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.
United Red Army
Jitsuroku Rengo Sekigun: Asama sanso e no michi
Koji Wakamatsu's epic docudrama explores the political unrest of 1960s Japan when mass student uprisings coincided with the beginnings of the far-left United Red Army group.
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.
Tax Me If You Can
Dir. Liz Jackson
We all know the mega rich pay much less tax than the rest of us but just how do they do it?
Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth
Dir. Ed Haynes
Musician, composer, producer, music theorist, singer and visual artist, Brian Eno is probably best known for his early work with Roxy Music and as one of the principal innovators of ambient music.
The Cold Lands
Dir. Tom Gilroy
When his fiercely self-reliant mother dies unexpectedly, eleven-year-old Atticus is wary of the authorities and flees deep into the forests of his Catskills home. His sheltered, off-the-grid childhood is over, and a new life on the move has begun.
The Snow Hawk
Stan works in a grocery store in the middle of the mountains, buried in snow. The young woman he's in love with is falling for a fraud who pretends to be an officer.
Dir. Kirby Dick
The internationally acclaimed film about comedian and performance artist Bob Flanagan whose experiences with sadomasochism helped him manage his painful disease Cystic Fibrosis.
Dir. Marjorie Keller
HEREIN charts the movement from political activism to filmmaking through the metaphor of a dwelling.
The White Mountain Abduction
What happened to Barney and Betty Hill on the night of September 19th, 1961? Their niece investigates the world’s most famous case of alleged alien abduction.
A Touch of Grey
In an attempt to recapture the innocence of her carefree days, Barb calls her high school pals Patti, Karen and Liz together for a weekend reunion.
If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle
Eu cand vreau sa fluier, fluier
Silviu has only two weeks left before his release from a hostile juvenile detention center. But when his mother returns to take his younger brother away, those two weeks become an eternity.
Fela Kuti: Music is the Weapon
Shot in Lagos at the peak of his career in 1982, this documentary contains interviews with Fela detailing his thoughts on politics, Pan-Africanism, music and religion.
Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine
LOUISE BOURGEOIS: THE SPIDER, THE MISTRESS AND THE TANGERINE is a cinematic journey inside the life and imagination of an icon of modern art.
Holes in My Shoes
Dir. David Wachs
HOLES IN MY SHOES profiles the ultimate New Yorker, Jack Beers, and demonstrates the power and promise of the "American dream" through the artfully-told, inspirational story of his life.
Story of a Peculiar Night
Dir. Alessandro Marenga
A documentary record of the 2004 premiere in Rome of the restored print of Michelangelo Antonioni's 1950 film STORY OF A LOVE AFFAIR.
Dir. Ron Morales
In this unpredictable and tightly-paced thriller, family man Marlon Villa is faced with an unthinkable predicament when he gets ambushed while driving both his boss's twelve year-old girl and his own daughter home from school one afternoon.
Dir. Curtis Harrington
Curtis Harrington's final film before he died in 2007 is a remake of a short he made in high school based on the classic Edgar Allan Poe story “The Fall of the House of Usher.”
The Red Shoes
Dir. Michael Sporn
Set in present day, this classic Andersen tale is about a young African-American girl who learns the value of friendship with help from a pair of magic slippers.
Half of a Yellow Sun
Dir. Biyi Bandele
Olanna and Kainene are glamorous twins from a wealthy Nigerian family. Upon returning to a privileged city life in newly independent 1960s Nigeria after their expensive English education, the two women make very different choices.
Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense
Dir. Dennis Marks
TEACHER DON'T TEACH ME NONSENSE is a rarely-seen documentary, mixing candid interviews of Fela Kuti with selected live segments from his stirring performances.
When I Saw You
With difficulties adjusting to life in Harir camp and a longing to be reunited with his father, Tarek searches for a way out, and discovers a new hope emerging with the times.
Frantz Fanon: His Life, His Struggle, His Work
Dir. Cheikh Djemai
Frantz Fanon, a psychiatrist originally from Martinique, became a spokesman for the Algerian revolution against French colonialism.
El Invierno de Pablo
Through a straightforward depiction of life's everyday moments, the decay of the local mining culture is explored.
The Sky is Gray
Dir. Stan Lathan
From Ernest J. Gaines, author of “The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman”, comes a deceptively simple, yet emotionally complex tale of a young boy's discovery of what it's like to be black in Louisiana during the 1940's.
Dir. Scott Stark
A simple cinematic device (the wipe) is used to interweave human and mechanical movements through fixed spaces over time, revealing potent absences and reflected presences.
