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.
The Seven Ages
Dir. Edwin S. Porter
Here, Porter photographed a series of short vignettes reminiscent of kiss films such as THE JOHN C. RICE-MAY IRWIN KISS (1896).
A Woman's Face
En kvinnas ansikte
In one of the most challenging roles of her early career in Sweden, Ingrid Bergman plays Anna Holm, whose bitterness over her facial disfigurement leads her to become a blackmailer.
The Mothering Heart
Dir. D.W. Griffith
D.W. Griffith's THE MOTHERING HEART tells the tale of a man and his wife separated by a drive for success and the temptations of another woman.
Terror is a Man
Following after the example of Val Lewton’s 1940s horror films, this drive-in ready adaptation of H.G. Wells’ THE ISLAND OF DOCTOR MOREAU wrings psychological anguish and terse visual effects from its low-budget expressionism.
Tripping with Caveh
Dir. Caveh Zahedi
Independent filmmaker Caveh Zahedi approaches legendary songwriter Will Oldham with the unusual proposition of taking psychedelic mushrooms together and filming the results. Surprisingly, Will accepts.
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
Loong Boonmee raleuk chat
Suffering from acute kidney failure, Uncle Boonmee has chosen to spend his final days surrounded by his loved ones in the countryside.
The Whole Dam Family and the Dam Dog
Dir. Edwin S. Porter
One of several Edison films from this period that used animated intertitles.
Of Love and Eggs
Rindu kami padamu
This film brings gentle humor to complex relationships between parents and children, and to social and religious issues of life in and around a Jakarta mosque.
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.
About 111 Girls
A government official travels across Iranian Kurdistan with his driver on a mission to stop 111 young Kurdish women from committing suicide in protest.
Variations for Piano for Six Hands
Variazii dla Fortepiano v Shest Ruk
After a five-year-absence, Misha Rabinovich, a Russian musician with a Polaroid camera and big expectations, surprises his wife and little boy. Unfortunately, the encounter doesn't go as planned.
The Woman with the Hungry Eyes
Dir. Hugh Munro Neely
Hollywood’s first and foremost vamp Theda Bara dazzles audiences in THE WOMAN WITH THE HUNGRY EYES.
Run, Girl, Run
Dir. Alfred J. Goulding
Sunnyside College and coach Minnie Marmon are dependent upon the athleticism of Norma Nurmi to win the big track meet. But she is more interested in rendezvousing with a cadet.
Norman Mailer: The American
Dir. Joseph Mantegna
A provocateur, a rebel, a performer and notorious anarchist, Norman Mailer never stopped giving people something to talk about.
Too Much Johnson
Dir. Orson Welles
Orson Welles' rediscovered footage from a theatrical production is a lively tribute to silent comedy and Keystone Kops chaos across the rooftops of New York City.
Dir. Robert Oppel
On a fateful night in 1974, millions of Americans tuned in to the Academy Awards® and watched in shock as an anonymous man streaked naked across the stage in the middle of the show.
I Married a Munchkin
The Fish Fall in Love
Mahiha ashegh mishavand
Loosely based on the Persian fable of "Shahrazad and the Thousand Myths", director Ali Raffi uses the language of food to paint a richly textured portrait of life and love on the northern coast of Iran.
Dir. Gilbert Pratt
Before Stan Laurel met Oliver Hardy, he made this short film for legendary actor-producer "Bronco" Billy Anderson about a hapless naïf who stumbles into a conspiracy at his workplace.
36 Quai des Orfèvres
Two of France's acting heavyweights, Gerard Depardieu and Daniel Auteuil star as two detectives, once close friends now bitter rivals they strive to claim the coveted position of Chief of Police, by whatever means necessary.
De Luce 2: Architectura
Dir. Janis Crystal Lipzin
Light and photo-chemistry collide and conspire against twelve different architectural backdrops suspending and dissolving celluloid matter into a luminosity reminiscent of Mark Rothko's radiant field paintings.
The Woman in the Fifth
La femme du Vème
American writer Tom Ricks comes to Paris desperate to put his life together again and win back the love of his estranged wife and daughter.
The Watermelon Woman
Dir. Cheryl Dunye
Cheryl is a twenty-something black lesbian working as a clerk in a video store while struggling to make a documentary about Fae Richards, an obscure black actress from the 1930's.
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.
Molly's Theory of Relativity
Dir. Jeff Lipsky
MOLLY'S THEORY OF RELATIVITY is a sexy, funny, and surreal independent film about how the bonds of family can never be broken.
Dir. Joey Izzo
Anna hates Beth for no other reason than she is marrying her stepbrother Matt. The new couple is on the eve of relocating, leaving Anna to fend for herself.
Butter on the Latch
Dir. Josephine Decker
Josephine Decker's stunning debut feature is a deeply subjective, mysterious and erotic portrait of a frantic young woman, Sarah, who leaves the city for the apparent safety of a Balkan music camp hidden deep in the California woods.
Like a Fish Out of Water
Dir. Leonid Prudovsky
Marcelo is desperately looking for someone to help him improve his Hebrew accent so he can pass the auditions for an Israeli Soap Opera.
