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  • America, Imagine the World Without Her. moving up the records

    07/06/2014 11:55:58 AM PDT · by FreeAtlanta · 22 replies ^ | 7/6/2014 | freeAtlanta- vanity
    Dinesh D'Souza's wonderful movie is moving up the Documentary ranks. As of posting this, it is #11 on the Political Documentary list. Political DocumentariesAll of us should have the goal to get this movie to #1 to pass the liar Michael Moore and his anti-American hit piece. I hope we can help this movie get there. Currently, it has grossed 4 million in 1,105 theaters. The liar's movie had 119 million and was in 2,011 theaters.
  • A Terrorist Appeal to the Left

    04/08/2005 2:56:37 PM PDT · by swilhelm73 · 9 replies · 754+ views
    FPM ^ | April 8, 2005 | Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Erick Stakelbeck
    A recently released propaganda video by the Islamic extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir is quite revealing. Not only does the video demonstrate the group’s growing effort to package arguments in a manner designed to appeal to Westerners on the political left, but it also serves as a barometer of radical Muslim groups’ broader shift in rhetorical strategy. The video, “Iraq: Past and Present Colonialism,” appears for the first twenty-seven minutes to be a standard leftist critique of the Iraq war, indistinguishable from Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11. The slickly-produced video begins with the history of past colonialism in Iraq—including the Mongol conquest...
  • Does Ari's (Emanuel) Mom Have A Secret Recipe? (Rahm Emanuel and Moore's F 9/11)

    03/25/2007 11:40:10 AM PDT · by Chgogal · 27 replies · 3,151+ views
    Nikki Finke's Deadline Hollywood Daily ^ | Sunday, October 22nd, 2006 | Nikke Finke
    Endeavor Agency's Ari Emanuel talks several times a day to his brother, U.S. Rep. Rahm Emanuel, who is masterminding the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's midterm elections. There's a well-reported piece on Rahm in today's Washington Post (Fighting For The Spoils) that mentions Ari. "They all play to win, those Emanuel boys. Rahm (left) is the middle son of three. His big brother, Ezekiel, is a Harvard oncologist and bioethicist. Younger brother Ari (below) is a high-flying agent in Los Angeles. He made news recently as the only major agent to publicly call for an industrywide shunning of Mel Gibson following...
  • Who was blocking 'The Path to 9/11'?

    08/21/2008 7:59:29 AM PDT · by rightwingintelligentsia · 7 replies · 230+ views
    The Politico ^ | August 21, 2008 | JEFFREY RESSNER
    Over the past few years, perhaps no film controversy has inspired more outrage from conservatives than the Walt Disney Company’s handling of the ambitious 2006 miniseries “The Path to 9/11.” In the wake of Michael Moore’s 2004 anti-Bush documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11” and the 2003 CBS biopic “The Reagans,” the Disney censorship fiasco has been a frequent bone of contention on right-wing blogs, AM talk radio and other media outlets. In addition to making cuts in its ABC-TV telefilm after complaints from political forces, the company also shelved plans for a subsequent DVD release. --snip-- Now the imbroglio has been revived...
  • Michael Moore willing to attend Iran Documentary Film Festival

    05/25/2008 6:58:38 PM PDT · by SilvieWaldorfMD · 13 replies · 172+ views
    Tehran, May 25, IRNA American filmmaker and author, Michael Moore held talks with the representative of Iran's Documentary and Experimental Cinema Development Center at the 61st Cannes International Film Festival in southern France on Sunday. In the meeting, Moore voiced his willingness to take part in the Second Iran International Documentary Film Festival slated for October 14-19. Moore, a vocal critic who denounced Bush and the war in Iraq, further expressed regret for not participating in Iran's first documentary film festival.
  • Moore Aims for Followup on `Fahrenheit 9/11'

    05/14/2008 5:46:17 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 19 replies · 187+ views ^ | May 14, 2008
    Michael Moore is taking America's temperature again. Moore, who won the top honor at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival with "Fahrenheit 9/11," plans a followup to resume his examination of the nation's status in the world in the years since the Sept. 11 attacks. "Fahrenheit 9/11," the only documentary to top $100 million domestically at the box office, was a harsh, hilarious critique of George W. Bush and his administration in the wake of the attacks. The as-yet-untitled followup will have a longer-term approach, film executives overseeing the project said Wednesday. "That movie was about a moment in time, a...
  • RNC blasts Howard Dean for using ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’ footage in TV ad

