They are hairy, and terribly cute. Recently, it has entrusted the heavy task of saving the cinemas of the bankruptcy. The Quarantine Cat Film Festival, event, digital devoted to cats, want to make these cute balls of hair in the service of the seventh art in donating half of its profits to independent exhibitors, heavily affected by the crisis of the sars coronavirus.read also : The cat is in the process of becoming a pest?
The event, at the initiative of Brian Mendelssohn, the founder of Row House Cinema in Pittsburgh, offers online viewing of a film of 75 minutes, involving no less than 130 cats from around the world, selected in a selection of over 1200 videos. "The Quarantine Cat Film Festival is a compilation of cats the most cute, funny, brave and loving filmed during the confinement," one can read on the website of the event.read also : movie theaters, AMC threatened with bankruptcy by a health crisis
To participate, simply visit the site rowhouse.online and pay $ 12. The half of the sum will be paid to the film chosen by the festival-goer, in the United States or elsewhere. A welcome initiative as the cinema, closed since the beginning of the epidemic, coronaviruses, fear bankruptcy. To complete to convince you, a taste of the film, available from Friday, can be viewed on YouTube.