The Fandor Channel

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12pm
Hoop Dreams
Hoop Dreams

Dir. Steve James
(1994)    171 minutes

Two young men are followed during their entire high-school career, beginning with their participation in playground games and ending with their being recruited by colleges.

Hard to Be a God
Hard to Be a God

Trudno byt bogom
Dir. Aleksei German
(2013)    177 minutes

On the planet Arkanar, a scientist from Earth is treated by the planet's natives as a kind of divinity, both godlike and impotent in the face of its chaos and brutality.

Palace of Silents
Palace of Silents

Dir. Iain Kennedy
(2010)    77 minutes

In Los Angeles there is a movie theater that for over sixty-eight years has doggedly dedicated itself to the exhibition of silent films.

Bim, Bam, Boom
Bim, Bam, Boom

Dir. Marie Losier
(2014)    13 minutes

Three professional Luchadoras bring lucha libre into life, wrestling with knives, pig heads, flowers and feathers.

Silent Light
Silent Light

Stellet Licht
Dir. Carlos Reygadas
(2007)    136 minutes

SILENT LIGHT tells the story of Johan, a married man who against the laws of his faith and traditional beliefs, falls in love with another woman.

Supply and Dance, Man
Supply and Dance, Man

Dir. John Chu
(2014)    8 minutes

A whimsical tale of love, dance and the economic concept of supply and demand.

Song of the Birds
Song of the Birds

Dir. Dave Fleischer
(1935)    7 minutes

After shooting a little bird out of the air, a boy comes to the horrible realization that actions have consequences.

'Are'are Music
'Are'are Music

Dir. Hugo Zemp
(1979)    141 minutes

A fascinating documentation of the traditional musical culture of the 'Are'are people of the Solomon Islands, in the South-Western Pacific.

Seven Wonders of the World
Seven Wonders of the World

Dir. Tay Garnett, Paul Mantz, Andrew Marton, Ted Tetzlaff, Walter Thompson
(1956)    122 minutes

A round-the-world adventure that picks up where the Greeks of antiquity left off. Released in 1956, this Cinerama spectacle follows 20th century adventurer Lowell Thomas as he seeks out the Seven Wonders of the Modern World.

2pm
Cooperation of Parts
Cooperation of Parts

Dir. Daniel Eisenberg
(1987)    40 minutes

In Daniel Eisenberg filmic attempt to assemble a new version of himself, he combines text from Edmond Jabès, Roland Barthes, Theodor Adorno, Franz Kafka and paraphrases of material from Paul Valèry and John Ashbery.

Day of Anger
Day of Anger

I giorni dell'ira I Gunlaw
Dir. Tonino Valerii
(1967)    114 minutes

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.

Simmer
Simmer

Dir. Karissa Hahn
(2014)    2 minutes

A forced landscape which is soon realized familiar.

Opening Night
Opening Night

Dir. John Cassavetes
(1977)    144 minutes

A Broadway actress is about to open in a play written by her old friend but a series of pre-show disasters threaten to destroy not only the production but her sanity.

The Voice of Conscience
The Voice of Conscience

(1912)    14 minutes

Two girls fall in love with the same man. Out motoring one day they are thrown from the machine and carried to the hospital where one of the girls poisons the other.

The Pioneer's Violin
The Pioneer's Violin

Skripka pionera
Dir. Boris Stepantsev
(1971)    8 minutes

Subtle coloring and an impressionistic approach to landscape distinguish this patriotic animated short set to music.

Pier 23
Pier 23

Dir. William Berke
(1951)    58 minutes

Two more "brushes with crime" for ace private detective Dennis O'Brien (Hugh Beaumont).

17 Girls
17 Girls

17 filles
Dir. Delphine Coulin, Muriel Coulin
(2011)    90 minutes

A group of seventeen teenage girls from the same high school all decide to become pregnant at the same time, an act at once unexpected and incomprehensible to the adults and the boys in their world.

4pm
Crooked Candy
Crooked Candy

Dir. Andrew Rodgers
(2014)    6 minutes

Kinder eggs are practically a global rite of childhood. That is, except in the United States, where they're considered a choking hazard and are illegal. This is the story of a Kinder smuggler.

Le Pont du Nord
Le Pont du Nord

Dir. Jacques Rivette
(1981)    129 minutes

An entrancing puzzle film with the city of Paris as a continually shifting game board.

Flux
Flux

Dir. Denah Johnston
(2003)    5 minutes

The spaces between memory and perception, dream and waking reveal themselves on the film surface.

