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Beginning with portraits of world-renowned art forger Elmyr de Hory and his equally devious biographer, Clifford Irving, Welles goes on a dizzying cinematic journey that simultaneously exposes and revels in fakery and fakers of all stripes-not the least of which is Welles himself. In Orson Welles' free-form documentary, the legendary filmmaker (and self-described charlatan) gleefully engages the central preoccupation of his career-the tenuous line between truth and illusion, art and lies.Director Silovic and his crew..done a grand job in bringing some of this incredibly rare material to light, and have achieved a truly fascinating and well-constructed tribute to the master." - David Stratton, Variety ORSON WELLES: THE ONE-MAN BAND (1995, 90 minutes) Directed by Vassili Silovic. Produced by Dominique Antoine, Fredy Messmer, and Roland Zag. Charming and poignant, F for Fake is an inspired prank and a searching examination of the essential duplicity of cinema.Welles envisioned the film as a commercial project, designed to do well at the box-office, however, the production ran into financial and technical difficulties and never got completed.
Forty-six-year-old Welles, at the time still married but estranged from his third wife Paola Mori, took a liking to the twenty-year-old "dark, beautiful and exotic-looking" Palinkaš.He ended up living in exile in Europe for more than a decade.Then in the summer of 1970, Welles returned to Hollywood with dreams of a comeback — but on his own terms.His work included scaring the country with his fake “The War of the Worlds” radio broadcast and then going to Hollywood and creating masterpieces like “Citizen Kane,” for which he won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay in 1942.But his later years brought financial turmoil and were marked by a stubborn obsession with having creative freedom on anything he touched.