By P.H.I.Berroll ORSON WELLES WAS A GREAT STORYTELLER – not only on film, but in life. One of his greatest creations was his public persona: a visionary artist martyred by philistines too crass and ignorant to appreciate his genius. This image took hold in the imagination of critics and the public, and was for the most part unchallenged until his death. In the three decades since, a more nuanced portrait of Welles has emerged, as a man who for all his incomparable talents could often be his Read more [...]