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.

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12pm
American Roots Music
American Roots Music

Dir. Jim Brown
(2001)    210 minutes

Blues, folk, gospel, jazz, country, Cajun, Tejano, zydeco: it is all American roots music, born of the melting pot of immigrants adapting the traditions of their cultural heritage for the new world.

Let Each One Go Where He May
Let Each One Go Where He May

Dir. Ben Russell
(2009)    134 minutes

LET EACH ONE GO WHERE HE MAY is the stunning feature debut of celebrated Chicago-based filmmaker Ben Russell.

The Turin Horse
The Turin Horse

A Torinói ló
Dir. Bela Tarr
(2011)    155 minutes

Somewhere in the countryside, the driver of a cab lives with his daughter and a horse. Outside, a windstorm rages.

United Red Army
United Red Army

Jitsuroku Rengo Sekigun: Asama sanso e no michi
Dir. Kôji Wakamatsu
(2007)    190 minutes

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
I Was a Teenage Movie Maker

Dir. Don Glut
(2006)    104 minutes

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
Tax Me If You Can

Dir. Liz Jackson
(2008)    45 minutes

We all know the mega rich pay much less tax than the rest of us but just how do they do it?

2pm
An American Journey
An American Journey

Revisiting Robert Frank's "The Americans"
Dir. Philippe Secleir
(2009)    59 minutes

Robert Frank’s "The Americans" transformed the landscape of contemporary photography. An exile from Europe, Frank criss-crossed the United States with his camera, searching for the uncomfortable truths of his adopted home.

The Five Cent War
The Five Cent War

Dir. Phillip Daniels
(2003)    47 minutes

In 1947, children launched an audacious chocolate bar revolt against candy manufacturers who raised the price of chocolate bars from five cents to eight cents.

The Six Directions of Boxing
The Six Directions of Boxing

Liu he ba fa
Dir. Tien-yung Hsu
(1983)    91 minutes

When a secret team is sent by the police to break up the revolutionaries and their arms movements, it will take more than just guns to annihilate them!

The Vanishing City
The Vanishing City

Dir. Fiore Derosa
(2009)    55 minutes

Global trends in major cities around the world have changed rapidly in the last several decades. These trends are perhaps best exemplified in the city of New York.

The Zookeeper
The Zookeeper

Clovek v zoo
Dir. Ralph Ziman
(2001)    99 minutes

Sam Neill stars as a dedicated zookeeper in this emotionally and politically charged drama that explores the depths of human nature in the time of war.

The White Mountain Abduction
The White Mountain Abduction

Dir. Adam Gray, Andrew Gray
(2009)    21 minutes

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
A Touch of Grey

Dir. Sandra Feldman, Ian Mah
(2009)    92 minutes

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
If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle

Eu cand vreau sa fluier, fluier
Dir. Florin Serban
(2010)    93 minutes

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.

4pm
War Comes to America
War Comes to America

Dir. Frank Capra, Anatole Litvak
(1945)    65 minutes

The seventh and final film in Frank Capra's epic WHY WE FIGHT WWII series, WAR COMES TO AMERICA is one of history's greatest propaganda movies.

American Values, American Wilderness
American Values, American Wilderness

Dir. Christopher Barns, Drury Gunn Carr, Doug Hawes-Davis
(2005)    56 minutes

A diverse group of Americans share their values for wilderness. Their experiences and hopes are interspersed with photography of some of the beautiful wild lands that have captured their hearts.

Curtain at Eight
Curtain at Eight

Dir. E. Mason Hopper
(1933)    61 minutes

Handsome Broadway star Wylie Thornton is shot to death backstage at his own birthday party in front of a dozen witnesses.

The House of Seven Corpses
The House of Seven Corpses

Dir. Paul Harrison
(1974)    88 minutes

A film crew shoots an occult drama in a sinister manor with its own grisly history of family bloodshed.

The Tree That Remembers
The Tree That Remembers

Dir. Masoud Raouf
(2002)    50 minutes

In TREE THAT REMEMBERS, Masoud Raouf documents the experiences of Iranian-Canadians, former political prisoners like himself, who were active in the Iranian democratic movement and continue to struggle with the past.

The Red Shoes
The Red Shoes

Dir. Michael Sporn
(1990)    27 minutes

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
Half of a Yellow Sun

Dir. Biyi Bandele
(2013)    111 minutes

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
Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense

Dir. Dennis Marks
(1984)    57 minutes

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
When I Saw You

Lamma shoftak
Dir. Annemarie Jacir
(2012)    98 minutes

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.

6pm
This American Gothic
This American Gothic

Dir. Sasha Waters Freyer
(2008)    63 minutes

THIS AMERICAN GOTHIC is a history of one of the most famous paintings in the world and a quirky portrait of Eldon, Iowa, population 998 and site of the house that inspired it.

The Business of America
The Business of America

Dir. Larry Adelman, Lawrence Daressa, Bruce Schmeichen
(1984)    57 minutes

THE BUSINESS OF AMERICA is the first film to probe one of our most treasured economic assumptions: that private corporations can be trusted to make the investments upon which all Americans depend.

Nine Lives
Nine Lives

The Eternal Moment of Now
Dir. Jay Rosenblatt
(2001)    1 minute

A house cat dreams of her past lives.

Zero Tolerance
Zero Tolerance

Dir. Sara Gibbings
(2014)    80 minutes

Each year hundreds of thousands of school-age children have been arrested, fined or incarcerated for "offences" such as chewing gum, being late for class or talking back to a teacher.

The Bird with the Crystal Plumage
The Bird with the Crystal Plumage

L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo
Dir. Dario Argento
(1970)    96 minutes

An American writer traveling in Rome is the only witness to an attempted murder by a sinister man in a raincoat and black leather gloves.

