Michael Moore
Filmmaker Michael Moore arrives for the premiere of "Where To Invade Next" at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in Toronto, September 10, 2015. Reuters/Fred Thornhill

Controversial director Michael Moore is undoubtedly one of the loudest and harshest critics of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. On Tuesday night at 9:30 p.m. at the IFC Center in New York (Wednesday afternoon at 12:30 p.m. in Australia), Moore will release an anti-Trump film titled “Michael Moore in Trumpland.”

The film is his one-man show called “October Surprise,” which Moore has been performing in Ohio. Officially, the description of the movie is "Moore [diving] right into hostile territory with his daring and hilarious one-man show, deep in the heart of TrumpLand in the weeks before the 2016 election." Right-wing Ohio natives have reportedly tried to shut the film down.

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“Michael Moore in Trumpland” was filmed at the historic Murphy Theater in Wilmington, Ohio. The documentarian described the area as a “small Republican town” in a Facebook post. To prove this, Moore pointed out that out of its 25,000 registered voters, only 500 are registered as Democrats.

Moore also explained why he chose to perform his piece in a town that would have undoubtedly tried to shut him down. “[Trump supporters] used to be part of something that was called ‘the middle class,’” he wrote. “Now they have a chance to hit back… I want to see if I can meet them halfway.”

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Moore, who supported Bernie Sanders but refuses to specifically endorse Hillary Clinton, is not the only member of Hollywood who has been rallying against Trump. On Monday night at the St. James Theatre in New York, stars like Barbra Streisand, Julia Roberts, Helen Mirren, Billy Crystal and Lena Dunham were part of a Broadway-themed fundraising event. Chelsea Clinton and Bill Clinton were present as well.

Performances included Lin-Manuel Miranda and Renee Elise Goldsberry (“Hamilton”), Sarah Jessica Parker and Andrea McArdle (“Annie”), Emily Blunt and Bernadette Peters (“Into The Woods), Neil Patrick Harris, Anne Hathaway and Kelli O’Hara. Some tickets to the fundraiser were sold for as much as US$10,000 (AU$13,000).