Questions in an interview with United Kingdom filmmaker Mark Cousins concern the formal properties and development of nonfiction films taking the shape of essays, rather than documentaries. The relationship between Orson Welles’s films and his lifelong habit of drawing is the subject of Cousin’s latest essay film, The Eyes of Orson Welles. As the interview progresses, the subject shifts to relationships among the arts and the creative process.

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