There are five finalists in the Catdance Film Festival, run by Fresh Step Cat Litter, which offers a $10,000 prize for the winner. Go here to see them all and vote for your favorite.
This one, called “Catalogue,” is created by Alana Grelyak and directed by Michael Gabriele. I don’t have time to watch the other four, but weigh in below with your favorite.
The YouTube description:
Miriam and Ken order a bedroom set for their new home and it arrives exactly as advertised, which ends up being more than they were hoping for. “Catalogue” was inspired by Rocky the cat, who’s chameleon-like ability to blend into the sheets coupled with his love for napping made us wonder what would happen if he’d been delivered with someone’s new bed. He’s a screen veteran and has appeared in several other short films in his thirteen-year career, but has never matched the sheets better than he does in “Catalogue.” Click here to cast your vote for this video in our Catdance Viewer’s Choice contest: http://frsh.stp.io/sltiHw
I am at Clemson, after having spent four hours making a two-hour drive from Augusta. The delay: a GPS that sent me all over creation. It finally directed me into a truck lot, at which point I made some phone calls and had a human direct me (thanks, Pradeep!). I thought those things were reliable.
I never want to hear the word “recalibrating” again.