    04/29/2008 4:57:27 PM PDT · by mdittmar · 11 replies · 133+ views
    The Hill ^ | 4/29/08 | Sam Youngman
    Robert “Mike” Duncan, chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), continued to slam his Democratic counterparts for an ad they are running against presumptive Republican nominee Sen. John McCain (Ariz.). Duncan on Tuesday accused Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairman Howard Dean of running an ad that features footage from director Michael Moore’s controversial movie “Fahrenheit 9/11.” The ad, which slams McCain for his now-famous New Hampshire town hall line that U.S. troops could be in Iraq for 100 years, features footage of an improvised explosive device (IED) going off near U.S. soldiers. ABCNews confirmed it was the same footage that...
  • Letter From Chairman Duncan to Governor Dean: DNC's Use of 'Fahrenheit 9/11' Footage in '100' Ad

    04/29/2008 1:38:43 PM PDT · by mdittmar · 21 replies · 547+ views
    Sun Herald ^ | April 29, 2008 | Republican National Committee
    The following is being issued by the Republican National Committee:April 29, 2008 Chairman Howard DeanDemocratic National Committee430 S. Capitol St., S.E.Washington, D.C. 20003 Re: DNC's Use of "Fahrenheit 9/11" Footage in "100" Ad Dear Chairman Dean: I write regarding the Democratic National Committee's (DNC) advertisement attacking Senator John McCain titled "100," which was released on Sunday, April 27, 2008. As you are already aware, and as has been widely reported, the DNC's ad is troubling for at least two reasons. First, its message is factually false; the DNC is deliberately misleading American voters. Second, it constitutes an illegal excessive in-kind...
  • Daddy Issues, War Lust in Oliver Stone's 'W'

    04/01/2008 3:30:52 PM PDT · by Arec Barrwin · 48 replies · 171+ views
    ABC News ^ | April 1, 2008 | Marcus Baram
    Daddy Issues, War Lust in Oliver Stone's 'W' Controversial Filmmaker's Early Script Depicts President Bush's Hard-Partying Youth and Feuds With His Father By MARCUS BARAM April 1, 2008 — It's a classic American story: In the prime of his life, a man who parties too much and lives in the shadow of his esteemed father turns his life around. He gives up alcohol, embraces religion and finds a new purpose. But will his desire to impress his dad and purge his personal demons put the world in danger? Coming soon to a movie theater near you: controversial director Oliver Stone's...
  • Isn't this a disgrace? (vanity)

    09/06/2007 2:34:58 PM PDT · by UKrepublican · 14 replies · 443+ views
    So as you all know, it's the 9/11 anniversary next Tuesday. On Monday night (10th september) Channel 4 in the UK (one of the 5 main terrestrial tv networks) has decided to show fahrenheit 9/11. Isn't that a complete disgrace? Am I making something out of nothing or is this just a complete insult and exploitation as I believe it is. Look for monday the 10th 9pm. I only know this in advance because they've been advertising it for ages including in the middle of a 9/11 documentary they just showed. I'd imagine if ANY of the major US...
  • Media Matters: Michael Moore unmasked by left-wing filmmakers

    03/04/2007 9:16:07 AM PST · by John Jorsett · 20 replies · 1,352+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | Mar 4, 2007
    Filmmaker Michael Moore, director and star of successful films such as "Roger & Me," "Bowling for Columbine" and "Fahrenheit 9/11," has become the unwilling subject of a new documentary that raises questions about the credibility of his work and describes a "disturbing pattern of fact-fudging and misrepresentation," reports the London Sunday Times. While Moore has long been a favorite target of those on the political right, this new documentary – "Manufacturing Dissent" – comes from two left-leaning Canadian filmmakers who were once fans and who began their project expecting to tell a positive story. "When we started this project we...
  • Tables turned on Fahrenheit 9/11’s maker

    03/04/2007 4:44:31 AM PST · by MadIvan · 97 replies · 3,982+ views
    The Sunday Times ^ | March 4, 2007 | Tony Allen-Mills
    THE hunter has become the hunted. Michael Moore, the celebrated left-wing film-maker, has become the unwilling subject of a new documentary that raises damaging questions about the credibility of his work.The director and star of successful documentaries such as Roger & Me, Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11, Moore has repeatedly been accused by his right-wing enemies of distorting or manipulating the material in his films. On his website he dismisses his critics as “wacko attackos”. Yet the latest assault on Moore’s film-making techniques has come from an unexpected quarter. In Manufacturing Dissent, a documentary to be shown for the...
  • Insurgent TV channel turns into Iraq's newest cult hit

