Michael Moore doesn’t want to be called a documentarian but a filmmaker, as he made clear at a keynote at the Toronto International Film Festival where he also gave his 13-point manifesto for fellow filmmakers.
“The art is more important than the politics,” was his first point. “Because if I make a [crappy] movie, my politics won’t get through to anybody. The art has to come first.”
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