Michael Moore Hates America, by Michael Wilson and Michael & Me, by Larry Elder both document the difficulty in getting Moore to sit down for an interview. Elder's film deals specifically with many of the issues brought up in Moore's film Bowling for Columbine. I hope that if they come to your area, you'll check them out and make up your own mind.
This should be interesting. The organizers seem to have the right spirit about the thing.
[Jim] Hubbard and wife, Ellen, both attorneys, co-founded the festival in the spirit of competition. Boycott efforts, like the one from the group MoveAmericaForward.org that is asking exhibitors not to show Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11," "are for the weak," Hubbard said.
"We want everyone to see Michael Moore's film," he said. "We also want everyone to see 'Michael Moore Hates America.' Conservatives complain about institutional bias in Hollywood. They need to stop whining and get out there and produce."
Better watch your ass, Redford.