The newest effort by documentary filmmaker Ross McElwee is not as intimate and surprising as his earlier films, but still delights in its reflections on age, memory, and fatherhood.
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‘Roger & Me’ is a persuasive argument, not objective journalism, and Moore succeeds in making his case.
Test your knowledge and see if you can guess the filmmaker based on their documentary subjects.
Our next Movie Marathon into the largely underexplored – and underappreciated – realm of nonfiction film.
Movies occupy Wall Street, first screeners sent to Academy, trailer for behind the scenes ‘Harry Potter’ documentary…
Three new members were elected to the Board of Governors and nine members were re-elected.
Grade: B+ Nobody listens to Michael Moore. Sure his films may be well-reviewed, successful at the box office, and receive a lot of awards attention from the film community, but nobody really listens to him. In 2003 he released Farenheit 9/11, a film highly critical of the Bush administration at a time when Bush had […]
Add Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story to the list of trailers on this crazy day. And this might be the best of them all: Embedded video from CNN Video
Variety reports that Michael Moore has announced the title for his latest documentary. His skewering of the U.S. financial system will be called Capitalism: A Love Story. Is it just me or is Moore becoming increasingly sarcastic? He always has used a lot of over-the-top sarcasm to make his point, which has been used for […]
Here is a brief teaser trailer for the latest Michael Moore film about the bailout, currently known as “Untitled Michael Moore Project”: I am a pretty big fan of Moore’s work, but I absolutely hate when he is on camera. Moore is a brilliant filmmaker, but a sub-par screen persona. In this short trailer, his […]