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Michael Moore (II) More at IMDbPro »

Biography (print)

David T. Hardy and Jason Clarke. Michael Moore Is A Big Fat Stupid White Man. New York: Regan Books, 2004. ISBN 0060763957

Emily Schultz. Michael Moore: A Biography. Toronto, Canada: ECW Press, 2005. ISBN 1550226991

Jesse Larner. Forgive Us Our Spins: Michael Moore and the Future of the Left. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2006. ISBN 047179306X

Roger Rapoport. Citizen Moore: The Life and Times of an American Iconoclast. Muskegon, MI: RDR Books, 2006. ISBN 1571431632

Michael Moore. Here Comes Trouble - Stories From My Life. London: Allen Lane (Penguin), 2011. ISBN 071399701X

Portrayed in
Team America: World Police (2004)

"Arrested Development" (2003)

"Family Guy: The Perfect Castaway (#4.12)" (2005)

"American Dad!: Stan of Arabia: Part 1 (#1.12)" (2005)

El Pais Semanal (Spain)25 July 2004, Iss. 1452, pg. 44-51, by: Javier del Pino, "Explosivo Michael Moore"
Entertainment Weekly (USA)9 July 2004, Iss. 773, pg. 30 - 36, 38, by: Daniel Fierman, "The Passion of Michael Moore"
Film Comment (USA)July 2004, Vol. 40, Iss. 4, pg. 21-22+24-26, by: Gavin Smith, "The Ending Is Up to You: Michael Moore Interviewed"
Playboy (USA)July 2004, Vol. 51, Iss. 7, pg. 59-62+65-66+162+164, by: David Sheff, "Playboy Interview: Michael Moore"
The Philadelphia Inquirer (USA)21 June 2004, by: Carrie Rickey, "Fire Starter"
The Times Screen (UK)20 May 2004, pg. 1-3, by: Stephen Dalton, "Two Faces of Trouble"
Headpress (UK)2003, Vol. 25, Iss. Flicker Machine Edition, pg. 52-55, by: Mikita Brottman, "Guns & Moses" (USA)November 2002, by: Cynthia Fuchs, "'I Want to See Change in My Lifetime': Interview with Michael Moore, Bowling For Columbine"
Le Monde (France)9 October 2002, Aden Iss. 221, pg. 16, by: Philippe Piazzo, "Michael Moore recharge sa caméra"
Reperages (France)January 2000, Vol. III, Iss. 9, pg. 49, by: Nachiketas Wignesan & Nicolas Schmerkin, "Michael Moore: un anti-Américain à Paris"
Playboy (USA)July 1999, Vol. 46, Iss. 7, pg. 124-125+152-156, by: Warren Kalbacker, "20Q"
Cineaste (USA)1998, Vol. XXIII, Iss. 3, pg. 4-7, by: Dan Georgakas and Barbara Saltz, "Michael and Us: An Interview with Michael Moore"