    01/15/2007 8:11:09 AM PST · by DogByte6RER · 36 replies · 1,352+ views ^ | Monday January 15, 2007 | Michael Howard
    Insurgent TV channel turns into Iraq's newest cult hit Michael Howard in Baghdad Monday January 15, 2007 The Guardian An American soldier slumps in the turret of his tank, felled by the infamous Baghdad sniper. A Humvee is vapourised by a roadside bomb. Rockets launch from a pick-up truck to shouts of "Allah u Akhbar [God is great]". Back in the studio a TV anchorman, dressed in fatigues, urges viewers to rise up and fight the invaders. "We will not surrender. Either death or victory," he vows, while warning US forces and their "Iranian" friends in Iraq's government that they...
  • US judge rejects Iraq war veteran's lawsuit over 'Fahrenheit 9/11'

    12/20/2006 2:56:20 PM PST · by Hadean · 15 replies · 968+ views
    Heald Tribune ^ | December 20, 2006
    BOSTON: A U.S. judge on Wednesday threw out a lawsuit filed by an Iraq war veteran who claimed filmmaker Michael Moore used a clip from a television interview without his permission to falsely portray him as anti-war in the documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11." Sgt. Peter Damon, a National Guardsman from Middleborough, had filed a $85 million (€64 million) lawsuit claiming "loss of reputation, emotional distress, embarrassment, and personal humiliation" due to his appearance in Moore's scathing 2004 documentary criticizing the Bush administration and the war in Iraq. Damon, 34, who lost his arms when a tire on a Black Hawk helicopter...

    10/31/2006 8:16:08 AM PST · by presidio9 · 148 replies · 3,394+ views
    PETE TOWNSHEND refused to let documentary maker MICHAEL MOORE use THE WHO's WON'T GET FOOLED AGAIN in his FAHRENHEIT 9/11 film because he didn't want the anthem to become an anti-PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH song. The rocker claims the tune has been misinterpreted many times and he didn't want to add to the confusion by letting Moore use the song against Bush. He tells Rolling Stone magazine, "When ROGER (DALTREY) sang it, suddenly it became almost an anthem of the counterculturalists. "You say to somebody, 'I'm not doing it,' and they hear you say, 'I'm doing it.' Like, 'I'm not...
  • ABC's Untrue Path -- "Docudramas" are the worst draft of history.

    09/11/2006 12:44:19 PM PDT · by PDR · 100 replies · 2,826+ views
    Opinion Journal ^ | Sept. 11, 2006 | John Fund
    Five years after 9/11, it's easy to find partisan divisions. But here's an issue we should be able to agree on: Docudramas--the portrayal of real events and people by actors--are a poor way to teach children and adults history. It's especially iffy to take dramatic license in telling the story of events in which many of the principal players are still living, such as 9/11 or President Reagan's administration. Just ask ABC. Last night, it aired the first part of a six-hour miniseries, "The Path to 9/11." Sandy Berger, who served as President Clinton's national security adviser, bitterly complained about...
  • Michael Moore Film Being Used By Terrorists For Anti-U.S. Propaganda

    08/19/2006 5:43:24 PM PDT · by AmericanMade1776 · 44 replies · 964+ views ^ | August 19,2005
    Behold how the American left lends moral support to the enemy. BAGHDAD (Reuters) - An Iraqi militant group has produced an elaborate video of what it said were attacks on U.S. troops, in the latest example of the increasingly sophisticated propaganda war being waged by Iraqi insurgents. ?The Code of Silence? was posted on the Internet by the Rashedeen Army, thought to be a relatively small Sunni group which has produced videos in the past of attacks it claims to have carried out. At almost an hour in length, it is the longest and most professionally made of recent postings...
  • Fahrenheit 9/11 gets help offer from Hezbollah (Relates to Dems boycotting Maliki sppech)

    07/26/2006 9:38:07 AM PDT · by PghBaldy · 10 replies · 826+ views
    The Guardian ^ | June 17, 2004 | Samantha Ellis
    The controversy over Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 just won't go away. The film, which is being advertised with the strapline "Controversy? What controversy?", has been rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America, meaning no one under 17 can see it unless accompanied by an adult. Distributors Lions Gate Films and IFC Films, opening the film next week, are appealing against the decision. The rating came partly because the film shows images of US soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners, images Moore says he had long before the scandal erupted. He told Associated Press he kept quiet because he thought he'd...

