Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville tells the story of legendary director Orson Welles (pictured above) during the final 15 years of his life. No longer the “wonder boy” of Citizen Kane, in 1970 Welles was looking to make his Hollywood comeback with a film called The Other Side of the Wind. For years, Welles worked on the film in chaotic circumstances with a devoted crew, while struggling with financiers. In 1985, Welles died, leaving behind the most famous unfinished film in movie history. With revelatory new insights from Welles' collaborators including Peter Bogdanovich, Frank Marshall, Oja Kodar and daughter Beatrice Welles, They'll Love Me When I'm Dead is the untold final chapter of one of the greatest careers in film history.