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Internet Cat Video Film Festival Promises Plenty Of Laughs, Currently Accepting Submissions

Cat Film Festival

Are you a die-hard fans of Cannes? Perhaps you can’t live without the Toronto Film Festival. Well now there is the Internet Cat Video Film Festival, an event created by the Walker Art Center in an attempt to celebrate all the crazy and often hilarious things our cats do on a regular basis.

The Walker Art Center’s blog describes the event:

Walker Open Field welcomes cat lovers (and challenges haters – c’mon, you know who you are) to openly release your cat-video-induced giggles and emotions that are otherwise muffled by computer screens and constrained by cubicles. Rejoice and be free like my favorite triumphant slow-motion kitten playing in the video below. Let’s transform this singular small screen viewing experience into a shared celebration with the larger-than-life projection of these silly clips out on the Open Field.

You can submit your favorite personal cat videos until July 30th and the film festival will take place on august 30th, 2012.

The group says everyone is invited to attend the event and they joke that you don’t have to be a cat lady to attend because even dog-lovers will have a few good laughs at some of the silly antics cats can get themselves into.

So what exactly would qualify as a good cat video for the film festival? Here’s one example provided on the centers blog:

Crazy cat moments, hilarious cat fails, what you choose to submit is up to you, as long as its entertaining and family friendly you have a chance at a spot in the festival.

In the meantime here are a few more examples of hilarious cat fails:

And one more just for fun:

Would you like to attend the Internet Cat Video Film Festival?

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One Response to “Internet Cat Video Film Festival Promises Plenty Of Laughs, Currently Accepting Submissions”

  1. Norbert Suchanek

    I like cats! But why mainstream media from the NY Times to the LA Times, from ABC to BBC are publishing news about a Cat Film Festival and did not publish news about the world wide important Nuclear Energy & Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro – last july held in the cinema of Rio de Janeiro's Modern Art Museum MAM?
    http://www.uraniumfilmfestival.org