WAL-TOWN The Film
| 1 h 6 min

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In this feature documentary, 6 student activists visit 36 Canadian towns to take on one giant corporation. Filmed over 2 summers, these young crusaders (plus a gonzo journalist) try to raise public awareness about Wal-Mart's business practices and their effect on cities and towns across Canada. With youthful passion and often hilarious cultural jams, this film takes us to the frontlines of the ongoing debate over the company's increasing dominance in the Canadian retail market.

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WAL-TOWN The Film , Sergeo Kirby, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • réalisateur
    Sergeo Kirby
  • producteur
    Ian McLaren
    Germaine Ying Gee Wong
    Sergeo Kirby
  • producteur exécutif
    Sally Bochner
  • écriture
    Sergeo Kirby
  • directeur de la photographie
    Keith Pattington
  • son
    Keith Pattington
  • caméra
    Sergeo Kirby
    Sebastian Lange
    Craig Desson
    Mark Achbar
  • monteur
    Hannele Halm
    Alan Kohl
  • montage additionnel
    Gabriel Taraboulsy
  • titres de fin
    Gaspard Gaudreau
  • monteur en ligne
    Sylvain Desbiens
    David Oxilia
    Éric Ruel
  • photographie de plateau
    Jason Gondziola
  • musique originale
    Matt Tomlinson
  • montage son
    Daniel Toussaint
  • assistant monteur sonore
    Luc Raymond
  • None
    Mira Mailhot
  • ré-enregistrement
    Serge Boivin
  • coordonnateur postproduction
    Linda Payette
  • motion design
  • réalisation graphique
  • graphiques additionnels
    Thanh Pham
  • recherchiste
    Brett Story
  • assistant de production
    Sarah Spring
    Sarah Houde
    James Larden
  • agent, marketing
    Moira Keigher
  • participant
    Ezra Winton
    Samara Grace Chadwick
    Tim McSorley
    Tom Price
    Danielle Dalzell
    Johanne Savoy
    Rob Maguire

  • shoeless

    BIG BOX Zoning Application In the newspaper rezoning for Eco Village on Field Road coming to council! This will be the end of the Sunshine Coast as we know it. Yes the Big Box stores will be in Sechelt but it will hurt all the small businesses on the Sunshine Coast. The small family stores in Sechelt support young families and young children for our schools. Most of the money small businesses make stays in Sechelt. Most of the big box stores profit will leave Sechelt and go to China or to the states. We already have three big box stores on the Sunshine Coast.. Cowrie St. will turn into a boarded up plywood ghost town. Some of the beautiful buildings will be torn down and our young people will leave. The Sechelt down town has a wonderful, peaceful small town nature that will attract tourists and people who want to get away from the busy City. Don't bring the big city life style to the Sunshine Coast. What do you gain, a dollar hear and there maybe. What do you loose, a life style that you will never find again on the Sunshine Coast. I have seen it happen a hundred times, the big box stores move in and the down town small family stores start putting up plywood on their windows and doors. So do we keep Big Box stores out of the Sunshine Coast and keep small family business in Sechelt profitable? Bob Evermon

    shoeless, 23 Jul 2012
  • africaninsimbe

    this movie highlights the need for consumers worldwide to be educated about the high cost of low prices and the effects that multinationals and gigantic corporations have on their cities, towns and countries. Africa is now the target of Walmart and if they are allowed to take over Massmart in South Africa the long term effects will be devastating for small business both retail and manufacturing. What needs to be enacted are severe anti competitive legislation with great emphysis on protection of small business with the process of protection legislated in such a manner that the process is not complicated by expensive litigation which would favour the offender. It is my experience that corporates are very much pyramid structures and the tendency is to shave the bottom levels of the pyramid which represent the lower levels of employees in order to improve profitability

    africaninsimbe, 23 Oct 2011

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