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.
Circle of Friends
Dir. Christoph Green
Filmed live at the legendary 9:30 Club in Washington, DC on October 7th 2005, Bob Mould reaches deep into his songbook for a career-spanning electric band performance.
The city of Guangzhou is home to China's largest community of African immigrants.
Day of Anger
I giorni dell'ira I Gunlaw
When legendarily ruthless master gunfighter Frank Talby rides into town, street cleaner Scott Mary seizes the opportunity to lift himself out of the gutter, and possibly even surpass Talby's own skills.
Dir. Finbar Harvey
DON'T TOUCH, produced by the Institute of Makers of Explosives, goes over the finer points of how to handle explosives: primarily, by not touching them.
Earth's Golden Playground
Dir. Andreas Horvath
Since the first Gold Rush in the late 1890s, the Yukon has been a remote land shrouded in mystery.
Ethna's Suite, So Long
Dir. Phil Weisman
Phil Wiesman composes a haunting piece of musique concrete using fragments of telephone messages, dial tones and the abrupt noise of a phone hanging up to explore his relationship with Ethna Duffy.
Dir. Werner Herzog
An Irish entrepreneur of grandiose ambitions dreams of opening an opera house in Iquitos. Hoping to bankroll it by making his fortune in rubber, he commits to the seemingly impossible task of hauling a 320-ton steamer overland from one river to another.
Gangs of Wasseypur
Dir. Anurag Kashyap
A blood-and-bullets fueled crime saga charts seventy years in the lives of two mafia-like families fighting for control of the coal-mining town of Wasseypur, India.
Charlie Victor Romeo
For fearful fliers, this re-enacted series of six airline emergencies probably should be approached with serious caution (or a therapist’s guidance).
City of Wax
The Woodard brothers won an Academy Award® for this documentary short illustrating the complex world of bees who've found "a hollow tree in which to build a city," as Gayne Whitman's narration puts it.
Charles Manson Superstar
Dir. Nikolas Schreck
In 1969, Charles Manson became one of history's infamous villains, presented by the media as evil incarnate. In this exclusive interview, he's able to speak for the first time without being censored or sanitized.
Dad on the Run
A young musician learns at the last minute that, according to an obscure Jewish custom, he must rush to bury the foreskin of his just-circumcised son.
A story of appetite and destruction, DON JUAN has been a staple of puppet theatre for centuries. Jan Svankmajer brings this tradition to vivid and at times uncanny life in this dynamic film adaptation.
Dir. Tobe Hooper
EGGSHELLS, ostensibly about a 1960s Austin phenomenon of squatting in houses in semi-suburban neighborhoods, was fueled by the anti-war movement and student protests.
Emulsion Electrons Imbued
Even Dwarfs Started Small
Auch Zwerge haben klein angefangen
An allegory in which the diminutive cast portrays the residents of an apparent asylum who rebel against authority and stage their own revolution.
First Comes Love
Dir. Su Friedrich
FIRST COMES LOVE consists of perfectly choreographed scenes of four wedding ceremonies accompanied by a complex medley of popular love songs.
Fifi Howls from Happiness
Fifi az khoshhali zooze mikeshad
A lyrical documentary which explores the enigma of a provocative artist, the so-called "Persian Picasso," whose acclaimed paintings and sculptures dominated pre-revolutionary Iran.
Dir. Kevin Jerome Everson
The filmmaker suggests that the work of portraiture has less to do with getting the facts than taking the long way around the barn.
Dir. Andrew Bujalski
Set over the course of a weekend tournament for chess software programmers thirty-some years ago, COMPUTER CHESS transports viewers to a nostalgic moment when the contest between technology and the human spirit seemed a little more up for grabs.
Dir. Ondi Timoner
On the road for seven years with two of America's most creative and unique rock bands: the Dandy Warhols and the Brian Jonestown Massacre.
Deeply Deeply Trunk
Dir. Dana Plays
This found-footage digital optical printer piece alludes to the decay of cinema and the advancing of digital film through a series of devolving images from the history of photography and early motion picture technology.
Empire of Dirt
Forward March, Time!
Tarasov - Vpered, vremia! | Time Forward
This dazzling kaleidoscope of imagery pays tribute to the fabled Soviet poet Vladimir Mayakovsky in terms as imaginatively fabulist as any Western animation.
Frank Dead Souls
Dir. Rob Nilsson
A bus travels through Cape Town and heads north along the South African beaches towards a swanky resort in Stellenbosch.
