Tomorrow night, I’ll be interviewing Michael Moore at a premiere screening of his new film, “Capitalism: A Love Story.” It comes 20 years after his “Roger & Me” changed the rules for documentaries in every category. He did not pretend to be balanced; he did not hesitate to be irreverent, even laugh-out-loud funny, and — related to the first two points — he shattered box office records. “Roger & Me” focused on the devastation in Moore’s home town of Flint, Michigan, in an economic downturn that seems modest by today’s standards. And Flint shows up again, in a twist that will give the audience goosebumps. Here is Moore on CNN this week. I’ll report on our session on Wednesday.
Trailer: Eva -- Yet Another AI Robot Movie This is certainly turning out to be the year of the AI robot. This one stars Daniel Brühl and this time the robot is a child named EVA.
Illuminate Film Festival The Illuminate Film Festival opens today in Sedona, Arizona. Its mission is to be the premier film festival for "conscious cinema."
Dedicated to spreading enlightened ideas and pushing humanity forward, Illuminate is poised to become a ...
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