The Washington Times (USA)11 February 2011, Vol. 29, Iss. 30, pg. B1, by: Jeffrey T. Kuhner, "The hypocrisy of Michael Moore"
The New York Times (USA)26 October 2009, Vol. 159, Iss. 54,840, pg. A10, by: Simon Romero, "Filmmaker From U.S. Finds Foes in Venezuela"
The New York Times (USA)23 September 2009, Vol. 159, Iss. 54,807, pg. C1 & C6, by: Manohla Dargis, "Greed Is Good? He Begs to Differ"
The New York Times (USA)14 September 2009, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,798, pg. B5, by: Michael Cieply, "At Festival, a Splash From Michael Moore but Cautions on Documentaries"
The Independent on Sunday (UK)6 September 2009, Iss. 1019, pg. 3, by: Arifa Akbar, "Moore on greed"
Moving Pictures (USA)September 2009, Vol. XX, pg. 96, by: Howard Burns, "On Capitalism: Moore Is Less"
Asbury Park Press (USA)14 June 2009, Vol. 131, Iss. 4, pg. E1, by: Anthony Breznican, "Moore Goes After Wall Street"
The New York Times (USA)14 May 2008, Vol. 157, Iss. 54,310, pg. E2, by: Lawrence Van Gelder, "Michael Moore Versus Bush Again?"
Newark(NJ) Star-Ledger (USA)22 July 2007, pg. 10-3, by: Paul Mulshine, "Moore's the real sicko"
The Independent (UK)6 July 2007, by: Roger Rapoport, "Moore Means Less: How Radical Documentary Maker Michael Moore Lost the Plot"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)3 July 2007, by: Patrick Goldstein, "Michael Moore:Showman, Satirist, Journalist, Provacateur"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)3 July 2007, by: Patrick Goldstein, "Michael Moore: Showman, Satirist, Journalist, Provocateur"
The Washington Post (USA)1 July 2007, pg. B2, by: Thomas L. Fisher, "I Treat the Patients Michael Moore Forgot"
Chicago Tribune (USA)1 July 2007, by: Mark Jacob, "10 Things You Might Not Know About Michael Moore"
Chicago Tribune (USA)24 June 2007, by: Julie Deardorff, "Moore's Movie Potent But Didn't Need Side Effects"
The New York Times (USA)24 June 2007, by: Kevin Sack, "For Filmmaker, 'Sicko' Is a Jumping-Off Point for Heath Care Change"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)24 June 2007, by: Gina Piccalo, "Documentarians Pull a Michael Moore on the Master"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)22 June 2007, by: Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, "'Sicko' Leaves Top Democrats Ill at Ease"
The Washington Post (USA)22 June 2007, pg. A5, by: Politics, "Moore Says Weinstein Wanted Clinton Scene Cut"
New York Post (USA)19 June 2007, Vol. 206, Iss. 216, pg. 39 - 40, by: Kyle Smith, "Botched Operation : Crazy Moore offers wrong perscription"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)13 June 2007, by: Jordan Rau, "Moore Hype of Healthcare Film Hits Fever Pitch"
Het Nieuwsblad (Belgium)6 June 2007, Vol. 74, Iss. 150, pg. 27, "Michael Moore overtuigt zichzelf"
Vanity Fair (USA)February 2006, Iss. 546, pg. 88+90+93-94, by: James Wolcott, "Through A Lens, Darkly: By taking the gloves off the documentary, Michael Moore opened the door for such gut-punching movies as 'Why We Fight'- which exposes the military industrial complex's reign of fear and post-9/ 11 coup d'etat"
Black Book (USA)February 2005, Iss. 37, pg. 116, by: Michael Moore, "A Week In The Lives Of Celebrity Bloggers: November 4-11, 2004 - Starring: Michael Moore"
The New York Times (USA)16 January 2005, by: Melena Z. Ryzik, "Moore's Makeover"
NY Daily News (USA)11 January 2005, Vol. 86, Iss. 203, pg. 36, by: Jack Mathews, "Moore's ego is just too Choice"
Newsweek (USA)10 January 2005, Vol. 165, Iss. 2, pg. 62, by: David Gates, "And Now, Michael Moore on Drugs"
New York Post (USA)10 January 2005, Vol. 204, Iss. 56, pg. 5, by: Gersh Kuntzman, "Moore Fuel To The Fire: '9/11' is People's Choice amid 'ballot- stuffing'"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)22 December 2004, by: Elaine Dutka, "Giving Them a Sick Feeling"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)24 November 2004, by: Elaine Dutka, "Moore Doesn't Look Back"
The Washington Post (USA)1 October 2004, Vol. 127, Iss. 301, pg. A1+A11, by: Amy Argetsinger and Lisa Rein, "GMU [George Mason University] Disinvites Moore: Speech, $35,000 Fee Drew Criticism"
Paper (Greece)25 September 2004, Iss. 11, pg. 50,51, by: Yannis Keris, "Stous posous vathmous kaigete i alithia?"
Rolling Stone (USA)16 September 2004, Vol. 1, Iss. 957, pg. 66-69, by: Mark Binelli, ""Michael Moore's Patriot Act""
Eikones (Greece)12 September 2004, Vol. 2, Iss. 133, by: Marina Tsiklitira, "O talantouhos kirios Moore"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)8 September 2004, by: Robert W. Welkos, "Moore Wants '9/11' Up for Best Picture"
The Independent (UK)1 September 2004, Iss. 5577, pg. 4-5, by: David Usborne, "Michael Moore takes star role in the show he came to review"
The Washington Post (USA)31 August 2004, pg. C01, by: Mark Leibovich and Paul Farhi, "Michael Moore Joins the Press--And Gets Some"
Boston Herald (USA)22 July 2004, by: Dave Wedge, "Fahrenheit 7/26: Michael Moore: I Will Crash Kerry's Party"