Othello
Othello

The Tragedy of Othello
Dir. Orson Welles
(1952)    93 minutes

The daughter of a Venetian aristocrat elopes with a Moorish military hero. It doesn't end well.

Fuzz
Fuzz

Dir. Clif Taylor
(2007)    91 minutes

Filmmaker Clif Taylor explores this insane industry of noise making, a world populated by guitar slinging super heroes and garage dwelling electronic geeks all sharing the collective obsession of one day creating that perfect sonic wave of distortion.

Implied Harmonies
Implied Harmonies

Dir. Hal Hartley
(2009)    28 minutes

Hal Hartley's conscientious assistant in Berlin receives weekly letters from her boss and sends him the books he needs as he struggles in Amsterdam to create the staging for Dutch composer Louis Andriessen's opera.

Musicwood
Musicwood

Dir. Maxine Trump
(2012)    81 minutes

MUSICWOOD thrusts us into the heart of a debate over natural resources and the environment, over indigenous rights and age-old land disputes, and the existence of an iconic musical instrument hangs in the balance.

Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach

J.S. Bach: Fantasia G-moll
Dir. Jan Švankmajer
(1965)    9 minutes

The rare film to enter into deep conversation with a piece of music, in this case Bach’s “Fantasia in G Minor.”

X: The Unheard Music
X: The Unheard Music

Dir. W.T. Morgan
(1985)    84 minutes

The iconic L.A. band X changed the face of punk music with their vibrant, original style.

Zero Hour
Zero Hour

Dir. Dana Plays
(1992)    30 minutes

ZERO HOUR refers to characteristic current postwar situations, alluding to the avoidance of this depiction by media networks during the Gulf War.

Truth in Numbers?
Truth in Numbers?

Dir. Scott Glosserman, Nic Hill
(2010)    85 minutes

TRUTH IN NUMBERS? explores the history and cultural implications of the online, user-editable encyclopedia Wikipedia.

6pm
Letters to Matthew
Letters to Matthew

Dir. Caveh Zahedi
(2005)    23 minutes

From 2001 to 2005, filmmaker Caveh Zahedi corresponded in a series of video-letters with his friend Matthew Weiss.

Live at CBGB
Live at CBGB

Bad Brains Live at CBGB OMFUG
Dir. Richard Oretsky
(1982)    58 minutes

On Christmas Eve 1982, Bad Brains began their three-day stint at a Hardcore Festival hosted by legendary CBGB.

Singer from Taiga
Singer from Taiga

Dir. Batbileg Zoljargal
(2011)    31 minutes

SINGER FROM TAIGA portrays the folk singer Mr.Tsogbadrakh's pursuit of finding and preserving ethnic songs, and displays the unique and magnificent beauty of Huvsgul province of Mongolia.

In the Garden of Sounds
In the Garden of Sounds

Dir. Nicola Bellucci
(2010)    89 minutes

Deprived of his sight at an early age, Wolfgang Fasser turns to his ears for access to a world he once feared would be closed off forever.

Singer from Taiga
Singer from Taiga

Dir. Batbileg Zoljargal
(2011)    31 minutes

SINGER FROM TAIGA portrays the folk singer Mr.Tsogbadrakh's pursuit of finding and preserving ethnic songs, and displays the unique and magnificent beauty of Huvsgul province of Mongolia.

Jazz Hot
Jazz Hot

(1939)    7 minutes

JAZZ HOT is a major discovery, a unique sync sound film recorded of Django Reinhardt, greatest of jazz guitarists, here with violinist Stephane Grapelli and the Quintet of the Hot Club of France.

Singer from Taiga
Singer from Taiga

Dir. Batbileg Zoljargal
(2011)    31 minutes

SINGER FROM TAIGA portrays the folk singer Mr.Tsogbadrakh's pursuit of finding and preserving ethnic songs, and displays the unique and magnificent beauty of Huvsgul province of Mongolia.

The War of 33
The War of 33

Letters from Beirut
Dir. Rick Rowley
(2007)    35 minutes

THE WAR OF 33 is an intimate, personal and powerful telling of the story of the 2006 war in Lebanon.

A Zed and Two Noughts
A Zed and Two Noughts

Dir. Peter Greenaway
(1985)    117 minutes

A ZED AND TWO NOUGHTS is Peter Greenaway’s beautifully disturbing and darkly humorous take on erotic obsession and death.

8pm
Faces
Faces

Dir. John Cassavetes
(1968)    130 minutes

An observation of the fourteenth year of the marriage of Richard and Maria; where neither husband nor wife is content with the conditions that prevail.

