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Our Day Will Come (2010, directed by Romain Gavras)
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Curator’s Pick: “Our Day Will Come”

Critics did not exactly shower writer-director Romain Gavras with love when Our Day Will Come (2010, originally Notre Jour Viendra) was released. “This is a …

Kaili Blues (2015, directed by Bi Gan)
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“Kaili Blues” and the Art of the “One-er”

Who doesn’t love a stunning one-take wonder? The unedited (or perhaps cleverly seeming so) single moving shot that can instill dynamism, elegance, and intrigue into …

Sell/Buy/Date, directed by and starring Sarah Jones
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Fandor Exclusive: “Sell/Buy/Date”

What’s that adage about when life gives you lemons? Sarah Jones offers a fresh-squeezed case study.  The playwright, actress and poet launched her career out …

Uncle Peckerhead (2020, directed by Matthew John Laurence)
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9 Fandor Frights

From J-Horror classics like “Dark Water” to cult indie freakouts like “The Oregonian” and “Uncle Peckerhead,” check out what’s lurking in Fandor’s shadows this spooky season.

Me to Play (2021, directed by Jim Bernfield)
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Fandor Exclusive: “Me to Play”

For the two men performing Samuel Beckett’s “Endgame” in the documentary ME TO PLAY, that imperative echoes through the towering Irish modernist playwright’s often-quoted line (from his 1953 novel “The Unnamable”): “You must go on. I can’t go on. I’ll go on.”

Woman on the Beach (2006, directed by Hong Sangsoo)
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My First Hong Sangsoo

A critic grapples with a personal blind spot in a lifetime of film watching: the films of prolific South Korean auteur and soju enthusiast Hong Sangsoo.

Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore (1996), directed by Sarah Jacobson
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Mary Jane’s Not Unknown Anymore

MARY JANE’S NOT A VIRGIN ANYMORE (1996) is Riot Grrrl meets CARNAL KNOWLEDGE, celebrating its heroine’s agency by charting her route to it, fueled by feminist sass and a gender-fluid sensibility, lots of raw candor and barbed wit, and the absolute charm of its cast.

Hanagatami (2017)
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Last “House” From the Left: Obayashi’s Anti-War Trilogy

Best known by American cult-cinema obsessives for 1977’s “House,” Japanese filmmaker Nobohiku Obayashi’s late-career trio of pacifist epics are now on Fandor.

Robert Greene (KATE PLAYS CHRISTINE, BISBEE '17)
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INTERVIEW: Robert Greene Plays Himself

Robert Greene (director of the acclaimed documentaries KATE PLAYS CHRISTINE and BISBEE’ 17) talks with Keyframe, only on Fandor.

Knightders (1981), now FREE on Fandor
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“Knightriders” and the Non-Horror Films of George A. Romero

(Knightriders is currently available to watch for FREE on Fandor, where subscribers can also see Romero’s Season of the Witch, The Crazies, and Night of …

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