Michael Moore is at once the most famous, controversial, and commercially successful documentary filmmaker working today. He has fearlessly tackled the most pressing issues of our time, including war, health care, gun control, and economic injustice. The notoriety surrounding his politically audacious films, which include Roger and Me, Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, Sicko, and Capitalism: A Love Story  has obscured the fact that he is a gifted director who uses a wide range of cinematic techniques to engage, entertain, and provoke his audience. In this wide-ranging conversation, Moore will talk about his quarter century in the spotlight as a social critic, documentarian, author, and cultural figure.