My favorite film/segment last night was THE SPIRIT OF CHARLES LINDBERGH, which I suppose we should count as Welles' final completed film (the footage from THE MAGIC SHOW and DON QUIXOTE, and others, qualify as "constructions," which Droessler emphasized). It could not be simpler in form: an unadorned CU of Welles sending a message of love to his friend, in the form of an entry in Lindbergh's diary, written before he landed in Paris. Before and after the reading, he says, "This is for you, Bill." Droessler said who he was referring to, prior to the screening, but I've forgotten. (Easy enough to find out. Anyone know?)
As the slate appears, Welles is telling someone to his left, off-screen, "Don't cry, baby." I'm assuming that's Oja.
Three minutes in length. It's a beatiful film, Welles' least elaborate, and very touching. Graver photographed.