The Blunt Reason One Controversial Director Won't Use Kickstarter

September 18, 2014 8:00 PM

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More than maybe any other filmmaker, Terry Gilliam's legacy is as made up of his failed projects as his successes. Still in the former column is the notorious The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. But when we sat down with Gilliam over his latest, The Zero Theorem, he offered up some news on this long-struggling feature as well as an unusual promise to fans. He's got financing; he won't take your money.

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote still has not made it through production, despite numerous attempts by Terry Gilliam to get it made. The most famous--or infamous--of these was captured in the revealing behind-the-scenes documentary from 2002, Lost in La Mancha. More than a decade later, the press tou...

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