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The Other Side Of The Wind

Morgan Neville‘s “They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead” is more than just a documentary about the making of Orson Welles‘ “The Other Side of the Wind.” The legendary’s director’s final film, which has been touted for …

To be fair, lots of people loved Orson Welles while he was still alive. When the filmmaker passed away on October 10, 1985, the director’s name was already synonymous with breaking film conventions and employing stylistic techniques unheard of in his e…

It only took 42 years, but Orson Welles’ last directorial effort, “The Other Side of the Wind” is finally finished. Granted, the legendary filmmaker didn’t oversee the final edit (that responsibility was left to producers Frank Marshall and Filip Jan R…

For as long as I can remember in the history of this site, we’ve heard in some shape or form that the legendary Orson Welles’ (“Citizen Kane“) unreleased 1970s film “The Other Side Of The Wind” would finally see rele…

It’s that time of year again: the madness that is the fall film festival season is upon us and the first festival up to bat, as usual, is the Venice Film Festival. The Lido, as its affectionately known, kicks off on Wednesday, August 29 and the f…

Remember last fall? Netflix was promoting their upcoming major blockbuster film “Bright.” At the time, people viewed Netflix films as either big-budget disasters, small (but quality) indie films, or Adam Sandler “comedies.” Needless to say, the stigma …

Back in the spring, Netflix found itself deep in a feud with the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. The debate raged on for a while, with the definition of what constitutes a “film” actually being debated. Netflix contended that their Originals are film…