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.
Bad Blood I The Night is Young
Marc and Hans, two old gangsters, are ordered by a rival, the American woman, to repay a debt.
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.
The Turin Horse
City of Life and Death
CITY OF LIFE AND DEATH, a stunning depiction of the Rape of Nanking, is "a film strong enough to change your life" (Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times).
Bad Boy Bubby
Dir. Rolf de Heer
Bubby is a demented man-child kept locked his entire life in a squalid apartment by his depraved mother.
Stop Making Sense
Dir. Jonathan Demme
Universally acclaimed as one of the best concert films ever made, Jonathan Demme's extraordinary documentary captures the groundbreaking Talking Heads in performance at their peak.
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.
Mikey and Nicky
Dir. Elaine May
A small-time Jewish gangster is in trouble with the mob. He calls on his lifelong friend for help.
To Live and Ride in L.A.
Dir. David Rowe
From the neon glow of Hollywood to the sun-drenched boardwalk of Venice Beach, fixed-gear cycling has evolved into a vibrant street culture that is uniquely Los Angeles.
The Wild Geese
Dir. Andrew V. McLaglen
Screen legends Richard Burton, Roger Moore and Richard Harris star as a team of aging mercenaries hired by a wealthy industrialist for one final mission.
Circle in the Sand
Dir. Michael Robinson
In a broken near future, a band of listless vagabonds ambles across a war-torn coastal territory, supervised and sorted by a group of idle soldiers.
Gruppo di famiglia in un interno
Luchino Visconti's award-winning classic examines the solitary life of a retired American professor (Burt Lancaster) who becomes entangled in his tenants' machinations.
Black Like Me
Dir. Carl Lerner
Based on the landmark memoir by John Howard Griffin, BLACK LIKE ME stars James Whitmore as Griffin, who medically altered his pigment and, with the help of a sunlamp, reinvented himself as an itinerant black writer.
Dir. Werner Herzog
Inspired directly from Bruno S.'s real life experiences, Werner Herzog sends him along with a streetwalker and an eccentric old neighbor to a place where they can find acceptance.
Sins of the Fleshapoids
Dir. Mike Kuchar
Along with Kenneth Anger's SCORPIO RISING and Andy Warhol's CHELSEA GIRLS, Mike Kuchar's SINS OF THE FLESHAPOIDS remains one of the most influential films of the 1960s American underground.
Dir. Jason Wishnow
An unconventional love story between a grown-up girl and a mysterious friend from her childhood.
Truck driver Georgy (Viktor Nemets) sets out on a provincial Russian highway for a routine delivery, but after a series of chance encounters his journey spirals out of control.
Dir. Charles Brabin
This biographical film chronicles the immigration of Edgar Allan Poe's ancestors, the embittered life Poe led and his early and untimely death.
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. Stanley Donen
Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant return to work with director Stanley Donen in the stylish and serpentine CHARADE, a blend of espionage thriller and romantic comedy that is today frequently described as the best movie Alfred Hitchcock never made.
Bim, Bam, Boom
Dir. Marie Losier
Three professional Luchadoras bring lucha libre into life, wrestling with knives, pig heads, flowers and feathers.
Boy Meets Girl
Dir. Leos Carax
A young man breaks-up with his girlfriend. A young woman breaks-up with her boyfriend. Later, these two tormented souls run into each other at a party.
High School seniors hurtling toward maturity experience joy, despair and an aggravated sense of urgency.
Movies Move People
Dir. Jerry Fairbanks
Kodak's MOVIES MOVE PEOPLE tells us what we've already pieced together: there's no way to communicate feelings and ideas quite as compelling as film.
Marriage Italian Style
Marcello Mastroianni co-stars as the irrepressibly carnal businessman Domenico, who discovers Loren's Filumena as a young prostitute and keeps her as his mistress and confidante.
The Plague Dogs
Dir. Martin Rosen
Two dogs escape from a British government research lab.
The Cry of Jazz
Dir. Edward Bland
Filmed in Chicago and finished in 1959, THE CRY OF JAZZ is filmmaker, composer and arranger Edward O. Bland's polemical essay on the politics of music and race: a forecast of what he called "the death of jazz."
