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Neville’s documentary will focus on Welles’ relationship with Hollywood, particularly on “The Other Side of the Wind.” “‘The Other Side of the Wind’ has long been a ghostly legend in cinema history, but the story behind it is equally fascinating,” Neville said.“I’m excited to be able to tell the incredible story behind this film and to explore what made Welles such an enduring figure.” “The Other Side of the Wind” was shot by Welles beginning in 1970 from a screenplay he co-wrote with Oja Kodar.It will be a theatrical release as well.” Netflix has 75 million subscribers in 190 countries.
Along with the autobiography fragments discovered last year, there are items from the ) described the streaming giant as the ideal home for Welles’ unfinished film, adding he hoped it would debut by the end of the year, according to reports in Screen Daily and The Hollywood Reporter. “We are in negotiations with Netflix, which I think is a great place for this movie.All in all, I am not so optimistic since they keep on chiseling away from our old agreement.Every time I give in to something they want, they come up with something else, this keeps going on and on and I don’t know where the end is.” So, yeah, don’t hold your breath.The most popular Orson Welles video on You Tube, edging out the trailer for “Citizen Kane” and “The War of the Worlds” broadcast of 1938, is called “Orson Welles Drunk Outtake.” It shows him slurring his way through one of those ads in which he intoned, “Paul Masson will sell no wine before its time.” Whether he was drunk, experiencing the effects of medication (he suffered from diabetes and other ailments), or simply very tired is immaterial. This is largely how today’s culture has chosen to remember Welles: as a pompous wreck, a man who peaked early and then devolved into hackwork and bloated fiascos.The video points to a decades-old fissure in the reputation of Welles, whose centennial fell on May 6th.
Neville won the 2014 Academy Award for best feature documentary for “20 Feet From Stardom,” which focused on backup singers.