The Catdance Film Festival

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

It's a real thing. Brought to you by Fresh Step, Catdance, which featured the screening of five films with cats, was held this Saturday in Park City, Utah, during the Sundance Film Festival.

From Huffington Post:
The five short films that were featured went beyond the typical surprised-kitty or cat-threatens-dog fare popular on YouTube. The Catdance films, culled from submissions by cat lovers across the country, told creative, feline-focused tales. There was the story of an aging Internet cat who can't cope with the loss of fame and "A Cat's Guide to Caring for a Human."

"Humans are inherently lazy," reported the latter film in a '50s-inspired instructional style. "Left to their own devices, they will sleep well past the break of dawn."

Other films included "Catalogue," where a couple orders a bedspread from a catalog and is surprised to see that the cat shown in the photo was shipped with the comforter. "Rocky" tells a heartfelt story of a man's 17-year relationship with his cat. In "A Change of Heart," a photo of a cat on a cellphone saves a failing relationship.
Head over to the festival's website, where you can vote for the winner, who will receive $10,000.
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