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"Time's Up!": Academy Award Winning Director Michael Moore Tells the White House Comment Line with Thousands of Cheering Supporters

StoryMarch 28, 2003
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Michael Moore, documentary filmmaker, television producer and author, produced his first feature-length documentary Roger and Me, in 1989. The film is a study of the devastating effect that the loss of the General Motors factory had on the citizens of Flint, Michigan. According to the LA Times, it remains the highest-grossing narrative documentary in the history of American film.

His best-selling book "Stupid White Men: And Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation", which was almost pulped by the publisher after September 11th, is in its 12th month on the New York Times, best-seller list and is once again the best selling book in the country.

"Bowling for Columbine" is his latest film and it won him an Academy Award on Sunday for best documentary. Let’s take a listen to the awards ceremony?

  • Michael Moore at the 75th Academy Awards ceremony on March 23, 2003.

Well last night at Riverside Church, Michael got a chance to finish his speech. Let’s take a listen.

  • Michael Moore at Riverside Chuch, March 27, 2003.

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