It sounds like the typical Welles Gremlins were at work for the IT'S ALL TRUE screening. But as Welles noted, the film had a Voodoo curse placed on it!
What I really find interesting is how certain American cities are so receptive of Welles genius. It's no surprise that some of the biggest Welles cities are these: New York, Cambridge, San Francisco and New Haven.
Los Angeles, which certainly has many fanatical Welles devotee's living there, is left off the list for obvious reasons.
In any case, the recent Harvard show, reminded me that the Orson Welles Cinema, was based in Cambridge. And it was the first cinema named after Welles, and while he was still alive!
Too bad Welles doesn't have any daughters to carry on his legacy. Apparently, neither Beatrice or Christopher are interested in playing Cordelia in saving Grace Hall, or worse, willing to give any time or effort towards getting Orson Welles featured on a the "Legends of Hollywood" U.S. postal stamp series.
I guess the Welles daughters are truly made in the image of Shakespeare's Lear.