Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach ask you to help finish Orson Welles’ final film

Frequent collaborators Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach have made a video together for a good cause: to help Frank Marshall and Peter Bogdanovich get the lated release of Orson Wells’ final film, called “The other side of the wind”, a real thing. The project they are supporting is on Indiegogo and you can go there to read more about it and, if you’d like, donate money.

If you haven’t heard of The Other Side of The Wind, it was supposed to be Orson Welles’ comeback title. After years spent working in Europe, Orson returned to Hollywood intent on making a film about filmmaking, but managed to hit an obstacle at every turn and, although he finished shooting it, he did not finish editing and the film was never released.

 

2 Replies to “Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach ask you to help finish Orson Welles’ final film”

  1. Please has anyone donated or know of an update on this “the best movie we will never see”? Did Wes Anderson get funding and begin editing? Would be an exciting piece of history to watch.

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