Monday, October 17, 2005

CFP and Destinations Booksellers to screen "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price" documentary film on Nov. 16.

New Albany's Constituency for Progress (CFP) is pairing with the city's only full service bookstore to screen "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price," a documentary from director and producer Robert Greenwald, maker of Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism," and "Uncovered: The War on Iraq."

Details are at the Destinations web site: CFP and Destinations Present Documentary.

Here are excerpts:

The screenings – on Wednesday, November 16, 2005, at 6 and 8 p.m. – will take place at the Farmers Market Pavilion on the corner of E. Market and Bank streets in New Albany. Immediately following, there will be a group discussion about the effect Wal-Mart is having on New Albany, Southern Indiana, the Louisville Metro region, and the entire nation.

The event is open to the media. Please RSVP to attend. You can RSVP online by clicking this link.


New Alb Annie said...

How long is the film?

The New Albanian said...

The web site says 95 minutes, I think.

edward parish said...

I would have picked this film:
just because it effects everyone, trogs included. Kudos for someone stepping to the plate to start showing worthy films in our community that are educational for folks who do not take the time to read up on what is actually transpiring in this nation and beyond.

Brandon W. Smith said...

You've got to check out Jib Jab's latest: "Big Box Mart." Pretty much sums up everything you need to know in about 2mins...and is utterly hilarious.

Tim Deatrick said...

Wal mart is the epitome of the exploiter of the proletariat.

The New Albanian said...

Amen, brother Deatrick.