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.
A Swedish Midsummer Sex Comedy
A SWEDISH MIDSUMMER SEX COMEDY is a heartfelt, ensemble, romantic comedy set in an idyllic Swedish summer.
The Lemon Grove Kids
The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters
To settle their differences, Slug, Gopher, and The Lemon Grove Kids agree to participate in a cross-country race with their neighborhood rivals, Killer Krump and The East Lemon Grove Kids.
Truth in Numbers?
TRUTH IN NUMBERS? explores the history and cultural implications of the online, user-editable encyclopedia Wikipedia.
The Tao of 9 Second Ave
Dir. Michael Schiller
THE TAO OF 9 SECOND AVE documents the life of an extraordinary building on the Lower East Side of New York City.
Shepard and Dark
Dir. Treva Wurmfeld
Treva Wurmfeld observes Sam Shepard and Johnny Dark over a period of 18 months and captures an indelible portrait of a complex male friendship rarely depicted on screen.
Ma'loul Celebrates Its Destruction
Ma'loul fête sa destruction
Since the declaration of the state of Israel in 1948, countless Palestinian villages have been erased from the map. MA'LOUL CELEBRATES ITS DESTRUCTION uses poignant images of bombardments, destroyed buildings and disfigured people to illustrate this.
Dir. Elza Kephart
The story of Patsy, a lonely, dreamy nurse who, after being bitten by a zombie, becomes a flesh-eating sex kitten.
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.
See This Movie
Dir. David Rosenthal
After graduating at the top of his class from 3-Day Film School, Jake cons his way into the Montreal Film Festival with a film that doesn't exist.
I Was a Teenage Movie Maker
Dir. Don Glut
From 1953 to 1969, Don Glut (best known for writing the best-selling novelization of the movie THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK) made amateur movies, most of them in the horror and science fiction genres.
In Tbilisi, the capital of the newly independent Georgia after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The country is immersed in violence, there's a war on the Black Sea coast in Abkhazia, and vigilante justice plagues society.
From Two Worlds as a Keepsake
Yerku ashkharhic i hishatak
In a multi-ethnic town in Soviet Azerbaijan, eight-year old Ashen's divorced Armenian parents are in an emotional tug-of-war over which of them will raise their child.
Dir. Charles Chaplin
A tour de force of Charlie Chaplin's superb pantomime and comic creativity performed in a restricted space, a brilliant experiment that he never repeated.
Meteor and Shadow
Meteoro kai skia
A poignant and harrowing account of the rise and fall of Napoleon Lapathiotis, Greece's most esteemed poet.
Dir. Christian Lybrook
After thirty years, James returns to his childhood home to uncover the disappearance of his younger brother Russell.
Dir. Nina Menkes
A reflection of Lulu's metaphysical voyage through questions of identity. Is she her intrusive mother or her deranged sister? Or something else altogether?
Hearts and Diamonds
Dir. George Baker
When a fellow is told that his intend paramour has an interest in sport, what more can a fellow do? Get involved in the game, of course!
Twelve-year-old Itamar has a deep passion for ice skating. However, he is slowly losing his hearing, which forces him away from his singular passion.
A Summer's Tale
Eric Rohmer's characteristically light touch allows his characters to discourse on love and friendship, even as their body language complicates and even contradicts their words.
A Warm Day Comes After a Cold Winter
Dir. Walter Ungerer
Walter Ungerer's A WARM DAY COMES AFTER A COLD WINTER is among a series of experimental films the filmmaker made in the 1990s that utilize computer animation and assorted "lo-fi" video artifacts.
Dir. Mohamed Diab
Three Cairene women from different backgrounds join together in uneasy solidarity to combat the sexual harassment that has impacted each of their lives.
Three Cheers for the Whale
THREE CHEERS FOR THE WHALE chronicles the history of mankind's relationship with the largest and most majestic of marine mammals, and graphically exposes their slaughter by the fishing industry.
A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness
An unnamed character appears in the midst of a fifteen-person collective on a small Estonian island. Later, he reappears in isolation in Northern Finland and, later still, performing at a concert in Norway.
The Black Balloon
While trying to move forty kids six blocks in New York City alone, a stressed man accidentally loses a bouquet of a hundred balloons.
The Time We Killed
Dir. Jennifer Reeves
Jennifer Reeves' debut feature follows Robyn (poet Lisa Jarnot), a writer incapable of leaving her New York apartment despite the intrusions of the outside world.
Dir. George Nichols
This sensational popular story was one of three Haggard novels filmed by Thanhouser.
This Is Not a Movie
Dir. Olallo Rubio
A twisted, apocalyptic satire, THIS IS NOT A MOVIE envisions the end of the world through the bipolar mind of a strung-out pop-culture addict.
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.
The Endless Summer
Dir. Bruce Brown
They call it THE ENDLESS SUMMER: the ultimate surfing adventure, crossing the globe in search of the perfect wave.
A Buster Keaton-esque comedy from the former Soviet Union in which a young man's passion for chess threatens to wreck his marriage.
