©1966, directed by Albert and David Maysles, 16mm,
color, 10 mins
Orson Welles pitches to potential investors his vision of
a largely improvised bullfighter movie about an existential,
James Dean type, troubadour who sets himself apart from
other matadors. In front of an audience of wealthy arts
patrons, Welles pontificates on the state of cinema, the
filmmaking process and the art of bullfighting.