The Fandor Channel

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12pm
Election Day
Election Day

Dir. Katy Chevigny
(2007)    83 minutes

In a triumph of documentary storytelling, ELECTION DAY combines eleven stories, all shot simultaneously on November 2, 2004, from dawn until long past midnight, into one.

Exterior Night
Exterior Night

Dir. Mark Rappaport
(1993)    36 minutes

Using extensive rear projection to remarkable effect, Mark Rappaport evocatively plays with the themes of noir while contemporizing the stakes involved.

To Chris Marker, an Unsent Letter
To Chris Marker, an Unsent Letter

Dir. Emiko Omori
(2012)    72 minutes

A cinematic love letter to Chris Marker, the notoriously private filmmaker and artist and self-described "best known author of unknown works."

Johnny Yuma
Johnny Yuma

Dir. Romolo Guerrieri
(1966)    95 minutes

The legendary folk hero from the Johnny Cash song comes to life on screen in this tale of brutal revenge, betrayal and six-gun action.

Happy
Happy

Dir. Roko Belic
(2011)    75 minutes

HAPPY takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy.

Happy Days
Happy Days

Dir. Arvid Gillstrom
(1926)    14 minutes

Derived from the WINNIE WINKLE comic strip, HAPPY DAYS follows Winnie and her brother Perry in this comedic baseball tale. Contains some sequences certain to offend some viewers.

Happy People
Happy People

Dir. Werner Herzog, Dmitry Vasyukov
(2010)    94 minutes

Werner Herzog takes viewers on yet another unforgettable journey into remote and extreme natural landscapes in the heart of the Siberian Taiga.

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.

Street of Crocodiles
Street of Crocodiles

Dir. Stephen Quay, Timothy Quay
(1986)    21 minutes

A museum keeper spits into the eyepiece of an ancient peep-show and sets the musty machine in motion, plunging the viewer into a nightmarish netherworld of bizarre puppet rituals among the dirt and grime.

Transgender Tuesdays
Transgender Tuesdays

Dir. Mark Freeman, Nathaniel Walters-Koh
(2012)    61 minutes

Twelve transgender pioneers of the first Public Health clinic in the United States share stories of their amazing life experiences in the "bad old days" with humor and insight.

Bukowski at Bellevue
Bukowski at Bellevue

(1970)    59 minutes

In 1970, Charles Bukowski, then little-known, packed his overnight bag and took his first plane ride to the state of Washington to read at Bellevue Community College. This is a record of that occasion.

2pm
A Midsummer Night's Dream
A Midsummer Night's Dream

Dir. Peter Hall
(1968)    118 minutes

Hermia is in love with Lysander but are forbidden to marry. Together they set off into the enchanted woods to live together in happiness.

Surprise Attack on a House at Daybreak
Surprise Attack on a House at Daybreak

Dir. Alice Guy-Blaché
(1898)    1 minute

As the title of this Alice Guy war-themed short describes, there is a surprise attack on (or near) a house. With no particular set-up for the action, it is up to the viewer to decide why these men are here and why there are on the attack.

Mother India
Mother India

Dir. Raffaele Brunetti
(2011)    55 minutes

Motherhood and society; the point of view of Indian women from different classes and castes.

The Painted Smile
The Painted Smile

Murder Can Be Deadly
Dir. Lance Comfort
(1962)    56 minutes

After a drunken night out with the boys, Tom (Tony Wickert) takes the voluptuous Jo (Liz Fraser) back to her place.

Vic+Flo Saw a Bear
Vic+Flo Saw a Bear

Vic+Flo ont vu un ours
Dir. Denis Côté
(2013)    95 minutes

Vic, a woman who has just been released from prison, is on the hunt for some peace and quiet. She moves into a relative’s house in the Canadian forest and receives a visit from her lover, Flo.

Dog Shy
Dog Shy

Dir. Leo McCarey
(1926)    24 minutes

Charley Chase’s dog shy drifter happens upon an upper crust farce when he picks up a telephone left off the hook.

Today and Tomorrow
Today and Tomorrow

Hoy y mañana
Dir. Alejandro Chomski
(2003)    83 minutes

The seemingly unavoidable downward spiral of Argentina's middle class during the current economic and social crisis is vividly brought to life in TODAY AND TOMORROW.

Peeping Penguins
Peeping Penguins

Dir. Dave Fleischer
(1937)    7 minutes

A bunch of the naturally tuxedo'd Far Southerners are warned off snooping around human habitats by a Mama Penguin.

