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Throw a “Capitalism: A Love Story” house party! This weekend 1,000 to be held across the nation!

Friends,

This weekend over a thousand homes across America will be hosting viewing parties of my latest film, “Capitalism: A Love Story.” I’d like to invite you to be part of this great shared event. And I will be there live, over the phone, at many of them to talk to you and take your questions.

MoveOn.org is launching a huge new campaign to take back democracy from the corporations and lobbyists. And I’m thrilled that they’ve decided to kick it off by bringing people together to watch my film.

Here’s all you have to do to become an official host of a “Capitalism” House Party or attend an existing one:

Go to MoveOn.org and they will explain it all. It’s quite simple. Invite a bunch of friends, family or neighbors over to your home to watch “Capitalism: A Love Story” (or RSVP for an existing party). Continue reading Throw a “Capitalism: A Love Story” house party! This weekend 1,000 to be held across the nation!

“Capitalism: A Love Story” opens today in Worcester!

An invitation from director Michael Moore

Friday, October 2, 2009

Friends,

For two months, we’ve sat and watched the rabid right achieve the unimaginable: Derail universal health care and send the Democrats in Congress running for cover. Many have asked, “How did this happen? How could a small minority of angry people control the public agenda? Where is the majority’s response? Why the silence?”

I don’t have the answers to all these questions. But I do know this: I’ve had enough. As far as I’m concerned, Tea Bag Nation ends today — at noon to be precise. For that’s when I set loose, on a thousand screens across this great land, a movie I’ve made that’s so relentless, so dangerous, so damning in its humor, that it will — I can only hope — do what no movie has done before: Take them down, take them all down, once and for all. Continue reading “Capitalism: A Love Story” opens today in Worcester!