Michael Moore to showcase new movie in Dublin

Michael Moore to showcase new movie in Dublin

US filmmaker Michael Moore is to showcase his new film in Dublin at a special IFTA Academy screening and discussion.

‘Where to Invade Next’ is written and directed by Moore, and is his first film in six years.

The piece is shot in the style of a travelogue.

It sees Moore spending time in countries such as Tunisia, Finland, Italy, France, and Portugal - where he experiences those countries' alternative methods of dealing with social and economic issues experienced in the United States.

IFTA has announced he will participate in a discussion after the screening in Dublin’s IFI on Monday June 13.

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