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 Last Bolshevik
Le tombeau d'Alexandre
Based on the life and work of the Russian film director Alexander Medvedkin, THE LAST BOLSHEVIK is a tribute from one filmmaker to another.
The Last Headbanger
Dir. Ari Gold
The long tawny locks of a rocker dude past his sell-by date still cascade in the breeze like it is “Hair Metal Heaven” (circa 1987) in this enigmatic short.
The Great Northwest
Dir. Matt McCormick
An experimental documentary based on the re-creation of a 3,200 mile road-trip made in 1958 by four Seattle women who thoroughly documented their journey in an elaborate scrapbook.
Through the Eastern Gate
THROUGH THE EASTERN GATE is a compelling documentary following the journeys of three young people who have turned their backs on the material comforts and distractions of the West to find meaning in the spiritual philosophies of the East.
The Man Called Noon
Un hombre llamado Noon
The legendary gunslinger Rubel Noon loses his memory after being shot during an ambush.
Tales of the Valley of the Wind
Dir. Damon Packard
Sword fights, sorcery and a chaotic hybrid of influences makes this loose adaptation of Hayao Miyazaki's NAUSICAA a fascinating companion to the original.
The Last Mogul
The Life and Times of Lew Wasserman
If Hollywood was Mount Olympus," says movie industry lobbyist Jack Valenti in Barry Avrich's THE LAST MOGUL: THE LIFE & TIMES OF LEW WASSERMAN, "then Lew Wasserman was Zeus.
Dir. Lewis Collins
This infamous classroom cautionary short tells the sad tale of Jeanne who, after a long hospital stay, sits alone in her bedroom while her peers frolic outside, wondering, "Who would want to go out with me now?"
South of the Rio Grande
Dir. Lambert Hillyer
In SOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE, the daring duo go to the aid of a rancher friend and his neighbors, whose ranches are being terrorized by a ruthless dictator and a gang of horse thieves.
This documentary traces the development and premiere performance of an avant-garde symphonic work by Southern composer Sorrel Doris Hays.
Dir. Moussa Sene Absa
Moussa Sene Absa's most recent film dissects the social chaos engulfing much of Africa through the story of an idealistic young politician's rise and fall.
Traveling in search of sights their viewers might never experience in person, the Lumière brothers give us the "thrill" of a real (albeit excerpted) standoff in a large stadium ring.
Full Metal Village
Dir. Sung Hyung Cho
This multi-award winning film explores the relationship of the 1,800 resident townsfolk and the 70,000 heavy metal enthusiasts who appear annually.
Figures Do Lie
Hamond Egg, a well-known man about town gets a job as a judge at a local bathing beauty contest, but Etta, who has been reading a book on how to become a female detective, quickly catches on.
Sun Don't Shine
Dir. Amy Seimetz
A dysfunctional couple, in the midst of a tense and mysterious road trip, travel through the desolate yet hauntingly beautiful landscape of central Florida.
We Can Do It
Eto v nashih silah | That We Can Do It
A Soviet-produced cartoon for world peace pictures imperial aggression as a Nazi bird of prey fattened with American capital and arms.
The Last Big Thing
Dir. Dan Zukovic
From a bland tract house on the outskirts of Los Angeles, Simon Geist (with occasional help from his platonic girlfriend Darla) wages war against all of modern American popular culture.
Kafka's Last Story
Dir. Sagi Bornstein
Nearly a century after Franz Kafka’s untimely death, the fate of his invaluable manuscripts is at the heart of a heated debate involving millions of dollars and political wrangling between Israel and Germany.
Solomon Northup's Odyssey
Half Slave, Half Free
To be a free man and a man with a trade was a lot to be proud of for a Black man in 19th Century America. Solomon Northup was such a man. Then, one fateful day, his good life and all his dreams came to a crashing halt.
Pardon My Downfall
The tragic 1978 story of the Jibcutters, the last great American alt-bluegrass band.
Bukowski at Bellevue
In 1970, Charles Bukowski, then little-known, packed his overnight bag and took his first plane ride to the state of Washington to read at Bellevue Community College. This is a record of that occasion.
Don't Expect Too Much
Dir. Susan Ray
Did Nicholas Ray leave Hollywood or did Hollywood leave him? Drawing on the director's archive of never-before-seen film, video and stills, Susan Ray finds answers to our questions.
Why the Anderson Children Didn't Come to Dinner
Dir. Jamie Travis
The award-winning short film tells the “gloriously surreal” story of three seven year-olds forced to endure their mother’s culinary abuses.
