Michael Moore began his filmmaking career when General Motors laid off 30,000 workers in his hometown of Flint, Michigan. "Roger & Me" (1989) chronicled his attempt to find the chairman of GM, Roger Smith. Subsequent films include "Canadian Bacon" (1995) and "The Big One" (1997). Moore was elected at age eighteen to the Davison, Michigan board of education, and has served as the editor of the Flint Voice/Michigan Voice.
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Official site of the gadfly of corporations, creator of the film Roger and Me and the television show The Awful Truth. Includes mailing list, message board, and news.
Guardian - 'Put His Chubby Face on a Banknote'
Writer John Patterson salutes Michael Moore for doing the job he says the US media were too scared to tackle.
Guardian - Is it just me or...
Explores how for some people, saying "he's fat" is an adequate rebuttal of the works of Michael Moore.
IMDb: Michael Moore
Filmography as actor, director, producer, and writer.
The Observer: Michael and Me
Portrait of and interview with the film-maker reveals him to be a difficult person.
USA Today - Moore on the Republican National Convention
Articles by Moore on attending the Republican National Convention in 2004, and his impressions of George W. Bush's policies. (September 01, 2004)
Banned by Borders
Account by Moore on how he was banned from speaking or signing books at any Borders store in the US. (December 02, 1996)
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