In a year when studios are spending millions to trumpet their summer slates here, the pic with arguably the most publicity is a documentary with no distributor and no budget for prints and…
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" may have the highest profile, but it's only one of several incendiary documentaries that are helping to give this 12-day cinematic bacchanal a sharply political…
At Miramax's annual luncheon for international distributors Friday, co-chairman Harvey Weinstein joked about his woes with Disney over Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11":
It's official: Disney has given Miramax Films co-chairmen Bob and Harvey Weinstein a greenlight to buy back Michael Moore's political hot potato "Fahrenheit 9/11."
The Disney-Miramax spat over Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 911" was dismissed with a Gallic shrug by international sales outfit Wild Bunch on Wednesday.
With or without Disney's help, Michael Moore's new docu will likely be in theaters July 2. But that won't be the end of the controversy.
The Mouse House has moved to prevent subsid Miramax from distributing Michael Moore's controversial documentary "Fahrenheit 911." The Disney dictate could herald the bloodiest political battle yet…
Moviegoers looking to escape politics at the multiplex might be in for a rude awakening: Theaters will be inundated with an unprecedented number of volatile features as the presidential race heats up.
The docu is called "Fahrenheit 911" and the title tells all: You can expect a lot of heat.
Michael Moore briefed 25 distributors about his upcoming "Fahrenheit 911" by videoconference Friday in a long distance face-to-face organized by Wild Bunch, which is handling international sales.
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