For the fifth film in my post-birthday favorite movie marathon, I chose Orson Welles' odd 1973 film F For Fake. In this, Welles gets to engage in the film essay, which might have been the best media for him. The film is about the art...
I watched Orson Welles' 1968 adaptation of an Isak Dinesen story for French television. The story is about an old dying European capitalist in China who long ago heard this.
Last night, I watched this 1970 appearance by Orson Welles on the Dick Cavett Show, after Jack Lemmon had already been interviewed and was also on the stage. It's quite.
Why can't Orson Welles be brought back from the dead to narrate documentaries? Had to link instead of embed because of the film's privacy settings, but it's a cool documentary of sorts on indigenous Mexican ruins.