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.
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.
This is Hamlet
Dir. Greg Watkins
THIS IS HAMLET uniquely explores one of William Shakespeare's greatest plays with talk-show style interviews with the main characters.
Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
Bir zamanlar Anadolu'da
In the dead of night, a group of men drive through the Anatolian countryside to look for a corpse, the serpentine roads and rolling hills lit only by the headlights of their cars.
Dir. Gotz Spielmann
Set in a ubiquitous, concrete high-rise apartment complex on the outskirts of a big city, three couples emerge from this uniform coexistence to search for love, closeness and some form of happiness.
A Fishy Affair
Dir. Mack Sennett
A tramp steals Mrs. Perkins' bankroll and tosses it into the river (where her fishing husband reels it in amongst fish and alligators).
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.
Tax Me If You Can
Dir. Liz Jackson
We all know the mega rich pay much less tax than the rest of us but just how do they do it?
For five grueling years, Li Ning documents his struggle to achieve success as an avant-garde artist while contending with the pressures of modern life in China.
Dir. Paul Garns
Produced by the L.A. Fire Department (and featuring some very impressive old fire engines), OUR OBLIGATION introduces us to Jerry, a "born leader" who is excited to read his prize-winning essay aloud to his grade school class today.
The Tragedy of Othello
The daughter of a Venetian aristocrat elopes with a Moorish military hero. It doesn't end well.
Postcard from San Miguel
On the surface, POSTCARDS FROM SAN MIGUEL is merely a postcard from the picturesque Mexican colonial town. Underneath is the mysterious quest for the filmmaker's dream-lover.
Dir. Christopher Coppola
Robert Carradine and Richard Hillman play the owner-operators of a hauling business who think it's their lucky day when they get a lucrative contract to drive a large crate cross-country.
A Bullet for the General
At the height of the Mexican revolution, a mysterious young American joins a gang of marauders led by El Chucho on a series of savage raids to steal guns for a powerful rebel general.
A Place in Time
Dir. Charles Lane
A New York artist witnesses a crime but later resolves to redeem his earlier inaction.
High School seniors hurtling toward maturity experience joy, despair and an aggravated sense of urgency.
Tony Conrad: DreaMinimalist
Dir. Marie Losier
This film portrait offers an insightful and hilarious encounter with Tony Conrad as he sings, dances and remembers his youth and his association with Jack Smith.
Tokyo Playboy Club
Tôkyô pureibôi kurabu
This black comedy set in the seedy underbelly of Tokyo nightlife follows a stoic drifter hiding out at his friend's nightclub after blunt manslaughter.
Dir. Bruce Baillie
Legendary filmmaker Bruce Baillie's first film, shot in San Francisco. A combination documentary and fantasy starring Baillie's "lovely friend" Miss Wong.
Dir. John Cassavetes
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.
Pearl and Puppet
Dir. Roger Jacoby
PEARL AND PUPPET features the filmmaker's sister and her two young children. Music from the Georges Bizet opera "The Pearl Fisher."
Dir. Richard Franklin
Robert Thompson stars as a comatose killer seemingly unresponsive in a small private hospital. But when a hot new nurse begins to question his condition, Patrick will unleash a waking nightmare of psychokinetic carnage.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Dir. Peter Hall
Hermia is in love with Lysander but are forbidden to marry. Together they set off into the enchanted woods to live together in happiness.
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.
Dir. Marlon Riggs
Marlon Riggs' essay film gives voice to communities of black gay men, presenting their cultures and perspectives on the world as they confront racism, homophobia and marginalization.
Portraits of Gnawa
Gnawa music is that of the ritual tradition known in Morocco as Tagnawit, "the craft of the Gnawi." Some consider Gnawa to be an underclass in Moroccan society but they nonetheless play a vital role in its spiritual life.
Power and the Land
Dir. Joris Ivens
This historically important documentary tells the story of the Parkinson family, farmers in rural Ohio who electrified their farm with the help of a Rural Electrification Administration loan.
The story of a cannibal in a medieval wasteland is interwoven with that of the son of an ex-Nazi industrialist in modern day Germany.
Assumptions of Your Phantom(sy)
Aguirre, the Wrath of God
Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes
Spanish conquistadors searching for a mythical "city of gold" in 16th-century Peru descend into madness as they penetrate ever-deeper into the then-uncharted Amazonian interior.
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.
Ten Nights of Dreams
Dir. Yoshitaka Amano, Kon Ichikawa, Akio Jissoji, Shimmei Kawahara, Miwa Nishikawa, Atsushi Shimizu, Takashi Shimizu, Matsuo Suzuki, Keisuke Toyoshima, Yudai Yamaguchi, Nobuhiro Yamashita
Based on renowned Japanese writer Natsume Soseki's same-titled short story collection, TEN NIGHTS OF DREAMS brings ten fantastical dream sequences to film with great visual and psychological panache.
That Second Part About That Film About Money
That Second Film About Money
You think that banks are where your cash is stored and safeguard and that a dollar bill is money. Well, you’re wrong.
Requiem from Java
Setyo and Siti live a peaceful life as husband and wife, selling earthenware in their village. But when Setyo is called away on business, a flirtatious butcher, Ludiro, takes advantage of Siti's loneliness to seduce her.
Our Summer Made Her Light Escape
Palooka from Paducah
Dir. Charles Lamont
A simple plot, indeed, but the sight of a hirsute Buster Keaton and three other Keatons in the cast makes it a lot of fun.
The Last Foray in Lithuania
A grand and patriotic tale of Poland's struggle for freedom just before Napoleon's war with Russia.
A Hell of a Note
Dir. Eagle Pennell
Eagle Pennell was a self-taught filmmaker who had been hanging out around the University of Texas Austin campus when he decided to make A HELL OF A NOTE. The film follows Sonny Carl Davis and Lou Perryman from getting fired to getting drunk.
A Shock to the System
Dir. Jan Egleson
A middle-aged advertising executive loses his long-awaited promotion to a younger man.
An Interesting Story
Dir. James Williamson
Annoyed by the modern phenomenon of pedestrians staring at their cellphones, oblivious to everything around them? In the thoroughly analog world of the previous century, there was a close equivalent (according to this comic short).
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.
Dir. So Yong Kim
When their mother needs to leave in order to find their estranged father, seven year-old Jin and her younger sister Bin are left to live with their Big Aunt for the summer.
Tough, Pretty or Smart
Through their own words, the Patoka Valley Boys proclaim their love for old-time and bluegrass music.
OBLIVION introduces us to the everyday reality of Lima, celebrating a people who, albeit politically powerless, have resisted being consigned to oblivion.
Dir. Mark Rappaport
Stars of the 1940s and 1950s, were they cast for their mutual affinities or for their commercial appeal? If and when they were re-starred years later, did the magic still work? Did sparks still fly?
Dir. Pini Tavger
As his mother works night shifts and carries on an affair in the day, Pinhas, a young immigrant from Russia, is drawn to the warmth and unity of a religious family on the third floor.
Dir. Hans Petter Moland
Kaisa (Lena Headey), a beautiful and feisty Scottish woman, finally has her life together, at least until her mother (Charlotte Rampling) asks an enormous favor: to bring back to her Kaisa's estranged father (Stellan Skarsgard).
Alaska is a Drag
Dir. Shaz Bennett
Standing out in a crowd is not always a good thing when working at a fish cannery in Alaska.