There’s nothing like curling up with loved ones and watching a good movies during the holidays. Now it’s easier than ever to enjoy great movies from the comfort of home with Fandor’s special holiday pricing promotion, running now through December 20th.
“It looks at life from three feet off the ground and meets the hardening gaze of its 6-year-old protagonist head on.” -Ty Burr, The Boston Globe
Fandor debuts on Android and Sony just in time for the holidays.
For all you Android and Sony loyalists out there, we have some exciting news: now you can watch Fandor on a variety of new platforms!
Every Friday, Fandor’s curators serve up a newly available film worthy of special attention. This week’s Featured Release is the documentary Leviathan directed by Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel.
“…a highly original film of uncompromising, other-worldly beauty. ” – Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter
Cinema By The Bay introduces a new wave of Bay Area filmmakers to local audiences; Fandor’s Liz Ogilvie takes a peek at this year’s program.
The San Francisco Film Society has presented a smorgasbord of international cinema over the past few months with programs featuring films from Italy, Hong Kong, Taiwan and their European sister city Zurich. To cap their fall season, they’re bringing their programming back home with a wide selection of films from the talented pool of Bay Area filmmakers. The fifth edition of the Film Society’s annual Cinema by the Bay festival runs from November 22-24 at San Francisco’s beloved Roxie Theatre.
Every Friday, Fandor’s curators serve up a newly available film worthy of special attention. This week’s Featured Release is the documentary Meet Marlon Brando directed by Albert Maysles, David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin.
“The actor was never more appealing than in this candid-camera cameo, his best performance.” — Howard Thompson, The New York Times
All grown up: Dazed and Confused’s boy on the run shares some of his personal film favorites.
Wiley Wiggins is best recognized for his role as Mitch Kramer in the high school classic (dare I say the ultimate teen movie?) Dazed and Confused, but he’s come a long way since portraying the shy, awkward teen-on-the-cusp in Richard Linklater’s landmark film.