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
Fitzcarraldo
Fitzcarraldo

Dir. Werner Herzog
(1982)    157 minutes

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.

The Lovers
The Lovers

Les amants
Dir. Louis Malle
(1958)    90 minutes

A restless bourgeois wife eye wanders from both her husband and her lover to an attractive passing stranger.

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.

Gangs of Wasseypur
Gangs of Wasseypur

Dir. Anurag Kashyap
(2013)    314 minutes

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.

Hannah Arendt
Hannah Arendt

Dir. Margarethe von Trotta
(2012)    113 minutes

A brilliant new biopic is depicted of the influential German-Jewish philosopher and political theorist.

How a Mosquito Operates
How a Mosquito Operates

The Story of a Mosquito
Dir. Winsor McCay
(1912)    6 minutes

The first example of "personality" animation, in which an animated character appears to think and exhibits individualism through his actions.

I am Cuba
I am Cuba

Soy Cuba
Dir. Mikhail Kalatozov
(1964)    140 minutes

An exploration of the seductive world of Batista's Cuba, deliriously juxtaposing images of rich Americans and bikini-clad beauties sipping cocktails poolside with scenes of ramshackle slums filled with hungry children and gaunt old people.

2pm
First Comes Love
First Comes Love

Dir. Su Friedrich
(1991)    22 minutes

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 Howls from Happiness

Fifi az khoshhali zooze mikeshad
Dir. Mitra Farahani
(2013)    102 minutes

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.

The Earrings of Madame de...
The Earrings of Madame de...

Madame de...
Dir. Max Ophüls
(1953)    100 minutes

When an aristocratic woman sells a pair of earrings given to her by her husband in order to pay some debts, she sets off a chain reaction of financial and carnal consequences that can end only in despair.

His Wooden Wedding
His Wooden Wedding

Dir. Leo McCarey
(1925)    20 minutes

Unusually for a comedy, this one begins with the wedding. Charley Chase is about to marry his dream girl when her jealous ex-boyfriend, a bootlegger, slips him an improbable note: “Beware! The girl you are about to marry has a wooden leg.”

Happy Valley
Happy Valley

Dir. Amir Bar-Lev
(2014)    97 minutes

An unflinching look at an iconic American institution in the wake of unthinkable scandal.

Hop to It!
Hop to It!

Dir. Ted Burnstein
(1925)    23 minutes

Oliver Hardy and Bobby Ray enact a bellhop routine that is the slapstick quintessence.

Introduction to the Holy Scrolls
Introduction to the Holy Scrolls

Dir. Bruce Baillie
(1998)    10 minutes

INTRODUCTION TO THE HOLY SCROLLS, completed in February 1998, was an "introductory video with author commenting on films, video inserts from more recent life, family, etc."

In the Fog
In the Fog

V tumane
Dir. Sergei Loznitsa
(2012)    127 minutes

It is 1942 and the western edge of the USSR is under German occupation where local partisans are waging a brutal war against their foreign enemies.

4pm
Forward March, Time!
Forward March, Time!

Tarasov - Vpered, vremia! | Time Forward
Dir. Vladimir Tarasov
(1977)    18 minutes

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
Frank Dead Souls

Dir. Rob Nilsson
(2003)    95 minutes

A bus travels through Cape Town and heads north along the South African beaches towards a swanky resort in Stellenbosch.

Days of Being Wild
Days of Being Wild

A Fei jingjyuhn
Dir. Wong Kar-wai
(1990)    94 minutes

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.

Rendezvous
Rendezvous

Dir. Sylvia Borges
(2013)    28 minutes

When Jacob wants her to come to Paris she leaves everything behind and hitches a ride to the "city of love."

Gentlemen of Nerve
Gentlemen of Nerve

Dir. Charles Chaplin
(1914)    15 minutes

Chaplin plays Mr. Wow Wow in this comedy filmed partly at Ascot Park speedway.

Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould
Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould

Dir. Michele Hozer, Peter Raymont
(2010)    114 minutes

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.

Homemakers
Homemakers

Dir. Colin Healey
(2014)    86 minutes

A part-time punk singer moonlights as full-time harbinger of chaos. When her ex-girlfriend moves to kick her out of their band, she receives big news: an estranged grandfather has bequeathed to her a dilapidated house across the country in Pittsburgh.

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.

In the Course of Human Events
In the Course of Human Events

City Symphony II
Dir. Dominic Angerame
(1995)    22 minutes

By focusing on demolition precipitated by the Loma Prieta earthquake, the filmmaker suggests that the natural disaster simply highlights the intrinsically destructive aspects of urban development.

Impact
Impact

Dir. Arthur Lubin
(1949)    106 minutes

A successful businessman is about to be murdered by his wife and her lover, but their plan goes badly wrong.

6pm
Future So Bright
Future So Bright

Dir. Matt McCormick
(2011)    24 minutes

FUTURE SO BRIGHT is a documentation and mapping project that creatively catalogs abandoned spaces in the American West.

Faust
Faust

Dir. Alexander Sokurov
(2011)    139 minutes

An hallucinatory period piece set in the early 19th century and inspired by Goethe's famous play.