The Story of the Dancing Frog
The Story of the Dancing Frog

Dir. Michael Sporn
(1989)    24 minutes

A mother tells her young daughter a curious story from their family history: Great-Aunt Gertrude and a talented frog she names George achieve fame and success as they travel the world performing, before eventually retiring to the south of France, never to

The Red Spectre
The Red Spectre

Le spectre rouge
Dir. Segundo de Chomón, Ferdinand Zecca
(1907)    9 minutes

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.

White Rabbit
White Rabbit

Dir. Bill Kinder
(2014)    86 minutes

How 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?
Who am I This Time?

Dir. Jonathan Demme
(1982)    53 minutes

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
Tarr Béla: I Used to Be a Filmmaker

Dir. Jean-Marc Lamoure
(2013)    85 minutes

An illuminating, and extremely rare, documentary profile of one of the greatest filmmakers of our time, Bela Tarr.

8pm
American Mystic
American Mystic

Dir. Alex Mar
(2010)    81 minutes

Alex Mar's lyrical first work is a bold and artful documentary that braids together the stories of three young Americans who have chosen to sacrifice comforts in order to embrace the fringes of alternative religion.

Censorship USA
Censorship USA

Dir. Alan Roberts
(1971)    40 minutes

The question of defining pornography is posed to a variety of individuals ranging from middle-aged housewives to directors of sex films.

The General Returns From One Place To Another
The General Returns From One Place To Another

Dir. Michael Robinson
(2006)    10 minutes

Shaping a concurrently indulgent and skeptical experience of the beautiful, THE GENERAL RETURNS FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER draws an uneasy balance between the romantic and the horrid.

Towards Zero
Towards Zero

L'heure zéro
Dir. Pascal Thomas
(2007)    104 minutes

TOWARDS ZERO is an explosive mix of shocking family revelations and the kinds of plot twists and turns worthy of Agatha Christie’s finest mysteries.

The Hawk is Dying
The Hawk is Dying

Dir. Julian Goldberger
(2006)    106 minutes

When stricken with a family tragedy, George Gattling becomes obsessed with taming a wild, red-tail hawk.

The Raven
The Raven

Dir. Charles Brabin
(1915)    46 minutes

This biographical film chronicles the immigration of Edgar Allan Poe's ancestors, the embittered life Poe led and his early and untimely death.

Black Heat
Black Heat

Dir. Chuck Hudina
(1985)    4 minutes

The sun goes black in Chuck Hudina's silent meditation on the invisible forces underlying even the most ordinary of views.

The Cherry Orchard
The Cherry Orchard

Dir. Michael Cacoyannis
(1999)    142 minutes

In pre-Revolution Russia, Madame Ranevskaya (Charlotte Rampling) returns to her decaying estate after an exile in Paris.

The Day I Vanished
The Day I Vanished

Dir. Don Glut
(1959)    4 minutes

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)
Don't Follow Me (I'm Lost)

Dir. William Miller
(2012)    92 minutes

A documentary about iconoclastic rocker Bobby Bare Jr., son of country music legend Bobby Bare, and his struggles dealing with the repercussions of a perpetual life on the road.

10pm
The Little American
The Little American

Dir. Cecil B. DeMille
(1917)    64 minutes

Karl, a German living in America, returns to Germany at the outbreak of World War I to fight for his country, leaving his American sweetheart, Angela, behind.

The Sixth Side of the Pentagon
The Sixth Side of the Pentagon

La sixième face du pentagone
Dir. Chris Marker, François Reichenbach
(1967)    25 minutes

On October 21, 1967, over 100,000 protestors gathered in Washington, D.C., for the Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam.

Their One Love
Their One Love

Dir. John Harvey
(1915)    16 minutes

One of the many Civil War movies made during the 50th anniversary of the conflict. Film historians consider THEIR ONE LOVE to be the first fiction film to fully realize the technique of night cinematography.

Ten Canoes
Ten Canoes

Dir. Rolf de Heer, Peter Djigirr
(2006)    88 minutes

A ground-breaking glimpse into aboriginal life centuries before European settlement.

Ten Ladies in an Umbrella
Ten Ladies in an Umbrella

Le Parapluie fantastique
Dir. Georges Méliès
(1903)    3 minutes

Note that it's not ten ladies under an umbrella! Rather, our stage magician-type host (Georges Méliès himself) materializes them all magically from his trusty rain shield.

The Gay Dog
The Gay Dog

Dir. Maurice Elvey
(1954)    82 minutes

Whilst Jim and Peter find ever more comical ways to keep their secret under wraps, their world is turned upside-down when an unknown but highly-fancied greyhound enters the race and is kennelled at the local vicar's house.

The Bats
The Bats

Dir. Jim Trainor
(1998)    8 minutes

Filmmaker and animator Jim Trainor's simple hand-drawn lines give dreamy flight to the wistful lifecycle of a fourteenth-century bat as it navigates various cavities (bodily ones among them) in the murky recesses beside a Mayan ruin.

Barn Burning
Barn Burning

Dir. Peter Werner
(1980)    39 minutes

Ab Snopes is a Southern tenant farmer whose unrelenting and violent nature proves to be his undoing.

At the River I Stand
At the River I Stand

Dir. David Appleby, Allison Graham, Steven Ross
(1993)    58 minutes

This documentary brings into sharp relief issues: the connection between economic and civil rights, debates over strategies for change, the demand for full inclusion of African Americans in American life and the fight for dignity for public employees.

Love Stories My Grandmother Tells
Love Stories My Grandmother Tells

Dir. Dana Plays
(1994)    30 minutes

A portrait of Peggy Regler, the ninety year old paternal grandmother of filmmaker Dana Plays, reminiscing about her love affairs and significant relationships.

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