Have you seen the news? We’re gonna have our very own Internet Cat Video Film Festival hosted by the Walker Art Center in Minnesota!
You are invited to nominate your favorite cat videos online, until July 30.
More info here:
“It is an experiment,” she said. “It will be interesting to see if people think it is silly, or great, or a waste of time. But I like the idea of everyone admitting they like cat videos.”
The film festival will start at dusk, and will last 45 minutes to an hour.
That may not sound like a long time, but most cat videos on YouTube are less than a minute so the festival should allow for plenty of feline fun.
The festival is part of the Walker Open Field summer program, which is all about community building and experimentation. So rather than acting as a traditional curator, Czarniecki Hill said she will be collecting cat video nominations from the general public — focusing especially on the local community. Then she’ll screen those nominations, and decide which videos will make the cut.
The winning videos will be projected on a building wall near the art center.
Even more info here. I’m so excited!
Also, tomorrow I will feature a brand new video that my human had taken in France. Here’s a hint on what it will be about:
Please come back tomorrow to see my new video.
Good luck to all participants!