A mysterious long-lost film may soon be seeing the light of day. Production company Royal Road Entertainment announced on Tuesday that the late Orson Welles’ famously uncompleted film The Other Side of the Wind will be released on his 100th birthday in May of 2015.
The New York Times announced the news on Wednesday with an in-depth article tracing the movie’s origin and long suppression, which of themselves are cinematic. Welles, who passed away in 1985, spent fifteen years working on the film, which he said was based on the origin of his friendship with Ernes...
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