"How the Cat and the Dog Washed the Floor" is a short Soviet animated film of 1977 based on the fairy tale of Josef Czapek. Having woken up in the morning, the cat and dog saw that there was a very dirty floor in their house. Not finding an improvised means for cleaning, they decide to wash the floor with the help of - each other. And this took them all day.
It will take a lot more than a lack of talent to stop an ambitious kitten’s dream of joining in the songs of Feline City.
‘i needed to say this becaseh I actauly needs to get sum stuff of mi chest sort of thing’
The youngest of the three sons of the miller was sitting sadly in front of his cabin. While his brothers had inherited their father's mill and donkey, all he had gotten was an old tomcat. But what he did not know: it was a quite gifted tomcat. A tomcat, which could speak and walk like a human on two legs. How this cat got his boots and how he succeeded to make the millers son a rich man is told in this story. A story, which is one of the most famous in the Grimm brothers collection of fairytales and to this day has not lost it's fascination and charms.
A cat is abandoned in front of Yeongwoo and Jinhee's studio, the contract period of which is about to expire. The cat comes into the studio and wags their stories.
Tel Aviv, 2007. A man is so annoyed by a cat's on-going meows, that he decides to abduct the cat and deport it to the West Bank. He thus embarks on a long and complicated journey with the sole purpose of ridding himself of this unpleasant neighbour.
Misse the cat is searching for the country of the many mice. He meets five green-eyed cats. They think that Misse is strange with his blue eyes.
Were is a dark, tense and atmospheric horror short, about three girls camping in the woods who are approached by a sinister stranger. With a killer ending.
Based on true events, the short independent film, "Isabella" reenacts the sudden and emotional death of a dear family pet, showcasing how one family overcomes the heartache of their loss.
"I'm known for my grace and my curiosity..." Designed with the rich look and moody irony of a classic 1940's Noir film, C. A. T. is a wry homage to classic movies, and a celebration of the infuriating glory of cats. An alluring and remote low-voiced woman (une chatte fatale, as it were) sings to us of her unmistakable feline nature. A shadowy upright-bass player is seen now and then, accompanying the cat's slow and confident jazz song. Sandra Boynton wrote, designed, and directed this stylish and clever short film.
A silent Experimental film to be shown with a live dance piece by the actress.
A young woman who used to be a cat must overcome her fear of water in order to save her relationship.
Documentary about the abandonment of cats in the Carlos Thays botanical garden, in the city of Buenos Aires, which is a very old problem. To help alleviate this problem there is the Botanist's Cats Protection Commission. This documentary not only reflects the work of the group but also the risks to which an animal exposes when abandoned. This documentary is produced, recorded and edited by Georgina Zanardi, image and sound designer, founder of Mondo Lila Producciones and volunteer for the Botanical's cat protection commission. The music is composed by Leandro Bajar, guitarist and composer in various musical groups, the music was recorded by Christian Vieyra. The sound design is done by Iván Rivelli, an audiovisual graduate, the graphic design is in charge of Francisca Brown, graphic designer and volunteer for the Botanist's cat protection commission.