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Last Updated: Wednesday, November 17, 2004 05:19:12 AM 

Letters From, And Articles About Michael Moore


An Open Letter From Michael Moore to George "I'm A War President" Bush
- by Michael Moore, February 11, 2004 -
(Posted here: February 13, 2004)

Heads Up
- Letter from Michael Moore, April 14, 2004 -
(Posted here: April 15, 2004)

Disney Has Blocked the Distribution of My New Film
- Letter from Michael Moore, May 5, 2004 -
(Posted here: May 7, 2004)

UK Will Screen Blocked Moore Film
- BBC News, May 6, 2004 -
(Posted here: May 7, 2004)

Michael Moore Admits "Disney Ban" Was a Stunt
- New Zealand Herald, May 8, 2004 -
(Posted here: May 7, 2004)

Disney's Craven Behavior
- Letter from Michael Moore -
- Posting from Editorial, New York Time, May 6, 2004 -
(Posted here: May 7, 2004)

When You Wish Upon A Star
- The Story About Disney & Michael Moore From Moore's Perspective -
by Michael Moore -
(Posted here: May 10, 2004)

White House Tried To Block Michael Moore's Film
- BBC News, May 16, 2004 -
(Posted here: May 18, 2004)

The Bushes And the Bin Ladens: Passionate Anti-War Film Is a Tale of Two Families
- Guardian Unlimited, May 18, 2004 on Michael Moore's new film -

(Posted here: May 18, 2004)

Michael Moore's Candid Camera
- The New York Times, May 23, 2004 -
(Posted here: May 25, 2004)

Filmmaker Moore Says He Has Footage of Berg Interview
- The footage, of an interview with Berg, "is approximately 20 minutes long. We are not releasing it to the media," Moore said in a statement. "It is not in the film. We are dealing privately with the family." -
- Local6.com, May 27, 2004 -
(Posted here: May 28, 2004)

Ray Bradbury Rips Michael Moore
- 'Fahrenheit 451' author says filmmaker stole his title for Bush-bash -
- WorldNetDaily, June 3, 2004 -
(Posted here: June 4, 2004)

Who Pays the Bills For "Moveamericaforward.org"?
- A web site has launched a campaign to deter theater owners from showing Michael Moore's film, "Fahrenheit 9-11". A list of theaters currently committed to showing the film is provided along with exhortations to call and demand that the film be dropped. Some theater owners are reporting receiving death threats.
- Whatreallyhappened.com -
(Posted here: June 13, 2004)

Documentarian Kept Quiet After Filming U.S. Soldier Abusing Iraqis
- Filmmaker Michael Moore said Friday he wasn't sure he did the right thing by saving footage of U.S. American soldiers' cruelty toward Iraqis for his controversial documentary, "Fahrenheit 9/11,'' instead of releasing the evidence earlier when it might have helped halt such abuse. -
- SFGate.com, June 13, 2004)
(Posted here: June 15, 2004)

Some People Still Don't Want To See My Movie
- We're a week away from the nationwide opening of "Fahrenheit 9/11" and not a day goes by where we don't have some new battle to fight thanks to those who are still working overtime to keep people from seeing this film. What's their problem? Are they worried about something?

- by Michael Moore, June 17, 2004 -
(Posted here: June 20, 2004)

"Fahrenheit 9/11"  Becomes Political Lightning Rod
- A week before "Fahrenheit 9/11" opens nationally in theaters, Michael Moore's scathing documentary critique of the Bush administration has become a lightning rod for political debate over propaganda, patriotism and censorship. -
- Reuters, June 18, 2004 -
(Posted here: June 20, 2004)

Join the International Fahrenheit 9/11 Campaign!
Leaflet the openings of Michael Moore's historic new documentary! -
- 9-11.org -
(Posted here: June 26, 2004)

Storm Troopers At the Doors of  Fahrenheit 9/11
I started passing them out [fliers] before I went out the main doors. The flyers just about flew out of my hands and I was disappointed I didn't have more. People wanted them. They wanted to DO SOMETHING. -
- by Rob Call -
(Posted here: June 27, 2004)

