Quality control expert and certified cinéaste Tiffany Parker picks her Fandor favorites.
Tiffany Parker has been working in the Fandor content department practically since the beginning. As a quality control expert, she watches films before they make their way into the Fandor library, ensuring they pass her exacting standards so our members can enjoy the highest quality viewing experience possible. No irregularity makes it past her desk, which is why she’s earned the nickname Eagle Eye Parker around these parts.
We interrupt your movie (with our sincerest apologies) for this special message from Fandor VP of Product Albert Reinhardt.
Twenty years ago, the average computer strained to play video from a CD-ROM using an inadequate 386 processor. Nowadays, we’re trying to deliver the same amount of data to your phone, over a wireless connection, while you’re riding the subway.
Every Friday, Fandor’s curators serve up a newly available film worthy of special attention. This week’s Featured Release is Five Dolls for an August Moon directed by Mario Bava.
“Truly a film entirely all its own, it’s a film that genre hounds will jive perfectly with, and Bava fans will find more than enough to dig deep into.” — Joshua Brunsting, Criterion Cast
Which silent film legends formed the first independent film studio in America? How many non-studio films won the Best Picture Oscar between 1980 and 2012? Who was the first American woman to direct a feature length film?
Every Friday, Fandor’s curators serve up a newly available film worthy of special attention. This week’s Featured Release is Dear Pillow directed by Bryan Poyser.
“An 85-minute tribute to erotic confusion […] both fascinated by and hostile to the absurdities of our culture’s Puritanism…” – Josh Rosenblatt, The Austin Chronicle
Creative Director Michael Read provides a behind-the-scenes look at Fandor’s Journey into Film – a fun and informative curated series of streaming movie playlists
When I was a kid there was only one way to watch a movie: in a dark room, on a big screen, with a bunch of strangers. Fast forward to the present; today we reside in a digital cinemascape with only our tastes and proclivities to guide us. Piped into our homes is a veritable river of pleasure and culture. We enjoy on-demand access to thousands of films spanning hundreds of genres and the entire history of cinema.
Every Friday, Fandor’s curators serve up a newly available film worthy of special attention. This week’s Featured Release is Four in the Morning directed by Anthony Simmons.
“…imbued with a feeling for London as a setting and virtually as a character in its own right.” — Patrick Russell, BFI ScreenOnline