With Fandor’s new iPad app users can:
· Discover movies based on genre, length, and era using the Spinner
· Recommend films to friends via Twitter, Facebook and email
· Connect and watch on a TV with iPad 2
· Rate movies and manage film queue
· Enjoy ad-free viewing
Fandor offers a burgeoning library of indie films, docs, and shorts from a wide range of directors, from Wong Kar-Wai to Hal Hartley and Guy Maddin. Films range from a newly restored version of Fritz Lang's "Metropolis" to the bizarre Greek-indie "Dogtooth." Fandor boasts a solid international collection--African, Chinese, German, Middle Eastern, Scandinavian are amount the popular genre choices--as well as Hollywood classics and important historical films: even George Melies silents are on view.
Introducing dozens of new features each week, the on-demand streaming program costs $2.99/week, $9.99/month and $99.99/year. The Fandor iPad app is here.