I am a college student doing a project on Welles...I admit I didn't know a thing about him before being assigned to him. My presentation is due in three weeks and now that I have been researching Orson, I feel like that's hardly enough time to get a feel of who he is and his impact on things. We are allowed to be as creative as possible with our presentation, any suggestions? Can anyone tell me what they think was Welles' greatest accomplishments (seems like so many.) The proffessor suggest we try to get as close to the person as possible, for interviews or whatever.....Does he have any family that anyone knows of and if so, is it way too far fetched to believe I may get a phone interview? I would Greatly appreciate any suggestions!!!