Fahrenheit 9-11 Censored in PA. Republican Voter Stronghold?
The film is appearing on only 4 screens out of 197 ( 2 % ) in the heavily Republican voter strongholds of suburban Delaware ( 0 screens ), Bucks ( 3 ) and Chester ( 1 ) counties. -
- by Tom Flocco, June 26, 2004 -
(Posted here: June 27, 2004)

Fahrenhieght 9/11
- Farenhieght 9/11 is being called propaganda by the republicans, but what people don't understand is that this isn't about taking sides between one president or another it is about human rights and the reasons for going to war. It is about the families that have suffered because of one mans ego trip. -
- by Tanya Diaz -
(Posted here: June 28, 2004)

'Fahrenheit' Banned in Iowa Theaters for Inciting Terrorism
- R.L. Fridley, the president of the Des-Moines-based Fridley Theatres in Iowa and Nebraska, is refusing to show the incendiary documentary, claiming it incites terrorism, reports the AP.  -
Zap2It.com, July 4, 2004 -
(Posted here: July 6, 2004)

My Wild First Week With 'Fahrenheit 9/11'
One theatre manager after another phoned in to say that the movie was getting standing ovations as the credits rolled in places like Greensboro, NC and Oklahoma City -- and that they were having a hard time clearing the theater afterwards because people were either too stunned or they wanted to sit and talk to their neighbors about what they had just seen. -
- by Michael Moore, July 8, 2004 -
(Posted here: July 8, 2004)

Fahrenheit 9/11 is Having "Devastating" Impact on Military Morale, Says Soldier Deployed Overseas
- ... Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11 is "making the rounds" among soldiers at U.S. military bases overseas and is "shocking and crushing soldiers, making them feel ashamed" of their service in Iraq.
- Nationalcenter.org -
(Posted here: July 28, 2004)

Michigan Republican Party Has Called for Michael Moore's Arrest
- No, I'm not kidding. The Republican Party, yesterday, filed a criminal complaint with the prosecutors in each of the counties where I spoke last week in Michigan. My crime? Clean underwear for anyone who will vote in the upcoming election. -
- by Michael Moore -
(Posted here: October 7, 2004)

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Movie Reviews:

Fahren-hype 9-11
- Movie review by David Icke: "To Americans who know nothing about the political and media manipulation it will be a revelation, but for those who have done a modicum of research will find little here to increase their awareness." -
- by David Icke, June 27, 2004 -
(Posted here: June 28, 2004)

Michael Moore Shills for Illuminati Bankers
- "Fahrenheit 911" blames the Bushes and Saudis for 911 and Iraq to divert our attention from the real masterminds. -
By Henry Makow Ph.D., July 4, 2004 -
(Posted here: July 6. 2004)

Alex & Me: Michael Moore's Better Half
- Moore profits from 9/11 --with 20/10 hindsight-- after the event. Whereas, Jones predicted 9/11 --on air in July, 2001; made a better movie: '9/11: Road to Tyranny'; and virtually gives it away.  -
- by Fintan Dunne, Breakfornews.com, May 24, 2004 -
(Posted here: July 6, 2004)

Fahrenheit 911 - An Overall Excellent Film
- So overall, I think it was a pretty good movie. Moore succeeded brilliantly to show who profits from war and who has to pay (often with their lives) to keep the Elite rich and help them getting richer. He showed that for THEM we are all just worthless pawns in their game, and human lives mean nothing to them. -
- by Wes Penre, July 6, 2004 -
(Posted here: July 6, 2004)

Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 Doesn't Go Far Enough
- Many have offered either intensely negative criticisms of Fahrenheit 9/11, while those with an opposing agenda provide glowing, endearing reviews of Michael Moore's latest film. I will do neither, but rather, provide a respectfully critical view of the film: where it hits, and what it misses. -
- Counterbias.com -
(Posted here: July 6, 2004)


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