The Red Spectre
This impressive netherworld trick film was made for Pathé by Segundo de Chomón and Ferdinand Zecca. The original print from which this copy is reproduced was rescued for twenty-five dollars from a junkyard in Guanajuato, Mexico.
Dir. Bill Kinder
An Iraq War veteran, battle-trained in maximum security telecom encryption and battling her own post-combat trauma, uses her high-tech expertise to bring down a tea party candidate for the United States Senate.
Who am I This Time?
Dir. Jonathan Demme
Mix together a small town community theatre's shy leading man and the lovely telephone worker who moves into town and you have a perfect recipe for a delightful romantic comedy.
Tarr Béla: I Used to Be a Filmmaker
Dir. Jean-Marc Lamoure
An illuminating, and extremely rare, documentary profile of one of the greatest filmmakers of our time, Bela Tarr.
Patti Smith: Dream of Life
Dir. Steven Sebring
Steven Sebring creates a beautiful collage of images, memories and performances illuminating the complexities and capturing the essence of this distinctive, legendary icon, Patti Smith.
Alone: Without a Friend in the World
A woman is wandering the streets of Chicago feeling she is, as Florence Nightingale wrote, "Alone, pursuing the most difficult objects, without a friend in the world."
In this acclaimed absurdist comedy, bored teenagers and disillusioned adults rage at each other and the emptiness of life in frost-bitten northern China.
Dir. Dana Plays
ZERO HOUR refers to characteristic current postwar situations, alluding to the avoidance of this depiction by media networks during the Gulf War.
Dir. Karl Lemieux
MAMORI transports us into a black-and-white universe of fluid shapes, dappled and striated with shadows and light, where the texture of the visuals and of the celluloid itself have been transformed through the filmmaker’s artistry.
Klovn: The Movie
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.
The Cherry Orchard
Dir. Michael Cacoyannis
In pre-Revolution Russia, Madame Ranevskaya (Charlotte Rampling) returns to her decaying estate after an exile in Paris.
The Day I Vanished
Dir. Don Glut
After shooting himself with a mysterious syringe that renders him invisible, a man wreaks havoc on those unfortunate enough to have wandered into his domain.
Don't Follow Me (I'm Lost)
Dir. William Miller
Iconoclastic rocker Bobby Bare Jr., son of country music legend Bobby Bare, discusses his struggles dealing with the repercussions of a perpetual life on the road.
James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket
Dir. Karen Thorsen
James Baldwin was a major twentieth century American author, a Civil Rights activist and a prophetic voice calling Americans, Black and white, to confront their shared racial tragedy.
Muzak: a tool of management
Dir. Joshua Oppenheimer
American filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer spent over a decade in Indonesia interviewing members of the Death Squads that murdered hundreds of thousands of people in the anti-communist purges of 1965 and 1966.
Dir. Charles Hood
Virgil is a thirty-year-old scientist developing technology to permanently preserve human organs for transplant. However, his obsession with his work takes a toll on his marriage.
Dir. Denys Arcand
Explorer, colonizer, founder of Québec, discoverer of Lake Champlain, governor of New France, cartographer and writer, few men in Canadian history had a more adventurous and varied career than Samuel de Champlain.
Dir. Pamela Yates
The remarkable impact of a film on a nation's fight for justice, dramatically entered as evidence to bring a dictator to justice and give Mayan people their day in court.
Dir. Peter Werner
Ab Snopes is a Southern tenant farmer whose unrelenting and violent nature proves to be his undoing.
At the River I Stand
The connection between economic and civil rights, debates over strategies for change and the demand for full inclusion of African Americans in American life are examined.
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.
Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould
An enigmatic musical poet and the most documented classical musician of the last century, world-renowned pianist Glenn Gould continues to captivate international audiences twenty-six years after his untimely death.
Atalanta: 32 Years Later
Dir. Lynne Sachs
A retelling of the age-old fairy tale of the beautiful princess in search of the perfect prince.
Wolves in the Snow
Des chiens dans la neige
After a violent marital argument ensues between Lucie and Antoine that results in Antoine's death, Lucie discovers his secret life of gangsters, money laundering and violence.
The Conquest of the Pole
À la conquête du pôle
THE CONQUEST OF THE POLE was Georges Méliès' final stab at epic filmmaking before his bankruptcy a year later. In the short (not unlike A TRIP TO THE MOON), scientists gather and draft plans to undertake a great voyage.
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.
Dir. Mads Matthiesen
When introverted bodybuilder Dennis invites a local girl out on a date his mother is hurt and disappointed. Despite the pressure she puts on him to cancel the date, Dennis ventures into a night that he will never forget.