Boy Meets Girl
Boy Meets Girl

Dir. Leos Carax
(1984)    104 minutes

A young man breaks-up with his girlfriend. A young woman breaks-up with her boyfriend. Later, these two tormented souls run into each other at a party.

Grey
Grey

Dir. Jasper Juinen, Rosanne Kropman
(2014)    7 minutes

Every year, there is a safety issue, as thousands of geese settle in the polders around Amsterdam's airport Schiphol.

Girlhood
Girlhood

Dir. Liz Garbus
(2003)    82 minutes

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.

Hard Labor
Hard Labor

Trabalhar Cansa
Dir. Marco Dutra, Juliana Rojas
(2011)    100 minutes

A middle-class couple slowly succumbs to the allures of entrepreneurship and the horrors of a schizophrenic job market.

His Bitter Pill
His Bitter Pill

Dir. Fred Hibbard
(1916)    19 minutes

A big-hearted sheriff loses his girlfriend to the bandit Diamond Dan.

Investigation of a Flame
Investigation of a Flame

Dir. Lynne Sachs
(2003)    44 minutes

On May 17, 1968 nine Vietnam War protesters led by Daniel and Philip Berrigan, walked into a Catonsville, Maryland draft board office, grabbed hundreds of selective service records and burned them with homemade napalm.

In Our Nature
In Our Nature

Dir. Brian Savelson
(2012)    102 minutes

When a Brooklynite takes his girlfriend to his family's weekend house in upstate New York for a romantic getaway, they are unexpectedly joined by his estranged father and his new girlfriend.

8pm
Flatland
Flatland

Dir. Eric Martin
(1965)    11 minutes

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."

Fanny
Fanny

Dir. Joshua Logan
(1961)    134 minutes

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.

A Room with a View
A Room with a View

Dir. James Ivory
(1985)    117 minutes

A proper young British lady is compelled to tour Europe in the company of an older chaperone. While in Italy, they make the acquaintance of a wide variety of personalities.

The Glowing Woman
The Glowing Woman

Dir. Joel Schlemowitz
(2007)    4 minutes

Spiraling colors and abstracted rotating text, with a poem by Wanda Phipps on the soundtrack both layered and singular.

Ghost Algebra
Ghost Algebra

Dir. Janie Geiser
(2009)    7 minutes

Under erratic skies, a solitary figure navigates a landscape of constructed nature and broken bones.

Giuseppe Makes a Movie
Giuseppe Makes a Movie

Dir. Adam Rifkin
(2014)    82 minutes

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.

Heart of Glass
Heart of Glass

Herz aus Glas
Dir. Werner Herzog
(1976)    95 minutes

An 18th century Bavarian mountain village is famous for its production of "ruby glass" but, when the factory’s master glassblower dies, the secret of creating that special glass is lost and, with it, seemingly the entire town’s will to live.

Hard Boiled Yeggs
Hard Boiled Yeggs

Dir. Scott Pembroke
(1926)    25 minutes

Billy West inherits a large sum of money and a dive on the wrong side of town.

In the Street
In the Street

Dir. James Agee, Helen Levitt, Janice Loeb
(1948)    17 minutes

Two cameras shot in tandem while circling their subjects. Later they would cut from camera to camera for added authenticity.

In the Fog
In the Fog

V tumane
Dir. Sergei Loznitsa
(2012)    127 minutes

It is 1942 and the western edge of the USSR is under German occupation where local partisans are waging a brutal war against their foreign enemies.

10pm
First Day of Peace
First Day of Peace

Prvi dan mira
Dir. Mirko Rucnov
(2009)    16 minutes

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.

Edie and Thea
Edie and Thea

Dir. Susan Muska, Gréta Olafsdóttir
(2009)    61 minutes

In the closeted 1960s, two young women met and fell in love, and so began the extraordinary tale of Edie and Thea, whose engagement to each other would span more than forty years.

Be My Wife
Be My Wife

Dir. Max Linder
(1921)    57 minutes

A suitor whose dogged pursuit of his would-be fiancée Mary leads him to trade his usual dapper attire for all sorts of disguises: a pointy fake beard as Mademoiselle's new "voice instructor," an armed robber and even a scarecrow's rags.

Garden
Garden

Dir. Bill T. Jones, Abraham Ravett
(1999)    8 minutes

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
George Tice: Seeing Beyond the Moment

Dir. Bruce Wodder
(2013)    72 minutes

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.

Goodbye Weeds
Goodbye Weeds

Dir. Jerry Fairbanks
(1946)    18 minutes

GOODBYE WEEDS is a Sherwin-Williams-produced short outlining the age-old war between weeds and the Henry Smith family.

Hopscotch
Hopscotch

Dir. Ronald Neame
(1980)    105 minutes

A disgruntled CIA agent quits the service after office politics confine him to a desk job. He heads to Europe, where he links up with a former lover (and fellow ex-agent).

Hub City
Hub City

Dir. Bill Brown
(1997)    15 minutes

HUB CITY is a short about Lubbock, Texas, the home of Buddy Holly.

Ice Scream
Ice Scream

Dir. Roberto Feo, Vito Palumbo
(2010)    22 minutes

When Micky enters a cafe to buy some ice cream for his girlfriend, he bumps into a couple bullies he knows, Brando and Alex which is the start of a day which he will never forget.

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