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The First Annual Hollywood Film Festival®
Presented by The Hollywood Network®, October 14-19, 1997

Tribute to Orson Welles
F for Fake (1973)

After shooting on and off for two years, on the feature The Other Side of the Wind, Orson Welles created a project called F for Fake. He brought me to Paris and Madrid and to the Spanish resort of Puerto Rey, to make a film about the art forger Elmyr de Hory and his biographer, Clifford Irving. During the filming of this, Irving published a book about the famous Howard Hughes. It was a fake book. This changed our film. As the newspapers changed each day about the Clifford Irving and Howard Hughes story, so did our film. Orson was editing every day in Paris at Studio Antegor and at night we would be filming a new sequence to progress the film. The news made the film F for Fake.

The last twenty minutes of the film were shot at home, in Orson's country estate, outside of Paris. In the Picasso story, Orson had me take pictures of Picasso out of magazines, blow them up and film them through Persian blinds and Venetian blinds, both inside and outside. I was to execute his vision. When he wanted me to do something photographically, I had to do it. If I didn't know how, he told me how to do it.

.....Gary Graver

F for Fake (Verites et Mensonces)

U.S./France/Iran/Germany. 1973. 85 minutes. Films de l'Astrophore/Saci/Janus Film. Produced by Dominique Antoine, Francois Reichenback. Screenplay: Orson Welles, Olga Palinkas (Oja Kodar). Cinematograpy: Gary Graver, Christian Odasso. Editors: Marie Sophie Dubus, Dominique Engerer.

Cast: Orson Welles, Oja Kodar, Elmyr de Hory, Clifford Irving, Edith Irving, Francois Reichenbach, Joseph Cotten, Laurence Harvey, Richard Wilson, Paul Steward, Sasa Devcic, Gary Graver, Andres Vincent Gomez, Julio Palinkas, Christian Odasso, Francoise Widoff, Peter Bogdanovich, William Alland.

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