Currently working on his eagerly anticipated health care film SICKO, Michael Moore also finds time to help organize the Traverse City Film Festival, now approaching its third year July 31-Aug 5. For this STF co-presentation, Moore will show a doc from last summer’s Traverse City festival, CZECH DREAM. Directors Filip Remunda and Vit Klusak stage the fake opening of a big-box megamall, promising shoppers $19 televisions and 10-cent mineral water. Word of this “Hypermarket for a Better Life” saturates radio and TV, as Prague is deluged with 200,000 flyers and 400 billboards. When more than 1,000 shoppers arrive for opening day, they rush toward the hypermarket’s 320-foot fa~~ade – only to learn it’s a stage set. “It may well be the funniest European film of the year.” – The Economist. Read Indiewire’s coverage of Traverse City here and visit the festival’s web site.