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‘He Dreams of Giants’ Review: Terry Gilliam’s Don Quixote Saga Finally Gets a Happy Ending

Terry Gilliam spent 30 years chasing his passion project and finally completed “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” last year. The seriocomic saga folded in on itself, as Gilliam seemed to be trapped in his own Quixotic delusion that his ambitious Spanish production would ever be completed. The first chapter of that struggle was documented […]

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‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Trailer: Terry Gilliam’s Passion Project is Finally Coming to Theaters (For One Night Only)

For years, cinephiles were convinced they’d never have the opportunity to see director Terry Gilliam‘s long-awaited film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, which had earned a reputation for being cursed after an aborted production effort in the early 2000s that was chronicled in the documentary Lost in La Mancha. Against all odds, Gilliam managed […]

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‘Memory: The Origins of Alien’ Documentary Explains How Ridley Scott’s Sci-Fi Classic Came Together

There have been plenty of great feature-length documentaries about filmmaking: American Movie, Lost in La Mancha, Hearts of Darkness, Best Worst Movie, Jodorowsky’s Dune, and Burden of Dreams immediately spring to mind. Now a new documentary aims to join those hallowed ranks. It’s called Memory: The Origins of Alien, and it’s an exploration of Ridley […]

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Terry Gilliam’s Quixotic Journey Chronicled in New Film From ‘Lost in La Mancha’ Team (Exclusive)

The story behind “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” and its impact on director Terry Gilliam will be revealed in the new documentary “He Dreams of Giants,” a film-behind-the-film from the same team that made 2002’s “Lost in La Mancha,” an earlier look at Gilliam’s disaster-plagued movie.Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe direct “He Dreams of […]

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Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Loses U.S. Distribution

Amazon is poised to pull out of distributing Terry Gilliam’s “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” in the United States, Variety has confirmed.The film has been embroiled in an ongoing legal dispute over its ownership. A court decision on whether it can be screened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival is expected Wednesday.“The Man Who […]

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