Traverse City Film Festival

The Traverse City Film Festival is an annual film festival held every late July through early August in Traverse City, Michigan. The festival was created as an annual event in 2005 to help “save one of America's few indigenous art forms—the cinema." The event was co-founded by Michael Moore, the Oscar-winning film director, well known for his anti-establishment films and documentaries such as Fahrenheit 9/11, Bowling for Columbine, and Roger & Me, along with author Doug Stanton and photographer John Robert Williams.
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  • What Can a Homeless Guy Learn From Sir Richard Branson?

    … Film at Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival in 2013. “What really matters is what you create.” But why does WHAT WOULD BRANSON DO? matter? Because this “rags to Richard” tale is about our extraordinary capacity for hope, and about trying to make the world a better place. Don’t we all want that? It’s about trying to live more selflessly…

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