Ivan the Terrible II: The Boyars' Plot
Ivan Groznyy. Skaz vtoroy: Boyarskiy zagovor
The tsar attempts to foil the efforts of the Boyars to disrupt his rule but things are never quite what they seem.
The War of 33
Letters from Beirut
THE WAR OF 33 is an intimate, personal and powerful telling of the story of the 2006 war in Lebanon.
Line Describing Your Mom
The Romantic Englishwoman
Dir. Joseph Losey
Michael Caine plays successful novelist Lewis Fielding, whose imagination spins ever-more elaborate scenarios of infidelity when his wife Elizabeth (Glenda Jackson) goes on a solo vacation to Baden Baden.
Another Man's Garden
O Jardim do Outro Homem
For a young girl who wants to study medicine in Mozambique, the obstacles extend far beyond the distractions of her boyfriend and her family.
Dir. George Nichols
An English lad's tribulation-filled journey to adulthood, based on Charles Dickens's 1850 immortal story.
A vivid drama, intermingling the personal and the political, about one of the most enigmatic figures in 20th-century American history, Bayard Rustin.
Dir. Jonathan Vara
This consciously absurd riff on film noir and the films of the French New Wave casts the titular protagonist into a rule-bound world of film formalism where's he's doomed to repeat genre conventions.
Dir. Bruce Weber
A deeply personal film, feeling very much like a film journal or a scrapbook, pays homage to all things Bruce Weber loves most.
The Smell of Burning Ants
Dir. Jay Rosenblatt
THE SMELL OF BURNING ANTS is a haunting documentary on the pains of growing up male.
L'assassin habite au 21
The Murderer Lives at Number 21
Inspector "Wens" Vorobechik and his aspiring actress girlfriend search for a serial killer who leaves mysterious calling cards.
Remembrance of Things to Come
Fascinated with the effect of photography on memory (and on the future), Chris Marker and Yannick Bellon look at the work of Bellon's mother, photojournalist Denise Bellon in one of Marker's final film essays.
Dir. Marjorie Keller
A young dancer re-choreographed through film editing. This film was originally made in standard 8mm from a home movie.
The Wild World of Batwoman
Dir. Jerry Warren
At the 1960s height of Batmania, schlock movie master Jerry Warren concocted this way-out tale of Batwoman (Katherine Victor with a bat drawn on her chest with eyeliner).
An Englishman in New York
Dir. Richard Laxton
An exhilarating, funny and inspiring story focusing on Quentin Crisp's emigration to the United States the final years of his life.
Ballad of the Little Soldier
Werner Herzog followed the controversy over his treatment of the Aguaruna Indians during the FITZCARRALDO production by journeying into the jungles of Nicaragua and Honduras to document the Miskito Indians’ armed struggle against the Sandinistas.
Agnes and His Brothers
Agnes und seine Brüder
Agnes and his brothers have little in common except an eccentric father, relationship problems that are totally screwing up their lives, and a distinct possibility those two things are connected.
How a French Nobleman Got a Wife Through the New York Herald Personal Columns
Dir. Edwin S. Porter
Taking advantage of this demand and eager to harm its competitor, the Edison Company had Edwin S. Porter remake several of Biograph's hits.
We Feed the World
Dir. Erwin Wagenhofer
WE FEED THE WORLD presents a sobering portrait of the people who define the contemporary food industry, where the constant pursuit of profit takes precedence over the health of the workers, the hungry and the environment.
The Lemon Grove Kids Go Hollywood!
The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters
In this typically silly segment the "Kids" get hired to do handiwork for a "beautiful movie star", unaware that she is the target of some nefarious-if-inept would-be kidnappers.
The Brave One
Dir. Irving Rapper
THE BRAVE ONE is story about the friendship of a boy and a bull. Gitano, or Gypsy, is the name the boy gives the bull whose life he saves during a storm.
Dir. Eddie Cline
With her winnings from an essay contest, a waitress gets dolled up and goes to a swanky resort to snag a millionaire husband.
Dir. Ralph Ceder
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 Woman Eater
Dir. Charles Saunders
Dr. James Moran returns from the Amazon jungles with a sacred tribal tree that can produce a sap which will reportedly resture life to the dead.
Every Man for Himself and God Against All
The Enigma of Kasper Hauser I Jeder für sich und Gott gegen alle
Werner Herzog retells the true story of Kaspar Hauser, a young man who, without explanation or the ability to speak coherently, appears in the middle of Nuremberg in 1828.
John Wayne Hated Horses
Dir. Andrew T. Betzer
A father and his young son share a house, a yard and very different ideas about masculinity and appropriate uses of army toys.
A Tale of Two Sisters
Su-mi and Su-yeon return home after an extended hospital stay. Things have not been the same since their mother passed away.
As Others See Us
Dir. Marie Harrington
Are you dressed correctly? Are you eating properly? No. You are doing it all wrong. This short will correct your behavior. Or else!
Dir. Lech Kowalski
The impeccably constructed black-and-white images give a view of the pre Disneyfication of New York City in this amazing work from filmmaker Lech Kowalski.
The Ocean Waif
Dir. Alice Guy-Blaché
Doris Kenyon stars in the title role of an abused young woman who finds safety and eventually love in the arms of a famous novelist.