    07/12/2006 11:34:23 PM PDT · by Musket · 21 replies · 637+ views
    JOHN LENNON DOCUMENTARY ABOUT TO SHAKE UP THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE"Pffft. In their dreams."From the studio that brought you Fahrenheit 9-11".Here we go again. When are these people gonna get their heads out of the @ss of the '60s? Nothing is working for them, so they commence to dig up the bones of their number one anti-war hero John Lennon. Problem is, none of that is relevent today. But they just can't let it go. How sad.I wonder if Drudge can sue them for ripping off his site?
  • Marine recruiter in 'Fahrenheit' mourned

    07/08/2006 5:24:25 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 36 replies · 1,778+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 7/8/06 | Sharion Cohen - ap
    LAKE ORION, Mich. - He was a stern-faced sniper — and a soft-hearted Marine who handed out candy to kids in Iraq. He was a warrior who wrote poetry about life and death. He was featured in Michael Moore's antiwar documentary, "Fahrenheit 9/11," portrayed as an overzealous Marine recruiter who targeted poor kids. But Staff Sgt. Raymond Plouhar was far more complicated than that. And it was that complicated man who died in Iraq in late June, as he served with some of the same men he had recruited years ago. It was that complex man who was buried Friday,...
  • Injured Vet Sues Michael Moore For $85 Million

    05/31/2006 8:20:48 AM PDT · by raccoonradio · 84 replies · 4,109+ views
    WBZ TV Boston ^ | 05/31/06 | CBS4Boston
    (CBS4) MIDDLEBORO A local veteran who lost parts of both of his arms in Iraq, is suing filmmaker Michael Moore. Sgt. Peter Damon says Moore recycled old news footage of Damon, and used it in a way that made him seem anti-war. The snip-it appears in Moore’s film "Fahrenheit 9/11." Sgt. Peter Damon, a father of two from Middleboro, strongly supports the war effort in Iraq and never agreed to appear in Moore’s movie. According to the New York Post, he is now suing for $85 million. Damon was interviewed by NBC in 2003 while being treated at Walter Reed...
  • Old slurs die hard [United 93 dispels 'outrageous' Bush myth of 9/11]

    04/28/2006 6:09:06 AM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 96 replies · 3,473+ views
    Toronto Star ^ | April 28, 2006 | PETER HOWELL
    If there is any justice, and there rarely is, United 93 should explode one of the more outrageous myths of 9/11. It's the one perpetrated by guerrilla filmmaker Michael Moore that purports to show U.S. President George W. Bush asleep at the switch when the terror attacks were occurring in New York and Washington, D.C. You'll recall the famous scene from Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11, the most inflammatory piece of agit-prop since Reefer Madness. Bush continues reading a book titled The Pet Goat to a classroom of Florida kindergarten students, despite having been told by an aide that jets have slammed...
  • 'NYT' Sunday Preview: Former Taliban Spokesman Finds New Haven--at Yale

    02/26/2006 8:00:44 AM PST · by george76 · 94 replies · 2,610+ views
    Editor and Publisher ^ | February 24, 2006 | E&P Staff
    The Taliban’s former spokesman, Rahmatullah Hashemi, is now an undergraduate at Yale University, The New York Times reveals in a lengthy cover story by Chip Brown in its Sunday magazine this weekend. The cover line reads, “He was the Taliban’s spin doctor. So what’s he doing at Yale?" In fact, the story shows, Hashemi was at Yale once before—in 2001, appearing at a forum representing the Taliban, a few months before the 9/11 terrorist attacks. A small clip of Hashemi appears in Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 9/11” film. “In some ways,” Hashemi, 27, says today, “I’m the luckiest person in the...
  • Checking the pulse on Moore's 'Sicko'

    01/01/2006 4:59:34 PM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 22 replies · 1,403+ views
    Variety ^ | January 2, 2006 | IAN MOHR
    Where in the world is Michael Moore? This time last year, word was that the incendiary auteur behind "Fahrenheit 9/11" had the country's top pharmaceutical companies looking over their shoulders in anticipation of "Sicko," his look at the American healthcare industry. But since then, the usually outsized Moore has been mum on "Sicko's" health. Calls to Moore and his production company's PR rep went unreturned. His Website,, last mentioned "Sicko" on Dec. 23, 2004, linking to a L.A. Times report that the drug companies were up in arms over the pic. Moore's tactic of sauntering into major corporations and...
  • Michael Moore a victim of his own success(nice slam)

    11/16/2005 5:19:54 PM PST · by Pikamax · 28 replies · 1,322+ views
    SeattlePi ^ | 11/16/05 | JANET STREET-PORTER
    Michael Moore a victim of his own success By JANET STREET-PORTER THE INDEPENDENT Whatever happened to Michael Moore, the man who told us his mission in life was to stop President Bush from getting re-elected? The man who loathed Bush so much he spent millions of dollars making a film, "Fahrenheit 9/11," the main purpose of which was to discredit the president. The man who went on national television and relentlessly toured the United States begging people to vote the Republicans out of office. Moore never missed an opportunity to ram home the fact that he sought nothing less than...
  • Woman claims Moore manipulated '9/11' scene

