Description taken from EMU's Lecture Series page:
"Michael Moore has been challenging economic and political giants for more than two decades and has emerged as one of America?s freshest and funniest political voices. His hilarious 1989 film debut, Roger and Me, introduced America to real life in the post-industrial society. Now with his most recent film, Bowling for Columbine, Moore provides a powerful and thought provoking commentary on America's culture of guns. Winner of an Academy Award for best documentary feature, the film has already won 22 awards and been called the "best documentary of all time" by the international Documentary Association. For more on Moore, click here."
The lecture is followed by a booksigning. Free and open to the public.
Added by jenny122 on September 22, 2003