The global financial crisis will be the subject of celebrated filmmaker Michael Moore's next controversial documentary.
Having previously tackled America's gun laws in 'Bowling for Columbine', the Bush administration's response to September 11 in 'Fahrenheit 9/11', and the US public health service in "Sicko" Moore has now focused his investigative attentions on the GFC.
'Capitalism: A Love Story' will be released in the US on 2 October, a year and a day after the US Senate voted to approve a US$700bn bailout of Wall Street.
In a statement, Moore said: "It's a forbidden love, one that dare not speak its name. Heck, let's just say it: It's capitalism,"
Moore has made three of the top six highest-earning documentaries. He won an Academy Award in 2002 for best documentary for 'Bowling for Columbine' and also received an Oscar nomination for 'Sicko'.
Fahrenheit 9/11 was the first documentary to make US$100m at the North American box office.
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US brokers in breach of trust - A study that found mortgage brokers in the US fed loans of deteriorating quality to the very banks they did most business with in the period immediately prior to the GFC, has turned on its head the long held belief that doing business with well-established partners carries the least amount risk, reported The Financial Times.