The Flesh and the Fiends
The Flesh and the Fiends

Dir. John Gilling
(1960)    93 minutes

A doctor hires two unsavory characters to find dissection subjects, no questions asked. He didn't care where his human specimens came from and they didn't care where (or how) they got them.

4pm
All the Days Before Tomorrow
All the Days Before Tomorrow

Dir. Francois Dompierre
(2008)    100 minutes

A critically acclaimed, international festival award winning feature debut, ALL THE DAYS BEFORE TOMORROW effectively captures the push-pull of two people attracted to each other.

Nocturna Artificialia
Nocturna Artificialia

Dir. Stephen Quay, Timothy Quay
(1979)    21 minutes

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.

Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine
Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine

Dir. Marion Cajori, Amei Wallach
(2008)    97 minutes

LOUISE BOURGEOIS: THE SPIDER, THE MISTRESS AND THE TANGERINE is a cinematic journey inside the life and imagination of an icon of modern art.

Rupert of Hee Haw
Rupert of Hee Haw

Dir. Scott Pembroke
(1924)    23 minutes

Stan Laurel slips and slides around several palatial sets in this silent spoof of RUPERT OF HENTZAU.

Happy Funeral
Happy Funeral

Luk lau hau joh yee chi ga suk tse lai
Dir. Barbara Wong
(2008)    100 minutes

Generation Y's infatuation with romance, growing pains and Facebook are explored in this delightful sequel to the sleeper hit TRUTH OR DARE: 6TH FLOOR REAR FLAT.

Happy?
Happy?

Dir. Mark Street
(2000)    19 minutes

"Are you happy?" This simple query, asked of hundreds of passers-by in NYC, led to a series of ruminations about the passage of time and the nature of contentment.

Three Monkeys
Three Monkeys

Üç maymun
Dir. Nuri Bilge Ceylan
(2008)    105 minutes

THREE MONKEYS tells a twisty, noirish tale that opens with an ambitious politician fleeing a hit-and-run accident.

Off the Pig
Off the Pig

Black Panther
(1968)    15 minutes

Shot in 1969 in Oakland, San Francisco and Sacramento, this exemplar of 1960s activist filmmaking traces the development of the Black Panther organization.

Train to Tombstone
Train to Tombstone

Dir. William Berke
(1950)    57 minutes

There are roaring wheels and roaring thrills as the Tombstone train crosses "unfriendly Indian" territory with the usual offbeat assortment of passengers (a la STAGECOACH).

6pm
One Day You'll Understand
One Day You'll Understand

Plus tard
Dir. Amos Gitai
(2008)    89 minutes

Poignant and ultimately optimistic, ONE DAY YOU’LL UNDERSTAND offers a compelling portrait of a family’s confrontation with the wounds of the past and their hopes for a better future.

A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn
A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn

Chikan gifu: Musuko no yome to...
Dir. Daisuke Gotō
(2003)    60 minutes

A young widow, Noriko, lives with her senile father-in-law, Shukichi, on a farm.

Martin Luther
Martin Luther

Dir. Irving Pichel
(1953)    106 minutes

Based on the life of the 16th century monk who defied excommunication and the stake in his demand for religious reform, MARTIN LUTHER provides the first motion picture portrayal of the incendiary beginnings of the Protestant Reformation.

Mabel's Busy Day
Mabel's Busy Day

Dir. Mabel Normand
(1914)    13 minutes

Mabel is a hot dog vendor who, like a shabby scoundrel, has to trick her way into entry at the racetrack.

Let Joy Reign Supreme
Let Joy Reign Supreme

Que la fête commence...
Dir. Bertrand Tavernier
(1975)    114 minutes

Bertrand Tavernier's LET JOY REIGN SUPREME is an extraordinarily detailed and character-dense look at French monarchy, diplomacy and debauchery on the threshold of bloody insurrection.

Celebration
Celebration

Dir. Kyle Beechey
(2013)    7 minutes

Welcome to Celebration, Florida, the town that Disney built. It pushes the classic Americana tropes to the nth degree.

The Painted Stallion
The Painted Stallion

Dir. Alan James, Ray Taylor, William Witney
(1937)    212 minutes

The first wagon train leaves Independence heading west to Santa Fe. In order to maintain his power, the ruthless Official at Santa Fe must not let them arrive and he sends out his men to stop them.

Little Lord Fauntleroy
Little Lord Fauntleroy

Dir. John Cromwell
(1936)    102 minutes

John Cromwell's 1936 film version of LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY is the definitive rendering of Frances Hodgson Burnett's beloved novel, a heartwarming classic with delightful performances from Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney.

