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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

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Outfoxed Director Robert Greenwald - ‘Premiere Week’; Over 3,000 Screenings Set In All 50 States in Largest Grassroots Viral Marketing Campaign Ever

The film will open in theatres in New York and Los Angeles November 4. Brave New Films is a new production company making films about the most relevant subjects of our time will release its first film, Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price.

Dyring Premiere Week beginning November 13 the movie will be seen in well over 3,000 screenings and house parties across the United States – by churches, small business owners, teachers, and others. (The Film will also be seen in many Canadian venues. )

“Releasing the film in theaters will only build upon the largest grassroots mobilization in the history of film distribution,” said filmmaker Robert Greenwald. “Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price is the story of one company using its power to destroy the fabric of American life, and it is important to us that as many people as possible see it. The theatrical release will only serve to increase the profile of Wal-Mart.”

The action schedule for Premier week which will be the largest ever grassroots film screening effort ever are below...

Canadian screening list here!

SUNDAY, November 13th – “A Moral Approach” – Hosted by churches, faith based groups, and anyone concerned with moral corporate behavior.

MONDAY, November 14th – “Shareholders Day” – Hosted by shareholders, stock brokers, and corporate responsibility groups.

TUESDAY, November 15th – “Legislative Action Day” – Wal-Mart is as much a product of legislation as it is of consumer choice.

WEDNESDAY, November 16th – “Learn About Wal-Mart” – Women and children first? Not at Wal-Mart.

THURSDAY, November 17th – “Sick Day” – Wal-Mart offers insurance, but aggressively shifts the cost onto its employees and communities.

FRIDAY, November 18th – “A Working Wal-Mart” – As America’s largest employer, Wal-Mart leads a race to the bottom.

SATURDAY, November 19th – “Family Business Day” – There is a distinct inability of local businesses to survive when Wal-Mart comes to town.

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