Gentlemen of Nerve
Dir. Charles Chaplin
Chaplin plays Mr. Wow Wow in this comedy filmed partly at Ascot Park speedway.
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.
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. 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.
Graceful, enigmatic and often frightening, DOGTOOTH is an ingenious dark comedy that won the Prix Un Certain Regard at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, propelling Yorgos Lanthimos to the forefront of contemporary cinema’s most ambitious young filmmakers.
Dir. Leo McCarey
Charley Chase’s dog shy drifter happens upon an upper crust farce when he picks up a telephone left off the hook.
Dir. Tom Palazzolo
Tom Palazzolo keeps his lens close to his Chicago surroundings in a short film covering a senior citizens' picnic thrown by the Democratic Party.
Dir. Dziga Vertov
One of the first Soviet sound films deals with the Five Year Plan of the late 1920s, and represents Dziga Vertov's radical attempt to link economic progress with the introduction of sound in cinema.
Future So Bright
Dir. Matt McCormick
FUTURE SO BRIGHT is a documentation and mapping project that creatively catalogs abandoned spaces in the American West.
Dir. Alexander Sokurov
An hallucinatory period piece set in the early 19th century and inspired by Goethe's famous play.
Every year, there is a safety issue, as thousands of geese settle in the polders around Amsterdam's airport Schiphol.
Dir. Liz Garbus
The dramatic three year journey of two girls through the juvenile justice system and back home onto the bleak streets of Maryland tells a unique coming of age story.
Dir. Bruce Baillie
Coming of consciousness. Photographed in Richmond, California, CASTRO STREET is a masterpiece of poetic cinema by the legendary Bruce Baillie.
Dir. Fellipe Barbosa
Coming-of-age as rude awakening: one high school senior's dawning sexuality is shadowed by the discovery of his upper-class family's looming financial ruin.
Days of Being Wild
A Fei jingjyuhn
In his first hypnotic backward glance at Hong Kong in 1960, Wong Kar-Wai creates a post-modern La Ronde set in a fluorescent labyrinth of cool desperation and unfulfilled need.
Dir. Heddy Honigmann
Saskia is tormented at school and only finds comfort in violent videogames. Sanne writes poetry about her loneliness on the web. Samantha, a rape victim, gives other rape victims advice. The three girls cannot live without chat rooms.
Hei she hui I Black Society I Hak se wui
Every two years the senior members of the oldest gang in Hong Kong, the Wo Shing Triad, elect a new chairman.
Dir. Eric Martin
An animated film based on Edwin Abbott’s famous novel about life in a two-dimensional world, Flatland. The story is told by the voices of Dudley Moore and other actors belonging to the British theatrical comedy group, "Beyond the Fringe."
Dir. Joshua Logan
Almost nineteen, Marius feels himself in a rut in Marseille, his life planned for him by his cafe'-owning father, and he longs for the sea.
Dir. Janie Geiser
Under erratic skies, a solitary figure navigates a landscape of constructed nature and broken bones.
Giuseppe Makes a Movie
Dir. Adam Rifkin
The stranger-than-fiction documentary explores the Giuseppe Andrews universe, showing how the self-taught filmmaker captures an unexpected level of humanism and creates a family unit for a group of people who need one.
Dir. Constantine Giannaris
This "tele-erotica" exercise follows an unnamed "Voyeur" as he gets a freewheeling first tour of the titular website (which offers "the highest quality in virtual sex").
Dir. Yonghi Yang
A young girl's father sends her three brothers from Japan to live permanently in a homeland foreign to them: North Korea.
Do You Love Your Wife?
Dir. Hal Roach
“A vivid, gripping, gosh-awful story of intrigue, devotion and indigestion.” Well maybe not all that but DO YOU LOVE YOUR WIFE? does mark one of Stan Laurel’s earliest starring roles.
Dir. Sasha Litvintseva
A civilization's perpetual struggle for perfection and unquenchable documentation of itself, as if driven by knowledge of its looming demise.
First Day of Peace
Prvi dan mira
A peasant brings a moment of harmony to a land torn apart by war as he plows his land on the disputed Bosnian border the day that peace is announced.
A film collaboration with dancer/choreographer, Bill T. Jones. It was included as part of Mr. Jones' 1999 solo performance, THE BREATHING SHOW.
George Tice: Seeing Beyond the Moment
Dir. Bruce Wodder
Long recognized for his deeply penetrating photographic record of America, this photographer works in the urban tradition of artists such as Edward Hopper and Walker Evans.