul Levine spent six years cutting up and reediting 8mm prints of two Charlie Chaplin shorts, IN THE PARK and EASY STREET, into a dynamic yet dreamy deconstruction of physical and narrative movement.
Dir. Hal Hartley
An ambitious and idealistic young actress comes to Berlin to convince an American ex-pat filmmaker that she must be his next muse.
The multi-ethnic work force of Polish, Arab, Jewish, Hispanic and African-American men and women unite together despite the Wells Foundry's efforts to use race as a wedge to divide them.
Right Eye/Left Eye
Dir. Janis Crystal Lipzin
The narrow and often confounding boundary between the real and the depicted; two dimensional and three-dimensional components of all photographic processes are explored.
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.
Dir. Eric Brietbart
Frederick Taylor and his followers attempted to meet American management's problems through "scientific management," a radical program to organize every aspect of production under a regime of quantitative measures and systematic planning.
If You Could Say It in Words
Dir. Nicholas Gray
Nelson has Asperger's Syndrome, a condition that impairs social function. Undiagnosed, poor, and an artist, he is pushed to society's fringes. He meets Sadie, a young woman with broken dreams.
Dir. Danielle Cousineau
TELL ME is the story of a young, troubled woman who recedes into her psyche when a memory of her abusive childhood is triggered.
Journal of a Contract Killer
Stephanie Komack was a high-class hooker and assassin for organized crime in Italy. Now working in London as a waitress and a mother to her seven year old daughter, the mob tracks Stephanie down and persuades her to do one last job.
A Hell of a Note
Dir. Eagle Pennell
Eagle Pennell was a self-taught filmmaker who had been hanging out around the University of Texas Austin campus when he decided to make A HELL OF A NOTE. The film follows Sonny Carl Davis and Lou Perryman from getting fired to getting drunk.