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The finally finished Orson Welles movie ‘ The Other Side of the Wind ’ follows an aging Hollywood director trying to boost his flagging career by making a flashy movie called…‘The…

Producers Frank Marshall and Filip Rymsza on ‘The Other Side of The Wind’

The finally finished Orson Welles movie ‘ The Other Side of the Wind ’ follows an aging Hollywood director trying to boost his flagging career by making a flashy movie called…‘The…

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Alex Gibney and Frank Marshall talk with Kim Masters about how they set out to make an uplifting film about Lance Armstrong's comeback ride in the 2009 Tour de France only to find that…

Alex Gibney and Frank Marshall on 'The Armstrong Lie'

Alex Gibney and Frank Marshall talk with Kim Masters about how they set out to make an uplifting film about Lance Armstrong's comeback ride in the 2009 Tour de France only to find that…

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