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
Vengeance Is Mine
Vengeance Is Mine

Dir. Edward Dew
(1971)    28 minutes

A young man goes back to his hometown to demonstrate that, with the love and belief in the Lord, people can change for the better.

Violette
Violette

Dir. Martin Provost
(2013)    138 minutes

An intense relationship began between Violette Leduc and Simone de Beauvoir, which would last their whole lives, a relationship based on the quest for freedom through writing.

Sick
Sick

Dir. Kirby Dick
(1997)    90 minutes

The internationally acclaimed film about comedian and performance artist Bob Flanagan whose experiences with sadomasochism helped him manage his painful disease Cystic Fibrosis.

Herein
Herein

Dir. Marjorie Keller
(1991)    31 minutes

HEREIN charts the movement from political activism to filmmaking through the metaphor of a dwelling.

Computer Chess
Computer Chess

Dir. Andrew Bujalski
(2013)    91 minutes

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.

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Untitled (Thanks. Get in...)

Dir. James Fotopoulos, Raymond Pettibon
(2007)    58 minutes

An aspiring young Hollywood actor, while hitchhiking to see his agent, is picked-up by a lecherous, cynical man.

The Cold Lands
The Cold Lands

Dir. Tom Gilroy
(2013)    100 minutes

When his fiercely self-reliant mother dies unexpectedly, eleven-year-old Atticus is wary of the authorities and flees deep into the forests of his Catskills home. His sheltered, off-the-grid childhood is over, and a new life on the move has begun.

The Snow Hawk
The Snow Hawk

Dir. Scott Pembroke, Joe Rock
(1925)    20 minutes

Stan works in a grocery store in the middle of the mountains, buried in snow. The young woman he's in love with is falling for a fraud who pretends to be an officer.

2pm
That Little Band of Gold
That Little Band of Gold

Dir. Roscoe Arbuckle
(1915)    22 minutes

Fatty weds Mabel though, unfortunately, married life is a bit of a letdown for her since she's stuck at home while he goes galavanting drunkenly around town at all hours.

Lucy
Lucy

(1975)    12 minutes

This cautionary tale of New Jersey-accented everygirl Lucy is surprisingly sophisticated and non-judgmental in its take on teenage pregnancy.

Marius
Marius

Dir. Daniel Auteuil
(2013)    94 minutes

Fanny, a young and pretty seafood peddler, has secretly been in love with Marius since her childhood; Marius, never admitting it, has always loved Fanny.

Graceland
Graceland

Dir. Ron Morales
(2012)    84 minutes

In this unpredictable and tightly-paced thriller, family man Marlon Villa is faced with an unthinkable predicament when he gets ambushed while driving both his boss's twelve year-old girl and his own daughter home from school one afternoon.

Usher
Usher

Dir. Curtis Harrington
(2002)    37 minutes

Curtis Harrington's final film before he died in 2007 is a remake of a short he made in high school based on the classic Edgar Allan Poe story “The Fall of the House of Usher.”

I am Not a Hipster
I am Not a Hipster

Dir. Destin Daniel Cretton
(2012)    90 minutes

A young singer/songwriter with a growing local following wanders through his apathetic life.

Holes in My Shoes
Holes in My Shoes

Dir. David Wachs
(2006)    91 minutes

HOLES IN MY SHOES profiles the ultimate New Yorker, Jack Beers, and demonstrates the power and promise of the "American dream" through the artfully-told, inspirational story of his life.

Story of a Peculiar Night
Story of a Peculiar Night

Dir. Alessandro Marenga
(2004)    29 minutes

A documentary record of the 2004 premiere in Rome of the restored print of Michelangelo Antonioni's 1950 film STORY OF A LOVE AFFAIR.

4pm
Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbour's Wife
Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbour's Wife

The Ten Commandments
Dir. Phil Mulloy
(1996)    10 minutes

The tenth commandment would seem to provide easy fodder for Phil Mulloy’s twisted imagination. Instead, he plunges further out-of-bounds than expected for this epic conclusion to his “Ten Commandments” series.

