It’s taken an exceptionally long time to put the pieces together, but the last film made by director Orson Welles is finally complete. Edited (by Bob Murawski, ACE) from more than a thousand reels of film negatives that were shot between 1970 and 1976, The Other Side of the Wind stars John Huston, one of the only filmmakers whose legendary status rivaled that of Welles’ himself. A sort of Holy Grail for Welles buffs, the film was never finished in part because the production simply ran out of money. It incorporates faux documentary passages as well as a film-within-a-film that’s thought to satirize then-chic arthouse director Michelangelo Antonioni, whose work Welles famously found boring. It premieres this week at the Venice International Film Festival and is scheduled to be released November 2 by Netflix.