‘The Eyes Of Orson Welles’ Director Mark Cousins On Movie Legend’s Legacy: ’The Other Side Of The Wind’ Really “Should Have Been In Cannes” — Cannes Studio

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Mark Cousins, director of Cannes Classics hit The Eyes Of Orson Welles, would be a distinctive character even if he wasn't a respected filmmaker, writer and historian—his body is emblazoned with tattooed tributes to the artists and thinkers who have shaped his outlook on life: Paul Cézanne, Marie Curie, Albrecht Dürer, Le Corbusier and Virginia Woolf, to name but a few. Two years ago, he had another added—an homage to Citizen Kane director Orson Welles, on his arm—and…