Jean Rochefort in Terry Gilliam's ill-fated As a movie lover, I love movies about making films, like Robert Altman's The Player and Tom DiCillo's Living in Oblivion, but it only can get better when it's a documentary of the making of a film, like Hearts of Darkness: The Filming of Apocalypse Now, which uses Eleanor Coppola's footage of the making of her husband's film, and American Movie, a somewhat exploitative but hilarious look that tells of the passion with which a Midwesterner tries to get his film made. So tops on my list for this weekend is seeing the documentary of Terry Gilliam's attempts to make Don Quixote. The funding ran out, the film died, but this documentary, Lost in LaMancha was born. Read Stephanie Zacharek's review in Salon and Elvis Mitchell's review in the Times. Check out this digital exhibit of Don Quixote text and illustrations. See The Man of the La Mancha on Broadway, with Brian Stokes Mitchell as Don Quixote.