Michael Moore apparently didn't make the cut.  Governor Snyder has replaced the controversial but successful filmmaker with a Detroit area businessman on the advisory council for the Michigan Film Office.

Moore No More on Film Council

MLive.com is reporting Moore was appointed to the board by former Governor Jennifer Granholm and his term was expiring.  While Governor Snyder passed on giving Moore another four years,  he did, renominate another member who's term was up as well.

Ted Serbinski of Birmingham, who works with Detroit Venture Partners and is an ex-director for A&E Television was selected to replace Moore.  Advertising executive Bill Ludwig was asked to stay on the 14-member board.

There's been no reaction from Moore, who won Academy Award's for his 2002 documentary "Bowling for Columbine."

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