    10/27/2005 4:19:37 PM PDT · by pissant · 48 replies · 1,761+ views
    WND ^ | 10/27/05 | staff
    A woman interviewed by controversial filmmaker Michael Moore for "Fahrenheit 9/11" claims he edited her segment to downplay her support for President Bush and for American troops fighting the war on terror. Joanne Duetsch, who appeared in a "9/11" scene filmed in Washington, D.C., said when Moore approached her in March 2004 – shortly after al-Qaida-orchestrated bombings in Madrid – he was accompanied by Lila Lipscomb, whom she initially believed was an actress but later learned was the mother of a fallen soldier in Iraq. Duetsch says she didn't know who Moore was at the time but instead assumed he...
  • NYP: DEMS' SHEEHAN PROBLEM - Trouble for Sen. Clinton's ambitions, by George Will

    08/25/2005 6:30:49 AM PDT · by OESY · 17 replies · 1,742+ views
    New York Post ^ | August 25, 2005 | George F. Will
    ...If liberals think that such flirtations with fanaticism had nothing to do with their 2004 defeat, they probably have nothing to learn from what conservatives did four decades earlier. But for the record: In the 1960s, just as conservatism was beginning to grow from a fringe tendency into what it has become — the nation's most potent persuasion — it was threatened by a boarding party of people not much, if any, loonier than Sheehan. The John Birch Society, whose catechism included the novel tenet that Dwight Eisenhower was an agent of the Kremlin, was not numerous — its membership...
  • The Left's Folly

    08/25/2005 4:45:02 AM PDT · by Molly Pitcher · 7 replies · 804+ views
    Townhall ^ | 8/25/05 | George Will
    WASHINGTON -- Sad yet riveting, like a wreck by the side of the road, Cindy Sheehan, a plaything of her own sincerities and other peoples' opportunisms, has already been largely erased from the national memory by new waves of media fickleness in the service of the public's summer ennui. But before she becomes fully relegated to the role of opening act for more durable luminaries at anti-war rallies, prudent Democrats -- those political snail darters, the emblematic endangered species of American politics -- should consider the possibility that, although she was a burr under the president's saddle for several weeks,...
  • Michigan Freedom Film Festival Counter's Michael Moore's Moviefest

    07/18/2005 9:59:33 PM PDT · by KevinNuPac · 4 replies · 398+ views
    GOPUSA ^ | July 19, 2005 | Kevin Fobbs
    Michigan Freedom Film Festival Counter's Michael Moore's Moviefest By Kevin Fobbs Just when we thought it was safe to come out from under the Michael Moore Muckumentary movie making, he decides that he want to not only pay his home state of Michigan a visit but he set up a film festival in Traverse City, Michigan whose county went 60 percent red for President Bush in the November 2004 Presidential election. So what is up with Michael Moore? Does he really believe he is doing Traverse City a favor by hosting his film festival in a city and county that...
  • Hollywood and the Iraq War - ("American corpses have to pile up!" Unbearably reprehensible!)

    07/04/2005 4:15:04 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 22 replies · 1,175+ views
    A.I.M.ORG ^ | JULY 4, 2005 | CLIFF KINCAID
    Through false stories such as Newsweek's account of U.S. personnel flushing a Koran down a toilet, our media have done a good job of recruiting more members for the hate-America terrorists. But they have done enormous damage to U.S. military recruiting in the global war on terror. Bill Maher of Time Warner's HBO epitomized this trend when he referred to our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan as low-hanging fruit. Popular radio host and author Michael Medved points to another ominous trend: the failure by Hollywood to celebrate the sacrifice and heroism of our troops fighting Islamic terrorism. He says it...
  • Michael Moore's Censorship Stunt-(so mad at loss of "working stiff" image, punched hole in wall!)

    05/17/2005 3:35:06 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 14 replies · 1,229+ views
    NEWSMAX.COM ^ | MAY 17, 2005 | JAMES HIRSEN, Left Coast Report
    Edward Jay Epstein, Hollywood industry guru and author of "The Big Picture: The New Logic of Money and Power in Hollywood," explains that despite news stories claiming that Michael Moore was a victim of Disney censorship with regard to his "Fahrenheit 9/11" flick, both Moore and Disney raked in a bundle of bucks. According to Epstein, Moore manipulated the press in Madonna-like manner, faking a censorship threat to get cheap P.R. In May 2003, Michael Eisner, then CEO of Disney, exercised his right under an agreement with Miramax to veto Disney distribution. But Miramax, a Disney subsidiary, still held the...
  • Conflict in the Council on Foreign Relations