Holding His Own
Holding His Own

Dir. Leslie Goodwins
(1928)    19 minutes

Going out for an evening isn't easy for Mr. Muggs and his exasperated Mrs. when the former can't even get the car started and then ends up with a series of serious wardrobe mishaps.

8pm
In Between Days
In Between Days

Dir. So Yong Kim
(2006)    81 minutes

IN BETWEEN DAYS intimately portrays the joys and risks of first love from the point of view of a teenager recently transplanted from her native South Korea to a snowbound North American city.

The Night Before Christmas
The Night Before Christmas

Dir. Edwin S. Porter
(1905)    9 minutes

The memorable holiday poem by Clement Clarke Moore is adapted for the screen by longtime Edison Manufacturing Company director Edwin S. Porter.

Little Vera
Little Vera

Malenkaya Vera
Dir. Vasily Pichul
(1988)    109 minutes

Natalya Negoda stars as Vera, a sultry and sullen woman, torn between her brooding lover and bitter parents.

Mabel and Fatty's Married Life
Mabel and Fatty's Married Life

Dir. Roscoe Arbuckle
(1915)    11 minutes

Two of early cinema's biggest comedy stars find matrimony none-too-tranquil in this one-reeler, which begins with them incurring the wrath of an organ-grinder and his monkey.

Mother's Joy
Mother's Joy

Dir. Ralph Ceder
(1923)    23 minutes

An old man asks a lawyer to find his missing daughter and a grandson (who turns out to be a very extravagant young man).

The Case of the Grinning Cat
The Case of the Grinning Cat

Chats perchés
Dir. Chris Marker
(2004)    58 minutes

French documentarian and cinema-essayist Chris Marker reflects on French and international politics, art and culture at the start of the new millennium.

Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best
Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best

Dir. Ryan O'Nan
(2011)    98 minutes

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).

The Potluck and the Passion
The Potluck and the Passion

Dir. Cheryl Dunye
(1993)    22 minutes

Sparks fly as racial, sexual and social politics intermingle at a lesbian potluck.

10pm
Any Day Now
Any Day Now

Dir. Travis Fine
(2012)    98 minutes

When a teenager with Down syndrome is abandoned by his mother, a gay couple takes him in and becomes the loving family he's never had. The men are forced to fight a biased legal system to save the life of the child they have come to love as their own.

The Palace of the Arabian Nights
The Palace of the Arabian Nights

Le Palais des mille et une nuits
Dir. Georges Méliès
(1905)    21 minutes

Georges Méliès' substantial 1905 film, a partly colorized twenty-minute epic replete with lavish backdrops and costumes, draws on "One Thousand and One Nights" in an Orientalist fantasy.

King Rene's Daughter
King Rene's Daughter

Dir. Eugene Moore
(1913)    42 minutes

A very romantic fiction set in renaissance France with florid, rich costuming.

Something Like Happiness
Something Like Happiness

Stestí
Dir. Bohdan Sláma
(2005)    102 minutes

Monika, Tonik and Dasha grew up together in the same housing project on the outskirts of a small industrial city. Now the childhood friends are adults, each struggling with feelings of desire and loneliness, longing and failure.

Pleasureland
Pleasureland

Dir. Bryan Poyser
(2001)    18 minutes

A man discovers the adult videos he rents turn into people ready to satisfy his desires in this David Cronenberg-esque fantasy.

Pig Death Machine
Pig Death Machine

Dir. Amy Davis, Jon Moritsugu
(2013)    82 minutes

After eating rotten meat, a brainless brunette is transformed into a dangerous genius, while in a Doctor Doolittle twist, a misanthropic-punk-rock-botanist-babe gains the power to "talk to plants."

State of Snakes
State of Snakes

Dir. Tyler Turkle
(2008)    8 minutes

STATE OF SNAKES is a three part political serial that focuses on the rivalry between Democrats and Republicans.

Poisoned by Polonium
Poisoned by Polonium

Rebellion
Dir. Andrei Nekrasov
(2007)    105 minutes

The story of the former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, poisoned November 2006 in London. Told in his own words and in interviews with his widow, his friends and his alleged killers.

The Soap Suds Star
The Soap Suds Star

(1915)    15 minutes

Theater, particularly vaudeville, has been an endless source of material for movies. This energetic comedy features a down-and-out actor and a funny laundry proprietor who are hired as a vaudeville act.

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