Don't Open the Door
Dir. S.F. Brownrigg
A dutiful granddaughter goes home to take care of her dying grandmother. Once there, she finds herself trapped inside the house with a homicidal maniac and all hell breaks loose.
The Last Homecoming
O teleftaios gyrismos
During the course of what seems to be an idyllic Mediterranean summer, a Greek Cypriot family are asked to re-evaluate their relationships, as compelling desires and needs are beginning to unfold. Passions, infidelities and betrayal emerge.
Dir. Ira Sachs
Ira Sachs pays tribute to a lost generation of New York artists and writers with a montage comprised entirely of shots of building exteriors (the last addresses of twenty New York artists and writers who died of AIDS).
South of Heaven
Dir. Jonathan Vara
When Roy Coop finished his stint in the Navy, he only had two things on his mind: seeing his brother Dale and writing the great American novel. What he gets, however, is the homecoming from Hell!
West of Hot Dog
A stagecoach transporting Stan (Stan Laurel) and a few other passengers is attacked by gunmen. The next day, Stan runs into one of his attackers.
Villa des roses
Dir. Frank Van Passel
When Louise's husband dies on the Titanic trying to emigrate, she must leave their son with her aging father to set up a new life for her family in Paris.
Dir. Janie Geiser
In KINDLESS VILLAIN, two boys wander through a stone fortress, while the history of never-ending battle forms traces in the waters below.
There's Nothing You Can Do
The Safdie brothers repurpose reality television’s vocabulary of confrontation and cramped cinematography for a miniature study of urban maladies.
Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday
J'aimerais pas crever un dimanche
One night a morgue employee named Ben (Jean-Marc Barr) meets, under the strangest of circumstances, Teresa (Elodie Bouchez), who has overdosed on Ecstasy at a rave.
The Last Fighters
THE LAST FIGHTERS accompanies the six last surviving Warsaw Ghetto uprising fighters, all over eighty years old, between 2003-2006.
The Last Decade of Steam
Dir. Michael Muter
THE LAST DECADE OF STEAM features mainline steam operations during the last 10 years of regular steam operations in New South Wales, Australia.
Dir. Gene Nash
In 1950s Hollywood, a transvestite fools the world into believing he is a glamorous movie diva. When he dies, the secret is out.
Which Way Is East
Notebooks from Vietnam
When two American sisters travel north from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi, conversations with Vietnamese strangers and friends reveal to them the flip side of a shared history.
Dir. Janus Metz Pedersen
The first documentary ever chosen to compete in the International Critics' Week at Cannes, Janus Metz's ARMADILLO follows a platoon of Danish soldiers on a six-month tour of Afghanistan in 2009.
The Rise and the Fall of the Dix
Dir. Maximón Monihan
A documentary about the world's most famous band you've never heard of.
Jerry Ruis, Shall We Do This?
Just Do It
Dir. Emily James
One eventful year, Emily James gained unprecedented access to film a group of environmental activists seeking results through nonviolent ‘direct action’ campaigns across England.
The Angola 3
Black Panthers and the Last Slave Plantation
THE ANGOLA 3 tells the gripping story of Robert King Wilkerson, Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox, men who have endured solitary confinement longer than any known living prisoner in the United States.
The Last Trick
Poslední trik pana Schwarcewalldea a pana Edgara
Two magicians perform an escalating series of tricks, most of which involve strange objects entering or exiting their plaster heads.
The West Wittering Affair
Dir. David Scheinmann
When Jamie accepts an invite to spend a weekend in the country with Kathy and her friend Natasha, he never expects to sleep with both of them in one night.
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.
Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam
Dir. Nick Broomfield
Acclaimed filmmaker Nick Broomfield takes on his most controversial subject, Heidi Fleiss, madam to Hollywood superstars.
Dir. David Kirkland
WILLFUL AMBROSE’s farcical plot may not be much for continuity but all the better to focus on the slapstick pageantry of slipups, extramarital flirtations and enough thumps for a game of Whack-A-Mole.
Dough and Dynamite
Dir. Charles Chaplin
Chaplin and Chester Conklin play waiters at a cafe/bakery who are forced by their ill-tempered employer to man the ovens when the bakers go on strike.
Things to Do
Dir. Ted Bezaire
Adam Stevenson decides to leave his dead end office job and escape to his childhood home to reevaluate his “life strategy”.
Dir. Herbert Moulton
Ancestors of music videos, YANKEE DOODLER, ROSIE THE RIVETER, and DEAR ARABELLA were made during World War II for coin-operated jukebox devices found in restaurants, bars and train stations.