Sunday, March 18, 2007

Coverage of Michael Moore's credibility

Two self-described “left-wingers" from Canada, Debbie Melnyk and Rick Caine, did a documentary of Michael Moore entitled “Manufacturing Dissent.” Although still fans of Moore to some extent, the two are disillusioned with Michael Moore's methods and the film is apparently not very complimentary of the Fahrenheit 9/11 director and attacks his credibility. In doing a search on CNN's web site I found one AP article on March 13th. Fox gave it more notice with the same AP story on March 11th, a London Times article on March 5th, and mention in three other articles, plus a video clip. Here are the articles:


1. Filmmakers question Michael Moore's tactics (03.13.2007)
As documentary filmmakers, Debbie Melnyk and Rick Caine looked up to Michael Moore.


Film Questions Michael Moore's Tactics - Celebrity ... Film Questions Michael Moore's Tactics, Documentary 'Manufacturing Dissent' turns cameras on Michael Moore and questions his tactics. ...,4... - 8k - 2007-03-11

Festival Features Doc on Michael Moore - Celebrity ...

... The cameras get turned on Michael Moore for a change at the South by Southwest film festival, where the documentary "Manufacturing Dissent" will have its world ...,4... - 10k - 2007-03-08

Documentary Film Takes on Michael Moore's ...

... In "Manufacturing Dissent," a documentary to be shown for the first time at a Texas film festival on Saturday, a pair of left-wing Canadian film-makers take ...,2933,256679... - 8k - 2007-03-05

An 'Inconvenient' Rebuttal to Al Gore's Global ...

... them. Their film is called "Manufacturing Dissent" — and it is set to premiere at the Texas Film Festival Saturday. Felony Threat. ...,2933,256798... - 9k - 2007-03-05

Look for `The Lookout' to Open SXSW

... Among the other films scheduled to play at South by Southwest, which runs through March 17, are the documentaries "Manufacturing Dissent," which follows ...,4... - 6k - 2007-01-08


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