    03/13/2005 5:21:27 PM PST · by w6ai5q37b · 23 replies · 1,015+ views
    The New American ^ | March 12, 2005 | William Norman Grigg
    "The Council on Foreign Relations is a formidable place filled with formidable people -- former Cabinet secretaries and ambassadors, current CEOs and pundits of the media elite -- who've fired their reputations over the years in the foreign policy kiln," noted the February 26 Washington Post. "Even its headquarters -- at Park Avenue and 68th Street in Manhattan, in a mansion once owned by a Standard Oil director -- speaks of status, of power." “High officials leaving government go to the council to roost,” continues the report. “Those seeking the reverse trek use the council to launch government careers. Heads...
  • Family Of Beheaded American Seeks Solace (Nicholas Berg)

    05/07/2005 3:52:32 PM PDT · by MisterRepublican · 49 replies · 1,566+ views
    New York Newsday/AP ^ | May 7, 2005 | Maryclaire Dale
    PHILADELPHIA -- Relatives of Nicholas Berg, the young American entrepreneur beheaded in Iraq, have taken different paths as they've searched for solace in the year since his death. His father, Michael Berg, has intensified his anti-war activities and traveled the globe to meet families of other civilians kidnapped or slain in Iraq. His weekly peace vigil at a suburban Philadelphia courthouse and frequent interviews contrast sharply with the response of his wife, Suzanne, who has grieved privately since her son's body was found on a Baghdad street on May 8, 2004. "We're through the worst of the friction that emerged...
  • Peter Paul Plans 'Fahrenheit'-style Documentary

    05/06/2005 6:24:16 AM PDT · by wagglebee · 98 replies · 2,280+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 5/6/05 | Carl Limbacher
    Former Hollywood mogul Peter Paul is planning to produce a "Fahrenheit 9/11"-style documentary detailing his election fraud allegations against New York Sen. Hillary Clinton. Asked about whether the rumored project was true, Paul told ABC Radio host Sean Hannity: "Absolutely. I've got four hours of home video and other video that will be very illuminating to the public." The leading Clinton accuser, whose testimony formed the basis for the indictment of Sen. Clinton's campaign finance chairman earlier this year, says his relationship with the first family was "intense" for about six months. But he told Hannity that he had "interacted...
  • School Indoctrination: A forum owner's son watches Fahrenheit 9/11 in a high School GEOGRAPHY class!

    04/13/2005 10:36:19 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 5 replies · 1,082+ views
    The Annoyed Army ^ | April 12, 2005 | The Annoyed Man
    Yesterday evening, my 15 year old son informed me that his geography class had been made to sit though a showing of Michael Moore's movie, "Fahrenheit 911." Now, wait a freakin' minute! a GEOGRAPHY class? ...not a POLITICAL SCIENCE class? ...with no opportunity for rebuttal?
  • Thomas the Tank Engine Under Attack from Producers of Fahrenheit 911, Saw

    04/03/2005 6:13:24 PM PDT · by Acton · 14 replies · 3,688+ views
    London Telegraph ^ | 04/04/2005 | Aaron Patrick
    More suitors line up for the rights to Thomas and Bob By Aaron Patrick (Filed: 04/04/2005) Thomas the Tank Engine and Bob the Builder yesterday found themselves at the centre of a three-way £500m takeover tussle. A Canadian film and television studio, Lions Gate Entertainment, and another unidentified bidding group told Hit Entertainment they were interested in buying the producer of children's television shows. Two weeks ago Hit's board accepted a £489m offer from the private equity group Apax Partners. The company plans to send details of the Apax offer to shareholders this week for their approval but will also...
  • Moore now getting less (Michael the beloved, NOT)

    03/04/2005 6:39:25 PM PST · by neverdem · 48 replies · 2,468+ views
    The San Francisco Examiner ^ | February 28, 2005 | Kathleen Antrim
    First, Michael Moore threw his creative weight and his celluloid into defeating President Bush's re-election. Then he made a big push for an Oscar nomination. He lost on both counts. Why didn't the former golden boy of Hollywood who championed the anti-war, anti-Bush, anti-America movement with his dishonest propaganda piece "Fahrenheit 9/11" garner an Oscar nod? Is the Hollywood crowd wising up to the limited appeal of extremism, or has Moore worn out his welcome? With characteristic zeal, Moore campaigned vigorously for a best picture nomination. "He was at every Oscar party and screening," said Moore's former manager Douglas Urbanski,...
  • Moore snub suspected reason for university's Phi Beta Kappa rejection

