“Lost in La Mancha,” more than a documentary on the making of a film, it’s the making of a complete train wreck and that train wreck was Terry Gilliam’s valiant effort at creating his version of “Don Quixote.” Filmmakers Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe were there all the way, through all the bullshit that the Gilliam and his production team had to go through only to ultimately have their film dissipate, and they documented the entire debacle. We talked with Keith and Louis about their film and what it was like to be on the set with the great Terry Gilliam.

Get the interview in part two of KEITH FULTON AND LOUIS PEPE: LOST WITH GILLIAM>>>

Posted on October 30, 2002 in Interviews by

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