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Michael Moore may be leaving doc genre

After years as a successful documentary filmmaker who has courted controversy for his methods and his work, Michael Moore is reportedly thinking about moving away from the doc genre. Moore says he has been working on screenplays and, after his upcoming doc Capitalism: A Love Story debuts in the fall, will move into fictional projects.
August 5, 2009

After years as a successful documentary filmmaker who has courted controversy for his methods and his work, Michael Moore is reportedly thinking about moving away from the doc genre. Moore says he has been working on screenplays and, after his upcoming doc Capitalism: A Love Story debuts in the fall, will move into fictional projects.

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