    03/02/2005 3:11:04 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 25 replies · 1,299+ views
    The Virginian-Pilot ^ | Mar 2 | ZINIE CHEN SAMPSON
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- George Mason University professors said they're disappointed that the Phi Beta Kappa Society rejected their application to start a chapter on campus after the school rescinded a speaking invitation to "Fahrenheit 9/11" filmmaker Michael Moore. After the 27,000-student school in Fairfax submitted its preliminary report in the application process to establish a chapter in the fall, the honor society's nominating committee learned that the state university canceled the liberal activist's appearance after conservative state legislators complained. University President Alan Merten had said that Moore's appearance was canceled because his $35,000 speaking fee was too high for...
  • Michael Moore Snubbed by Hollywood

    02/28/2005 3:35:20 AM PST · by knighthawk · 58 replies · 3,512+ views
    Newsmax ^ | February 26 2005 | Kathleen Antrim
    First, Michael Moore threw his creative weight and his celluloid into defeating President Bush's re-election. Then he made a big push for an Oscar nomination. He lost on both counts. So, why didn't the former golden boy of Hollywood who championed the anti-war, anti-Bush, anti-America movement with his dishonest propaganda piece "Fahrenheit 9/11" garner an Oscar nod? Is the Hollywood crowd wising up, or has Moore worn out his welcome? With characteristic zeal, Moore campaigned vigorously for a Best Picture nomination. "He was at every Oscar party and screening," said Moore's former manager Douglas Urbanski, a critically acclaimed 25-year veteran...
  • Bush Recognized As "Worst Actor"

    02/27/2005 1:35:09 PM PST · by srm913 · 18 replies · 927+ views
    Washington Times ^ | February 27, 2005
    Halle Berry won an Academy Award. Now she's won a Razzie. George W. Bush and Arnold Schwarzenegger won elections. Now they've won Razzies. Miss Berry was picked yesterday as worst actress for 2004's action bomb "Catwoman," which also took the prize for worst film at the 25th annual Razzies, an Oscar spoof that trashes Hollywood's low points. Mr. Bush won the worst-actor award for his appearance in news and archival footage of Michael Moore's satiric documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11." Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld was voted worst supporting actor for "Fahrenheit 9/11," while Britney Spears' fleeting cameo in the documentary brought...
  • Halle Berry Revels in Career Low Point at Razzie Awards

    02/27/2005 1:15:03 PM PST · by freepatriot32 · 20 replies · 1,720+ views ^ | Feb. 27, 2005 | MIKE CIDONI
    LOS ANGELES - Hoisting her Academy Award in one hand and newly won Razzie in the other, Halle Berry reveled in her career low point. "Omigosh, oh my God," Berry gasped Saturday night, feigning excitement as she held her hand to her mouth and forehead. "I never in my life thought that I would be here, winning a Razzie. It's not like I ever aspired to be here, but thank you." Berry was picked as worst actress for 2004's action bomb "Catwoman," which also took the prize for worst film at the 25th annual Razzies, an Oscar spoof that trashes...
  • Did Moore Fib About Movie Profits?(Once A Liar Always A Liar)

    02/19/2005 10:10:56 AM PST · by Kaslin · 24 replies · 1,387+ views
    NewsMax ^ | February 19, 2005 | Carl Limbacher
    Did Democratic propagandameister Michael Moore fib last month when said during an interview that he hadn't made any money from his Bush-bashing flick, "Fahrenheit 9/11." According to the March issue of Vanity Fair, Moore stands to pocket millions in profits from the movie. But in January, during an interview about his film on the UK's Channel 4 network, Moore was asked: "If you are so concerned about helping our troops in Iraq, why don't you donate 100 percent of the money from your movies to that cause?" Moore shot back: "I haven't seen a dime from this movie!" According to...
  • Michael Moore Raked in $50 Million on 'Fahrenheit 9/11'

    02/18/2005 11:45:36 AM PST · by metalmanx2j · 65 replies · 1,402+ views | Feb. 18, 2005
    Sept. 11th was a terrible disaster for America - and it hit America hard financially. But one person who has benefited financially is filmmaker Michael Moore, who parlayed the disaster into a whopping $50 million for himself. So reports Vanity Fair in its March profile of the liberal documentary maker and his odyssey with the film that trashed President Bush by placing him in a giant conspiracy involving the Saudis, the bin Laden family and Sept. 11th. Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" - which cost $6 million to produce - was a worldwide hit, generating box office sales of more than $200...
  • Michael Moore? Omitting the truth? Naw...

