What to Watch on FANDOR
Fandor Exclusive: “The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic”
Now on Fandor, the Venice Film Festival audience award winner and beloved SXSW fave is a clever, unusual and ultimately empathetic comedy-thriller-romance from straight outta Finland.
Fandor Exclusive: “Old Flame”
Making its exclusive streaming premiere on Fandor, Christopher Denham’s sly two-hander OLD FLAME could be called a psychological thriller, although it begins innocently enough as what looks like a lovers-reunion comedy.
Curator’s Pick: “The Brother from Another Planet”
Partisan agitprop around issues of immigration, race, and the ugly truths of America’s past are never not in the news or detonating social media these …
“Bad Romance” February
In many-splintered tribute to Valentine’s Day, JETHICA and ALL JACKED UP AND FULL OF WORMS, Fandor devotes a wild new collection to anti-romantic movies like these…
Curator’s Pick: “Tremble All You Want”
Streaming free on Fandor this month, Akiko Ohku’s 2017 feature TREMBLE ALL YOU WANT revels in oddball digressions and dream-like funk in a way that occurs so much less in mainstream American rom-coms, which rarely divert from the time-shackled rigors of extremely familiar plot mechanics.
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” 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 …
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 …
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.
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.”