Scrooge
Scrooge

A Christmas Carol
Dir. Edwin Greenwood
(1923)    27 minutes

This 1923 version of Charles Dickens' immortal tale was also released to theatres as A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

Fanny
Fanny

Dir. Daniel Auteuil
(2013)    102 minutes

Abandoned and still in love, Fanny finds out she's expecting Marius' child. Now an unmarried mother, she's unable to take responsibility for her and her child's future.

Blast!
Blast!

Dir. Paul Devlin
(2008)    74 minutes

A spectacular and suspenseful story of space exploration.

SLOW
SLOW

Dir. Scott Stark
(2001)    16 minutes

A simple cinematic device (the wipe) is used to interweave human and mechanical movements through fixed spaces over time, revealing potent absences and reflected presences.

The Family Album
The Family Album

Dir. Alan Berliner
(1986)    60 minutes

THE FAMILY ALBUM is a universal yet intimate portrait of the American family, not scripted, not rehearsed, not immune to the conflicts and contradictions underlying family life and its rituals.

Sherman's March
Sherman's March

Dir. Ross McElwee
(1986)    157 minutes

After his girlfriend leaves him, Ross McElwee takes a voyage along the original route followed by General William Sherman, searching for love with camera in hand.

Pablo's Winter
Pablo's Winter

El Invierno de Pablo
Dir. Chico Pereira
(2012)    77 minutes

Through a straightforward depiction of life's everyday moments, the decay of the local mining culture is explored.

The Sky is Gray
The Sky is Gray

Dir. Stan Lathan
(1980)    44 minutes

From Ernest J. Gaines, author of “The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman”, comes a deceptively simple, yet emotionally complex tale of a young boy's discovery of what it's like to be black in Louisiana during the 1940's.

6pm
Romance of the Western Chamber
Romance of the Western Chamber

Xixiang ji
Dir. Yao Hou
(1927)    43 minutes

Based on Wang Shifu's famous play of the same name, ROMANCE OF THE WESTERN CHAMBER tells the story of a young scholar Zhang Sheng who goes to the capital city and falls in love.

Dennis
Dennis

Dir. Mads Matthiesen
(2008)    18 minutes

When introverted bodybuilder Dennis invites a local girl out on a date his mother is hurt and disappointed. Despite the pressure she puts on him to cancel the date, Dennis ventures into a night that he will never forget.

Inga
Inga

Jag en oskuld
Dir. Joseph W. Sarno
(1968)    81 minutes

The titular heroine is a teenage innocent sent to live with her jaded aunt Greta, whose layabout boyfriend Karl is draining her finances but also maintaining her illusion of youth.

Janine
Janine

Dir. Cheryl Dunye
(1990)    9 minutes

The story of a black lesbian’s relationship with a white, upper middle class high school girl.

Mamori
Mamori

Dir. Karl Lemieux
(2010)    8 minutes

MAMORI transports us into a black-and-white universe of fluid shapes, dappled and striated with shadows and light, where the texture of the visuals and of the celluloid itself have been transformed through the filmmaker’s artistry.

Klown
Klown

Klovn: The Movie
Dir. Mikkel Nørgaard
(2010)    92 minutes

Hopelessly wrongheaded Frank "kidnaps" the twelve-year-old nephew of his pregnant girlfriend in an eager attempt to prove his fatherhood potential, and they join sex-crazed Casper on his secret adulterous weekend canoe trip.

Helicopter
Helicopter

Dir. Ari Gold
(2001)    22 minutes

Kevin Abrams, Margie Stokley and David Creamer play siblings reunited for a free concert commemorating the life of legendary rock promoter Bill Graham and the two people who perished with him in a 1991 helicopter crash.

Winter Vacation
Winter Vacation

Han jia
Dir. Li Hongqi
(2010)    91 minutes

In this acclaimed absurdist comedy, bored teenagers and disillusioned adults rage at each other and the emptiness of life in frost-bitten northern China.

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.

8pm
The Danger Girl
The Danger Girl

Dir. Clarence Badger
(1916)    27 minutes

Gloria Swanson disguises herself as a man, in order to lure a "dangerous" vamp away from her boyfriend Bobby.

Ruby
Ruby

Dir. Curtis Harrington
(1977)    84 minutes

RUBY is a mother whose mute daughter becomes possessed by the spirit of her murdered father.

