He continued to poke his camera in places he wasn't wanted with the newsmagazine "TV Nation" (1994), co-starring comedians Janeane Garofalo and Steven Wright, before venturing back to guerilla filmmaking with The Big One (1998), about the impact of the 1990s economic boom.
But it was with Bowling for Columbine (2002) that he commanded the attention of critics and won a controversial Academy Award. He subsequently ruffled feathers once again with Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004), a follow-up expose of the Iraq War.
With an eye toward finding solutions to the social problems plaguing America, provocative documentarian Michael Moore embarks on a European expedition to interview ordinary citizens about their nations' effective policies and practices.
- Fahrenheit 9/11
- Bowling for Columbine
- Capitalism: A Love Story
- Roger & Me
- The Corporation
- The Mad About You Collection
- The Awful Truth with Michael Moore
- The Yes Men
- Celsius 41.11
- Democracy University: DVD Series: Vol. 1
- Michael & Me
- This Divided State
- Nardwuar: The Human Serviette
- Madonna: I'm Going to Tell You a Secret
- Slacker Uprising