October 24, 2005

The Two Wal-Mart Movies

Anita French outlines both Wal-Mart movies:

Greenwald is the New York filmmaker who has made his own Wal-Mart documentary critical of the Bentonville-based retailer. Titled "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Prices," the film presents a negative view of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.'s impact on communities and has been endorsed by several of the company's critics.

Brothers Ron and Rob Galloway are behind the "Why Wal-Mart Works And Why That Makes Some People Crazy" documentary that takes a more favorable look at the company...

Where can you get these films?
The Galloways' documentary is set to be released for sale Nov. 12 at amazon.com.

Greenwald's film is set for a limited run in New York and Los Angeles theaters Nov. 4, and then will be shown at more than 3,000 churches, colleges and community centers nationwide on Nov. 14, according to his press office.

Each has a blog:

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Prices

Why Wal-Mart Works And Why That Makes Some People Crazy

Posted by Kevin on October, 24 2005 at 10:25 AM