New Partners, Great Movies

Cinedigm, Oscilloscope Laboratories, Factory 25

The Fandor library continues to grow in size and diversity thanks to several high-profile new partnerships.

We couldn’t do it without our (many) partners. We’ve had the privilege of working closely with some amazing distributors and filmmakers over the years, each of whom brings something unique to Fandor.

We’re very pleased to announce that we recently established relationships with Cinedigm, Factory 25 and Oscilloscope Laboratories. They join other newly added Fandor partners Documentary Educational Resources, First Run Features and Maysles Films. Each of these distributors has a reputation for offering intelligent and provocative independent documentary and narrative features. We’re thrilled to be able to offer their diverse selection of exceptional films to our members.

You can check out some of our latest acquisitions by viewing the distributor pages mentioned below. Also, be sure to frequent our Recently Added page as we continue to add new films to the Fandor library.

Rivers and Tides directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer

Rivers and Tides directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer. Courtesy of Cinedigm.

Browse Fandor’s selection of Cinedigm films here.

Sun Don't Shine directed by Amy Seimetz

Sun Don’t Shine directed by Amy Seimetz. Courtesy of Factory 25.

Browse Fandor’s selection of Factory 25 films here.

The Messenger directed by Oren Moverman

The Messenger directed by Oren Moverman. Courtesy of Oscilloscope Laboratories.

Browse Fandor’s selection of Oscilloscope films here.

Forest of Bliss directed by Robert Gardner

Forest of Bliss directed by Robert Gardner. Courtesy of Documentary Educational Resources.

Browse Fandor’s selection of Documentary Educational Resources films here.

Alice directed by Jan Švankmajer

Alice directed by Jan Švankmajer. Courtesy of First Run Features.

Browse Fandor’s selection of First Run Features films here.

Meet Marlon Brando directed by Albert Maysles, David Maysles, and Charlotte Zwerin

Meet Marlon Brando directed by Albert Maysles, David Maysles, and Charlotte Zwerin. Courtesy of Maysles Films.

Browse Fandor’s selection of Maysles Films titles here.

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