In August of this year, your favorite cat videos will make the move off of your computer screen and onto the big screen for the first ever “Internet Cat Video Film Festival.” “I could not be more excited to literally bring this solo cat video viewing behavior out in the open,” event organizer Katie Czarniecki Hill said in a blog post announcing the event. Set to be held August 30th at the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis, the cat-friendly hour-long festival will be free to attend and encourages cat enthusiasts to submit their own favorite feline flicks to be included in the presentation. Read the full story at Mashable.
Lights, Camera, Meow! Cat Videos Get Their First Film Festival
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