Episode 61. Wunderkind Welles

One of the biggest names in film history is the subject of today’s podcast as Alex and Jonathan discuss the ups and downs of the career of Orson Welles and look at Citizen Kane (1941), Chimes at Midnight (1965), and F for Fake (1973). We talk about the legacy of Citizen Kane, the many controversies Welles’ was involved in, and his connection to the various characters he played in his own films.

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Skip to: Citizen Kane (09:15), Chimes at Midnight (33:19), F for Fake (45:11), Overall (56:10), Coming Attractions (1:03:27)

Resources referenced in this episode:

Next time on the podcast we’ll be following up our documentary episode and talking about three comedic films that mock the genre:

Intro/Outro Music:
Ash by Mike Braudrick

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