California Election News
Dir. Felix Feist
The notorious fake CALIFORNIA ELECTION NEWS was secretly produced by MGM in 1934 for the film industry's campaign against Upton Sinclair.
Dir. Werner Herzog
Based on Bruce Chatwin’s novel "The Viceroy of Ouidah", COBRA VERDE has Klaus Kinski as a ruined rancher-turned-bandit who becomes a brutally effective participant in the slave trade between Africa and South America.
Dir. Will Louis
This is an enjoyable domestic comedy about marital discord and reconciliation. Nothing is allowed to get too serious and all ends happily.
On a dry lakebed in 1964, a trucker and his companion find a baby boy at the dry breast of its dead mother. Years later, three neighbors still share this defining incident from their childhood.
Dir. Hugo Zemp
This film shows the making of panpipes, from the cutting the bamboo in the forest to the making of the final bindings.
Dir. Gillian Armstrong
Jackie dreams of becoming a singing star and her cousin Angus thinks he has what it takes to be a successful manager.
Material Excess: Paradiso
Dir. Jeff Malmberg
Outside a small bar in Kingston, New York, Mark Hogancamp was beaten nearly to death, his memories wiped away. Seeking recovery, he builds Marwencol, a miniature World War II-era town.
The Gospel According to Philip K. Dick
Philip K. Dick may be science fiction's greatest writer ever. His novels and stories continue to inspire a generation of filmmakers, writers, technophiles and philosophers.
The Vanity Tables of Douglas Sirk
Dir. Mark Rappaport
A video essay exploring the frequency and meaning of that particular prop in a wide variety of Douglas Sirk movies.
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.
Famous exotic dancer Sally Rand does her signature routine in this classically scored short: a graceful, toga-clad dance with a buoyant balloon bigger than she is.
Dir. Jim Shedden
The film BRAKHAGE explores the depth and breadth of the filmmaker's genius, the exquisite splendor of his films, his magic personal charm, his aesthetic fellow travelers and the influence his work has had on generations of other creators.
From the lower St. Lawrence, a picture of whale hunting that looks more like a round-up, with a corral, whale-boys and all.
Dir. Jon Else
The story of Richard Wagner's epic masterpiece entirely from the point of view of the opera's unsung heroes, the union stagehands.
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.
Man in the Maze
On a journey through the US borderlands, we see how people are coming up with innovative solutions to mend our broken food system.
My Dog Tulip
Beautifully animated, MY DOG TULIP is a bittersweet retrospective account of author J. R. Ackerley’s sixteen year relationship with his adopted Alsatian bitch, Tulip.
Dir. George Romero
Its code name is 'Trixie', an experimental government germ weapon that leaves its victims either dead or irreversibly insane.
The Promised Land
Dir. Vanessa Knutsen
With immigration forces pursuing her, Mary, a foreign worker living illegally in Israel, must decide whether to uproot her son from the only place he calls home or risk deportation.
Comrades in Dreams
Dir. Uli Gaulke
Uli Gaulke interweaves stories spanning four continents... a traveling Indian tent cinema to a North Korean "film club," a Wyoming woman's dedication to her local cinema group to an open-air cinema in Burkina Faso, the world's poorest country.
Dir. Jordan Mechner
The bittersweet story of how an American community was betrayed by greed, political hypocrisy, and good intentions gone astray.
Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best
Dir. Ryan O'Nan
Recently dumped by his girlfriend, underachiever Alex (Ryan O’Nan) embarks on an impromptu road trip with his new bandmate, the eccentric Jim (Michael Weston).
Bromo and Juliet
Dir. Leo McCarey
Charley Chase’s diminutive gentleman is out of his league the moment his sweetheart says she’ll only marry him if he plays Romeo to her Juliet.
Dir. Buster Keaton
Buster Keaton stars as a movie theatre projectionist who dreams of becoming a super-sleuth and, in one breathtaking sequence, literally steps into the screen to bring his fantasies to life.