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Looking Again at Orson Welles

UC Berkeley Art Museum Pacific Film Archive

Presenting Mark Cousins's new documentary, The Eyes of Orson Welles, a provocative reexamination of Welles's life, work, and visual imagination alongside several of Welles's landmark films.


This is what SF/Arts curator Sura Wood had to say about Looking Again at Orson Welles :

Mercurial, impossible and brilliant, Orson Welles was a revolutionary whose massive ego and ambition was matched by the breadth of his genius. He was a writer, director and actor in multiple mediums but it’s Welles’s lesser-known creative output as a painter that interested Mark Cousins. His unconventional film essay, “The Eyes of Orson Welles,” is shown along with Welles’s masterworks: “Citizen Kane,” “Macbeth” and “The Lady from Shanghai.”

Event Info
Ends in 14 days:
Jun 09 → Jul 10
Times vary; check the website
$5-$12
Berkeley Art Museum Pacific Film Archive
2155 Center Street , Berkeley
Info: 510-642-0808
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