25 years ago, Steven Speilberg's masterpiece Holocaust tale Schindler's List was released in theaters. The film garnered universal acclaim for the story of industrialist Oscar Schindler and his efforts to spare Jews from Nazi concentration camps by having them work in his factory. An unflinching look at the horrors faced by Jews and other victims of Hitler's genocidal campaign during the Second World War, Schindler's List will return to theaters December 7, 2018.
Jake Hannaford is past his prime as a Hollywood director. Returning from years living abroad in Europe, Jake is back in LA to resurrect his dying career with a film that has all the sex and violence Hollywood's young customers want. But making a comeback isn't as easy as what the "Ernest Hemmingway" of the silver screen thinks. Directed by the legendary Orson Welles from 1970 to 1976, The Other Side of the Wind stars director John Huston in Welles' rumination of the passing of the Golden Age of Hollywood and the New Hollywood directors that were coming to the fore in the 70s.