Dallas Video Fest and The Texas Theatre Are Teaming Up For A Night of Cat Videos.

If cats rule the internet and the internet rules the world, then by the transitive property, cats rule the world — a fact not lost of the folks behind the Dallas Video Fest and at the Texas Theatre, who are teaming up to host a night of cat video screenings at the Texas Theatre on Wednesday, August 24.

On that night, the theater will play host to the Internet Cat Video Festival, screening cat videos that have been curated by Minneapolis’ Walker Art Center and Will Braden, the man behind the popular Henri Le Chat Noir cat video series.

The event will screen some 100 cat videos that have been separated into categories including Comedy, Drama, Animated, Musical, Action, Vintage, and Documentary. There is also a call for local cat video submissions that are between 30 seconds and three minutes in length.

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More of a cat content consumer than creator? That’s fine, too. Tickets to the event are available here for $15. A portion of the proceeds from the night will go to the Operation Kindness No-Kill Animal Shelter.

Cover photo courtesy Dallas Video Fest and the Internet Cat Video Festival.

















































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