The Independent (UK)14 July 2004, Iss. 5535, pg. 17, by: Louise Jury, "Who guitarist brands Michael Moore a bully over song"
The Guardian (UK)13 July 2004, Iss. 49093, pg. 5, by: Charlotte Higgins, "Fahrenheit 9/11 breaks UK record"
Entertainment Weekly (USA)9 July 2004, Iss. 773, pg. 30-38, by: Daniel Fierman, "The Passion of Michael Moore"
The Times (UK)8 July 2004, Iss. 68122, pg. 32, by: Nicholas Wapshott, "Moore turns up the heat on Bush's allies"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)4 July 2004, by: Michael Moore, "The Patriot's Act: What's More American Than Asking Questions?"
The Daily Telegraph (UK)4 July 2004, by: Matthew d'Ancona, "The hawks have only themselves to blame for Michael Moore's success"
The New York Times (USA)2 July 2004, by: Paul Krugman, "Moore's Public Service"
The Daily Telegraph (UK)29 June 2004, Iss. 46359, pg. 22, by: Mark Steyn, "The importance of being Michael Moore"
The Daily Telegraph (UK)29 June 2004, by: Mark Steyn, "The importance of being Michael Moore"
The Independent (UK)29 June 2004, Iss. 5523, pg. 25, by: Andrew Gumbel, "'Fahrenheit 9/11' tops box office and puts heat on the President"
Newsweek (USA)28 June 2004, Vol. 143, Iss. 26, pg. 28, 29, by: David Gates, "Agent Prococateur"
The New York Times (USA)26 June 2004, by: David Brooks, "All Hail Moore"
The Daily Telegraph (UK)25 June 2004, Iss. 46356, pg. 14, by: Marcus Warren, "Moore's hatchet job on Bush will break records"
The Philadelphia Inquirer (USA)23 June 2004, by: Gene Rodriguez, "Movie Seeks a Role in Shaping Politics"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)22 June 2004, by: Patrick Goldstein, "Truth Teller or Story Stretcher?"
The New York Times (USA)20 June 2004, by: Philip Shenon, "Michael Moore Is Ready for His Close-Up"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)19 June 2004, by: Elizabeth Jensen and Robert W. Welkos, "'9/11' Takes on Media as Well as Bush"
Entertainment Weekly (USA)18 June 2004, Iss. 770, pg. 16, by: Daniel Fierman, "The 411 on '9/11'"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)10 June 2004, by: Robin Abearian and Elaine Dutka, "Starry Night for Michael Moore"
USA Today (USA)9 June 2004, by: William Keck, "Michael Moore's '9/11' Ignites Hollywood Night"
Reuters (UK)9 June 2004, by: Arthur Spiegelman, "Film Industry Gives Controversial Iraq Film Ovation"
K (Greece)6 June 2004, Iss. 54, pg. 8-10, by: Maria Katsounaki, "Epanastatis i kairoskopos ?"
The Guardian (UK)3 June 2004, Iss. 49059, pg. 16, by: Dan Glaister, "Moore wins US distribution deal"
The New York Times (USA)2 June 2004, by: Sharon Waxman, "Canadian Studio Plans to Distribute Moore's 9/11 Film"
The Washington Times (USA)31 May 2004, by: Suzanne Fields, "When Moore Is a Lot Less"
The Guardian (UK)24 May 2004, pg. 9, by: Patrick Barkham, "Bush whacked: Moore scoops Palme d'Or with attack on US president"
The New York Times (USA)23 May 2004, by: Frank Rich, "Michael Moore's Candid Camera"
The Washington Post (USA)23 May 2004, pg. D01, by: Desson Thomson, "Michael Moore, Red-Hot and Golden"
The Guardian (UK)20 May 2004, pg. 25, by: Jackie Ashley, "The power of laughter"
The Independent (UK)18 May 2004, Iss. 5486, pg. 5, by: Louise Jury, "'Brits, are you embarrassed?': Moore unveils his new film with Blair jibe"
The Miami Herald (USA)17 May 2004, by: Marc Burleigh, Agence France- Presse, "Michael Moore: Man On a Mission"
The Washington Post (USA)17 May 2004, pg. C01, by: Desson Thomson, "In Cannes, Michael Moore Says '9/11' Faces Exile"
The Independent (UK)7 May 2004, Iss. 5477, pg. 28, by: Andrew Gumbel, "Moore admits Disney 'ban' was a stunt"
The Independent (UK)7 May 2004, Iss. 5477, pg. 31, by: Philip Hensher, "A monstrous attempt to silence a troublemaker"
The Daily Telegraph (UK)6 May 2004, Iss. 46313, pg. 13, by: Marcus Warren, "'Offensive' film on Bush and Saudis is blocked by Disney"
The Independent (UK)6 April 2004, Iss. 5476, by: Andrew Gumbel, "An angry man, again: Moore says Disney tried to kill his film"
arte TV Magazin (Germany)September 2003, Iss. 9, pg. 12-13, by: Birgit Glombitza, "Gewichtiger Protest", german
Philippine Daily Inquirer (Philippines)25 March 2003, Vol. 18, Iss. 107, pg. A1+A17, by: Inquirer Wires, "Shame on you, Mr. Bush"
Entertainment Weekly (USA)20 December 2002, Vol. 1, Iss. 687, pg. 42-43, by: Bruce Fretts, "Entertainer of the Year #12"
Film Comment (USA)December 2002, Vol. 38, Iss. 6, pg. 32-35, by: Stuart Klawans, ""Moore's Dystopia""

Het Nieuwsblad (Belgium)11 May 2005, pg. 42, by: Jan Ruysbergh, "Terug naar de film"

Magazine cover photo
Odeon (Greece)November 2004
Rolling Stone (USA)16 August 2004, Vol. 1, Iss. 957
El Pais Semanal (Spain)25 July 2004, Iss. 1452
Newsweek (Japan)14 July 2004
Entertainment Weekly (USA)9 July 2004, Vol. 1, Iss. 773
Film Comment (USA)July 2004, Vol. 40, Iss. 4
Chicago Tribune TV Week (USA)25 December 1994
Film Comment (USA)November 1989, Vol. 25, Iss. 6

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