Seven Wonders of the World
A round-the-world adventure that picks up where the Greeks of antiquity left off. Released in 1956, this Cinerama spectacle follows 20th century adventurer Lowell Thomas as he seeks out the Seven Wonders of the Modern World.
Dir. Dan Zukovic
From the director of the 90’s cult hit THE LAST BIG THING, comes a modern comedy noir about love, lust, art and the power of the image in today’s culture.
I'll See You in My Dreams
Te veré en mis sueños
The most expensive short film ever produced in Portugal also happens to be a two-fisted Cinemascope zombie epic.
The Wife Master
Dir. Mich Medvedoff
A forty year old unemployed, gay misogynist agrees to a shady business deal and marries a Cambodian immigrant for money. When the money runs out, he marries another wife, followed by another and another.
The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun
La petite vendeuse de Soleil
African master Djibril Diop Mambety's final film brings us the feisty Sili Lam, a twelve year old paraplegic who becomes the first girl to sell a daily newspaper in the competitive world of young male newspaper vendors.
The Windmill Movie
Dir. Alexander Olch
Culling from a two-hundred-hour trove of footage, filmmaker Alexander Olch has cleverly invented an autobiography-by-proxy of his mentor, legendary documentary and experimental filmmaker Richard P. Rogers.
Dir. Lawrence Jordan
Where all is static motion; where music and light become one; where change and motion become one; and where the end is the beginning.
Dir. Alberto Cavallone
One of the most obscure of the many late 70's Italian genre films which touches upon art, trauma, madness and sexual perversion.
Heat and Sunlight
Dir. Rob Nilsson
The last few hours of a love affair between Mel Hurley, a photographer traumatized by the Biafran War, and Carmen, his dancer girlfriend, is an improvised nightmare of fear and misunderstanding.
Dir. Curtis Harrington
Beginning in the reality of American middle-class life, PICNIC portrays the idealistic dream-quest of the protagonist, from which he is finally cast off.
7P., cuis., s. de b.
...à saisir | Seven Bedrooms, Kitchen and Bath
An unusual visit to a large, empty apartment. But is it empty or not?
A group of seventeen teenage girls from the same high school all decide to become pregnant at the same time, an act at once unexpected and incomprehensible to the adults and the boys in their world.
Glenroy Brothers no.2
The Glenroy Brothers were frequent vaudeville performers who offered variations of "The Comic View of Boxing: The Tramp and the Athlete."
A Step into the Darkness
A young northern Iraqi girl is the sole survivor of a mistaken military raid on her village, only to be captured by militant Islamists, who plan to use her as an expendable instrument of terror with devastating consequences.
National Parks Project: Prince Albert National Park
NIGHT VISION actualizes the fears and desires of a young girl with stunning images of Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan, at night.
What Other Couples Do
Dir. Courtney Daniels
This frisky comedy finds several thirties-ish couples on variable rungs of the Los Angeles show-business ladder gathering for a dinner party that is by turns competitive, uncomfortable, fidelity-testing and marriage-repairing.
Le chant des ondes
An ensemble of Ondes Martenot aficionados search through studios, basements, science labs and workshops to unravel the secrets of an instrument that would turn the raw material of electricity into music.
Dir. Mark Street
A mesmerizing formal treatment of what appear to be 1930s or 1950s 16mm porn movies whose original content has been carefully augmented with color overlays and step-printing.
Rock Hudson's Home Movies
Dir. Mark Rappaport
Mark Rappaport’s feature film ROCK HUDSON'S HOME MOVIES is a rule-breaking, dizzying assortment of clips from Rock Hudson’s Hollywood career.
Dir. Terrance Odette
It’s the holiday shopping season and two homeless men journey from the inner city to a suburban shopping mall to exploit their only possession, an electric space heater.
Subway to the Former East Village
Dir. Richard Sandler
Richard Sandler’s gritty city symphony takes stock of New York’s Lower East Side with a decade’s worth of moments and encounters that would otherwise be lost to history.
A Zed and Two Noughts
Dir. Peter Greenaway
A ZED AND TWO NOUGHTS is Peter Greenaway’s beautifully disturbing and darkly humorous take on erotic obsession and death.
Dir. Marc Singer
For years, a homeless community took root in a train tunnel beneath New York City, braving dangerous conditions and perpetual night.
Dreams and Burdens
Dir. Les Blank
Werner Herzog revisits the territories of his exhilarating FITZCARRALDO and, by extension, Les Blank's unparalleled making-of documentary.
Dir. Peter Spenceley
Loved as dance performers but hated as homosexuals, the stories of "Aravanis" emblazon the inner conflicts of India’s gender culture today.
Dir. Michael Sporn
Set in 1919 Harlem, two girls (one white, one black) form a lifelong friendship through a chance encounter and the jazztime music of young “Fats”Waller.
What is this film called Love?
Dir. Mark Cousins
A passionate, poetic documentary about the nature of happiness.
Light Licks: Daily Camera
Dir. Saul Levine
Before the figurative portrait of the Colorado town gives way to visual instability, images superimposed one over another and pulsing colors and abstract shapes created by the play of light on the lens and the film.