Lilly
Lilly

Dir. Jodie Mack
(2007)    7 minutes

Animated photo-negatives illustrate a WWII tragedy.

Buddy
Buddy

Dir. Morten Tyldum
(2003)    100 minutes

A vibrant young cast explores the true meaning of friendship and love in a heart-warming story about high jinks, crazy roommates and reality television.

Champlain
Champlain

Dir. Denys Arcand
(1964)    28 minutes

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.

Granito
Granito

Dir. Pamela Yates
(2011)    81 minutes

The remarkable impact of a film on a nation's fight for justice, dramatically entered as evidence to bring a dictator to justice and give Mayan people their day in court.

The 3 Rooms of Melancholia
The 3 Rooms of Melancholia

Melancholian 3 huonetta
Dir. Pirjo Honkasalo
(2004)    105 minutes

THE 3 ROOMS OF MELANCHOLIA reveals how the Chechen War has psychologically affected children in Russia and in Chechnya.

Skinningrove
Skinningrove

Dir. Michael Almereyda
(2013)    15 minutes

In this intimate and moving film, acclaimed filmmaker Michael Almereyda probes photographer Chris Kilip's memory of a small isolated fishing village, SKINNINGROVE, in Northern England.

Freezer Burn
Freezer Burn

Dir. Charles Hood
(2007)    96 minutes

Virgil is a thirty-year-old scientist developing technology to permanently preserve human organs for transplant. However, his obsession with his work takes a toll on his marriage.

Frozen Hearts
Frozen Hearts

Dir. Jay Howe
(1923)    25 minutes

Russia, end of the 19th century. Olaf (Stan Laurel) leaves his fiancee and joins the army, given a concurrence of events.

10pm
Innocent Husbands
Innocent Husbands

Dir. Leo McCarey
(1925)    25 minutes

Charley must avoid the wrath of his suspicious wife when a party girl passes out in his room, a challenge further complicated by the spooky seance going on in the next room.

Howie
Howie

Dir. Chuck Hudina
(1978)    50 minutes

Howie, a seventy year old alcoholic and ex-sailor, sums up his life in the following terms: "Travel and drink, drink and travel, that's all I've ever done."

Anthem
Anthem

Dir. Marlon Riggs
(1993)    8 minutes

Marlon Riggs' experimental music video politicizes the homoeroticism of African-American men.

Bestiaire
Bestiaire

Dir. Denis Côté
(2012)    72 minutes

Fascinating and beguiling, BESTIAIRE is filmmaker Denis Côté's mesmerizing meditation on the relationships between animals and people through the seasons at a Quebec safari park.

Dennis
Dennis

Dir. Mads Matthiesen
(2008)    18 minutes

When introverted bodybuilder Dennis invites a local girl out on a date his mother is hurt and disappointed. Despite the pressure she puts on him to cancel the date, Dennis ventures into a night that he will never forget.

How to Die in Oregon
How to Die in Oregon

Dir. Peter Richardson
(2011)    107 minutes

In HOW TO DIE IN OREGON, filmmaker Peter Richardson gently enters the lives of the terminally ill as they consider whether (and when) to end their lives by lethal overdose.

The World's Largest Shopping Mall
The World's Largest Shopping Mall

Dir. Sam Green, Carrie Lozano
(2009)    13 minutes

THE WORLD'S LARGEST SHOPPING MALL documents the extravagantly large South China Mall, a shopping center of massive proportions but few customers.

Wolves in the Snow
Wolves in the Snow

Des chiens dans la neige
Dir. Michel Welterlin
(2002)    90 minutes

After a violent marital argument ensues between Lucie and Antoine that results in Antoine's death, Lucie discovers his secret life of gangsters, money laundering and violence.

The Conquest of the Pole
The Conquest of the Pole

À la conquête du pôle
Dir. Georges Méliès
(1912)    30 minutes

THE CONQUEST OF THE POLE was Georges Méliès' final stab at epic filmmaking before his bankruptcy a year later. In the short (not unlike A TRIP TO THE MOON), scientists gather and draft plans to undertake a great voyage.

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