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Title Bowling for Columbine [videorecording] / United Artists and Alliance Atlantis present a Salter Street Films, VIF 2 production ; a Dog Eat Dog Films production ; written, produced and directed by Michael Moore ; produced by Kathleen Glynn, Jim Czarnecki ; producers, Charles Bishop, Michael Donovan.

Publication Info. [New York , New York] : The Criterion Collection, [2018]


Location Call No. Status
 PAS Central Library DVD, Non-Fiction    363.33 BOW    Available
 PAS Hastings Branch DVD    363.33 BOW    Available
1 copy being processed for PAS Central Library DVD, Non-Fiction.
1 copy being processed for PAS Hastings Branch DVD.
Edition Director-approved two-DVD special edition.
Description 2 videodiscs (120 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 fold-out leaflet (12 pages : color illustrations, 18 cm)
two-dimensional moving image tdi rdacontent
video v rdamedia
videodisc vd rdacarrier
Physical Medium 4 3/4 in.
stamping rdapm
Description digital rdatr
optical rdarm
stereo rdacpc
5.1 Dolby Digital
NTSC rdabs
video file rdaft
DVD video
region 1 rdare
Documentary films. lcgft
Series The Criterion collection ; 928
Criterion collection ; 928.
System Details DVD, NTSC, region 1; widescreen (1.85:1 aspect ratio); Dolby Digital 2.0 surround.
Language English dialogue with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hearing-impaired (SDH).
Performer Michael Moore, narrator.
Credits Camera, Brian Danitz, Michael McDonough ; co-director/editor, Kurt Engfehr ; original music, Jeff Gibbs.
Note Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002.
Accompanied by a fold-out leaflet featuring an essay, "By any means necessary", by critic Eric Hynes.
Contents disc one. [Feature film: Bowling for Columbine] -- disc two. [Special features].
Note Features: New, high-definition digital restoration; Michael Moore Makes a Movie, a new documentary featuring Moore, chief archivist Carl Deal, field producers Jeff Gibbs and Meghan O'Hara and supervising producer Tia Lessin; Programs covering Moore's return to Colorado in 2002, his 2003 Oscar win, and three film-festival interviews with Moore; Excerpt from a 2002 episode of The Charlie Rose Show featuring Moore; Corporate Cops, a segment from Moore's 2000 television series The Awful Truth; Trailer.
Summary "In the wake of the Columbine High School massacre in 1999, the intrepid filmmaker Michael Moore set out to investigate the long, often volatile love affair between Americans and their firearms, uncovering the pervasive culture of fear that keeps the nation locked and loaded. Equipped with a camera and a microphone, Moore follows the trail of bullets from Littleton, Colorado and Flint, Michigan, all the way to Kmart's midwestern headquarters and NRA president Charlton Heston's Beverly Hills mansion, meeting shooting survivors, militia members, mild-mannered Canadians, and rock provocateur Marilyn Manson along the way. An unprecedented popular success that helped usher in a new era in documentary filmmaking, the Oscar-winning Bowling for Columbine is a raucous, impassioned, and still tragically relevant journey through the American psyche"--Container.
Audience MPAA rating: R.
Subject Gun control -- United States.
Firearms ownership -- United States.
Columbine High School (Littleton, Colo.).
School shootings -- Colorado -- Littleton.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Feature films.
Nonfiction films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Moore, Michael, 1954 April 23- film producer, screenwriter, film director, narrator.
Glynn, Kathleen R, film producer.
Czarnecki, Jim, film producer.
Bishop, Charles (Film producer), film producer.
Donovan, Michael (Producer), film producer.
Engfehr, Kurt, editor of moving image work, film producer.
Gibbs, Jeff, composer (expression)
United Artists (Firm), presenter.
Alliance Atlantis (Firm), presenter.
Salter Street Films, production company.
VIF 2 (Firm), production company.
Dog Eat Dog Films, production company.
Criterion Collection (Firm), publisher.
ISBN 9781681434537
Standard No. 715515216319
Music No. CC2899D The Criterion Collection

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