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Michael Moore's 'secret' new film accuses the Us of waging 'infinite war'

29 July 2015 1:18 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Michael Moore has revealed he's been secretly shooting a new film that accuses the the Us government of waging "infinite war".

The Oscar-winning filmmaker is well known for his inflammatory films, famously tackling gun culture in Bowling for Columbine and the Iraq War in Fahrenheit 9/11.

Here's the 6-min video from the Periscope I just did regarding my new film, Where To Invade Next. #W2IN #TIFF15

https://t.co/lKhLhTPUpn

Michael Moore (@MMFlint) July 28, 2015

His next movie is titled Where to Invade Next?, and will debut in September at the Toronto International Film Festival.

"We're not saying a lot about the film right now, for all the obvious reasons," he told fans on Periscope, joking: "Psyched to say hello to all my Nsa friends, hey guys!"

The central thread of Where to Invade Next? will be an accusation that the Us government is intent on "infinite war".

"[It's] this constant need »

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Controversial filmmaker Michael Moore is going to accuse the Us of "infinite war" in new documentary

29 July 2015 1:18 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Michael Moore is sure to cause lots of controversy by accusing the Us government of "infinite war" in his next documentary.

The Oscar-winning filmmaker is well known for his inflammatory films, famously tackling gun culture in Bowling for Columbine and the Iraq War in Fahrenheit 9/11.

Here's the 6-min video from the Periscope I just did regarding my new film, Where To Invade Next. #W2IN #TIFF15

https://t.co/lKhLhTPUpn

Michael Moore (@MMFlint) July 28, 2015

His next movie is titled Where to Invade Next?, and will debut in September at the Toronto International Film Festival.

"We're not saying a lot about the film right now, for all the obvious reasons," he told fans on Periscope, joking: "Psyched to say hello to all my Nsa friends, hey guys!"

The central thread of Where to Invade Next? will be an accusation that the Us government is intent on "infinite war".

"[It's] this constant need »

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Michael Moore Announces Next Movie ‘Where to Invade Next’, See the First Photo

28 July 2015 11:30 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Its been a while since Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has made a film. In fact, he hasn’t had a new film in almost 6 years, with the release of Capitalism: A Love Story in 2009. Over the years Moore has hinted about working on a new film, and has even teased that he […]

The post Michael Moore Announces Next Movie ‘Where to Invade Next’, See the First Photo appeared first on /Film. »

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