The Oscar winner's latest will screen as part of the Toronto International Film Festival

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Michael Moore's Donald Trump documentary "Fahrenheit 11/9" will make its world premiere as part of this year's Toronto International Film Festival, organizers announced Thursday. 

The film, which unveiled its first trailer on Thursday, will be screened at the fest, which runs Sept. 6-16. 

Moore has an extensive history with TIFF dating back to "Roger & Me," which premiered at the festival in 1989. 

The film is scheduled to open Sept. 21. 

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Other documentaries making their way up north for the festival are Errol Morris' doc about Steve Bannon, "American Dharma"; Netflix's Quincy Jones documentary, co-directed by his daughter, Rashida Jones; and "This Changes Everything," which takes on gender politics in Hollywood.

On the festival's midnight slate are world premeires for the new "Halloween" film and "The Predator," the latest entry in the series that dates back to 1987.  

Last month, it was announced the Detroit-set "White Boy Rick," starring Matthew McConaughey, will premiere as part of the festival.  

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