Film Festival Co-Founded by Michael Moore Sued by Contractor for Nonpayment

Well, well, well. It looks like Michael Moore hasn’t been practicing what he preaches by sharing his wealth. The Traverse City Film Festival, of which Moore is founder, figurehead, and participant has found itself on the receiving end of a lawsuit for an unpaid bill of over $159,055.72.
Boston Light & Sound, Inc., which has been working with The Traverse City Film Festival (TCFF) for 13 years, alleging that the organization paid part of their $256,500 contract, but failed to pay the remaining balance. Boston Light & Sound Principal of Operations Chapin Cutler said that former Film Fest Director Deb Lake told him last summer that TCFF was unable to pay the balance.
It became apparent the festival had overextended. The festival’s eyes were a bit bigger than their finances could handle, and we were the people left standing, holding an invoice.
Coincidentally, last year was also the first time in TCFF’s history that the event

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