Starstruck
Starstruck

Dir. Gillian Armstrong
(1982)    95 minutes

Jackie dreams of becoming a singing star and her cousin Angus thinks he has what it takes to be a successful manager.

Neighboring Sounds
Neighboring Sounds

O Som ao Redor
Dir. Kleber Mendonça Filho
(2012)    131 minutes

On a quiet block in the coastal city of Recife, ruled by an aging patriarch and his sons, a recent spate of petty crime has rattled the nerves of the well-to-do residents.

Sing Your Song
Sing Your Song

Dir. Susanne Rostock
(2011)    105 minutes

Susanne Rostock’s inspiring biographical documentary SING YOUR SONG surveys the life and times of singer/actor/activist Harry Belafonte.

Stille Nacht II
Stille Nacht II

Are We Still Married?
Dir. Stephen Quay, Timothy Quay
(1991)    3 minutes

With a typically eccentric cast of a ragged doll, a white rabbit and a manic ping-pong ball, Stephen and Timothy Quay construct a hypnotic, beguiling and vaguely menacing ballet, something like a music video made by Max Ernst.

Two Gates of Sleep
Two Gates of Sleep

Dir. Alistair Banks Griffin
(2010)    78 minutes

Somewhere on the Mississippi-Louisiana border, brothers Jack and Louis prepare for their mother’s imminent death.

The Four Elements
The Four Elements

Dir. Curtis Harrington
(1966)    13 minutes

THE FOUR ELEMENTS is a poetic and avant-garde documentary Curtis Harrington made for the United States Information Agency.

10pm
Balcony
Balcony

Ballkoni
Dir. Lendita Zeqiraj
(2013)    21 minutes

A ten year old boy is sitting on the edge of a balcony on the fourth floor. Neighbors and passers-by, terrified by this situation, call the police and firefighters for help.

Acapulco Gold
Acapulco Gold

Dir. Bob Grosvenor
(1973)    83 minutes

The fun and fascinating story of harvesting, cultivation and smuggling of marijuana in America.

Epiphanies
Epiphanies

Dir. Greg Watkins, Caveh Zahedi
(1989)    7 minutes

Fragments from a would-be abecedarium: E IS FOR ELEVATOR, J IS FOR JUMP, K IS FOR KISSING, M IS FOR MAGGOT and S IS FOR STRANGER.

Horse/Kappa/House
Horse/Kappa/House

Dir. Abraham Ravett
(1995)    33 minutes

The surrounding landscape in a number of small villages throughout Iwate Prefecture is recorded in order to create a cinematic space which echoes, by implication and association, the external and unseen world in the environment.

Roars and Uproars
Roars and Uproars

Dir. William Campbell
(1922)    19 minutes

The very wealthy and now unfortunately dead Mr. P. Nutt, in revenge for having his brother call him "a crazy inventor," makes his niece his heiress but only on the condition she marry a genius whom the world calls crazy.

Silent Cry
Silent Cry

Dir. Julian Richards
(2002)    86 minutes

When Rachel is told by doctors that her baby died after birth she refuses to accept their story.

Futurist Song
Futurist Song

Dir. Roger Jacoby
(1972)    5 minutes

One of Roger Jacoby's earliest films, FUTURIST SONG represents Jacoby's transition from painting to film.

A Serenade by Proxy
A Serenade by Proxy

Dir. C. Jay Williams
(1913)    15 minutes

In this sentimental comedy, there are two parallel romances (one upstairs and one downstairs) and various moments of mis-recognition that complicate the plot.

Songs from the Southern Seas
Songs from the Southern Seas

Pesni juzhnykh morej
Dir. Marat Sarulu
(2008)    80 minutes

When the fair-skinned Russians give birth to a boy of decidedly darker skin, fifteen years of suspicion and acrimony arises between their Kazakh neighbors which can only be resolved by an ironic twist of family and fate.

A Ballad About Green Wood
A Ballad About Green Wood

Balada o zeleném drevu
Dir. Jiri Barta
(1983)    10 minutes

Split logs dance in sunlight as soon as the axe has cleared away. Czech folk music and time-lapse photography focus animistic energy upon clouds streaming across the sky, rivers raging with melted snow and the earth bursting with raw life.

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.

X-tina
X-tina

Christina and Nikki
Dir. Ian Belton
(2010)    15 minutes

Two outcasts in New York City meet in a basement bar: a teenage street girl who has grown up trading sex for protection and a misfit loner whose sexual experience is limited to his porn collection.

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