It will then debut on network TV next month. Towards the end of
the year it could enter cinema halls. The documentary's producer
David W. Balsiger added, "George W. Bush: Faith in the White
House reveals a positive side of President Bush never reported
by the news media. We have interviewed people who have encountered
Bush in a faith-based way. Our documentary reveals that this is
the most faith-based presidency since Abraham Lincoln."
The documentary claims to balance credible research with candid
testimony from both critics and presidential contacts that document
Bush's faith and prayer life. Balsiger further added that the documentary
had been produced independently of any contact with the White House,
the Bush Administration or influence from the Bush-Cheney Election
Campaign. "It is based entirely on independent research and
in part on two best-selling books."
As far as Farenheit 9/11 is concerned there have been reports
suggesting that Moore might push Bush as a possible nominee for
best actor at next year's Oscar Awards.