Fahrenheit 11/9

OPENS SEPTEMBER 21 AT THE STATE!

Director: 
Michael Moore
Year: 
2018
Rating: 
R
Run Time: 
126 mins
Wednesday, September 19's screening is a special People's Premiere featuring an nationwide Q&A with Michael Moore.

Palme d’Or–winning filmmaker Michael Moore (Fahrenheit 9/11) and our very own founder and president, turns his attention to another significant date, examining the legacy of Trump’s ascension to the US presidency on November 9, 2016.

"'Fahrenheit 11/9" is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. It will explore the two most important questions of the Trump Era: How the f**k did we get here, and how the f**k do we get out? It's the film to see before it's too late.

"This film really is Moore’s tour de force — a forceful, moving, and compelling call to action. A number of Michael Moore’s films have made history. This time he’s asking his audience to be the ones to do it." - Salon

"'Fahrenheit 11/9' is a call to action and a powerful one at that. It really brings something to the table that we’ve been missing, and something that most of the mainstream media is not well equipped to deliver, but Michael Moore is — emotion about injustice." - Film Threat

"An angry, provocative conversation starter designed to shake viewers loose of their political indifference and inspire them to take up the charge, the rousing picture deserves to sit at the table recognized as one of Moore’s best work." - The Playlist

"This isn’t his smoothest film, but it’s his fullest and most original. It’s also his most urgent, which is really saying something. It’s one of the most urgent films ever made." - New York Magazine

"In a climate where far too much entertainment passes itself off as “resistance” for making empty gestures and landing easy punchlines, this is at least a step toward a more honest and open look at what America has always been, what it really is now, and what it’s going to take to make it live up to even a fraction of its dream." - Consequence of Sound

"'Fahrenheit 11/9' is ultimately Moore’s best film in years because its message is really simple and nonpartisan: get mad about something and do something about it." - RogerEbert.com