    02/17/2005 8:47:05 AM PST · by Just Kimberly · 5 replies · 505+ views
    WAVE 3 News/ Louisville, Kentucky ^ | 2-11-2005 | Erick Flack
    This article was brought to light by a local reporter, Erick Flack, who has discovered the TRUTH about Michael Moore. Apparently, according to high school friends, he has been classified as a 'powder keg'. Now, he is exploding. After going after the NRA, Automobile Manufacturers, and even the President himself, the TRUTH about this so called 'journalist' is coming to light. Finally.
  • Bin Laden’s film maker sues Michael Moore

    02/05/2005 9:06:46 PM PST · by Jim Robinson · 81 replies · 1,937+ views
    The Sunday Times (UK) ^ | February 6, 2005 | Nick Fielding
    A FORMER close associate of Osama Bin Laden is to sue the film-maker Michael Moore for using his footage of the Al-Qaeda chief in the documentary Fahrenheit 9/11. Essam Deraz, an Egyptian, spent almost four years in Afghanistan filming Bin Laden at training camps and fighting, gaining unprecedented access to the terrorist leader. He was the only person to film Bin Laden during the late 1980s and has the only footage of the Saudi exile in battle in Afghanistan. Deraz has started legal action in Egypt and America to seek compensation for use of his footage in Fahrenheit 9/11, the...
  • Student Makes Documentary on Moore

    01/31/2005 5:16:25 PM PST · by wagglebee · 5 replies · 867+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 1/31/05 | AP
    A former Brigham Young University film student has maxed out his credit cards to make a $10,000 documentary about "Fahrenheit 9/11" director Michael Moore's controversial visit to Utah Valley State College. "This Divided State" premieres Thursday at UVSC's Ragan Theater. Steven Greenstreet, who cut the 102-minute production from 66 hours of interview and event footage, said he's trying to find a distributor. He's entering the documentary in a dozen film festivals, and plans are in the works with the Center for American Progress to fund a national college tour, the 25-year-old filmmaker said. Greenstreet had been working on a documentary...

    01/29/2005 8:59:26 AM PST · by ZULU · 24 replies · 725+ views
    NRA-ILA Grassroots Alert Vol. 12, No. 4 | January 28, 2005 | NRA-ILA
    SNUBBING MICHAEL MOORE Congratulations to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for getting this one right! The Academy snubbed Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" in this year's Oscar nominations. Moore reportedly withdrew the politically hostile film from contention in the documentary category not only because he planned to air it before the November elections (a disqualification under Academy rules), but also in the high hopes that it would be nominated for best-picture. Moore's hopes were dashed when the gamble backfired and the film was shut out across the board. "Fahrenheit 9/11" is the latest revisionist "fantasy" film by Moore...
  • Michael Moore Fails to Make Cut with Writers Guild

    01/28/2005 11:10:22 AM PST · by BMC1 · 20 replies · 715+ views
    Netscape News ^ | 01/28/2005 05:22 | Reuters/Hollywood Reporter
    LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Two days after being snubbed when the Oscar nominations were announced, Michael Moore was left off the list Thursday when the Writers Guild of America unveiled nominees for its first documentary writing award for a feature film. The six nominated pictures are "The Hunting of the President," which alleges a campaign against Bill Clinton from his early days in Arkansas through his impeachment; "Control Room," an inside view of the Arab television network Al Jazeera during the war in Iraq; "Bright Leaves," a reflection on Big Tobacco by the great-grandson of a tobacco baron; "Home...
  • Michael Moore Fails to Make Cut with Writers Guild

    01/28/2005 11:55:25 AM PST · by snowrip · 16 replies · 769+ views
    Reuters | 1/28/05 | Jesse Hiestand
    Michael Moore Fails to Make Cut with Writers Guild Fri Jan 28, 2005 05:21 AM ET Printer Friendly | Email Article | Reprints | RSS Top News Iraq Says Winning War on Terror as Polls Near Iraqis Trickle to U.S. Voting Venues P&G Expands Its Power with $57 Bln Gillette Buy MORE By Jesse Hiestand LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Two days after being snubbed when the Oscar nominations were announced, Michael Moore was left off the list Thursday when the Writers Guild of America unveiled nominees for its first documentary writing award for a feature film. The six nominated...
  • Academy Awards: No Moore Oscar

    01/25/2005 1:52:17 PM PST · by abork · 13 replies · 907+ views ^ | 1/25/2005 | Jeff Crouere
    It was certainly a money-maker, grossing over $100 million last year, but Fahrenheit 911 will never be an Academy Award winner. Today, the Academy shut out the movie as it received zero nominations. Several months ago, there was heady talk about the movie scoring big at the Oscar’s; however, it will not even win one.