From the Mobius Home Video Forum
Posting by one Henrik Hemlin of Stockholm:
A new documentary road-movie about Orson Welles's relationship to Spain (where he lived for ten years) opens in Sweden today. It's called BRUNNEN ("the well"), referring to Welles's place of burial in the backyard of legendary matador Antonio Ordonez. For this movie, director Kristian Petri had access to 60 hours of unedited footage by Welles himself, including the unfinished DON QUIXOTE.
Petri met up with Franco in Torremolinos, and apparently the cult director had a lot of interesting stories to tell. I'm just reading about this in a newspaper article that includes a couple of quotes by Franco: "I was one of the people who knew him (Welles) best. I understood him." Franco described Welles as both Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.
For Stockholm residents, this film plays at Bio Sture on Birger Jarlsgatan. I understand it's also being sold to several international film festivals.