Friday, October 9, 2015
This year's event is FREE to attend but we will gladly accept a suggested donation of $10 or more at the event. Plus, we'll again have a silent auction featuring Hollis Gillespie's Crazy Cat Lady Litter Baskets!
6:30pm - Set up your camp chair or blanket. Bring a picnic, or we'll have a local food truck on hand. Mingle. Bid on Hollis Gillespie's Crazy Cat Lady Litter Baskets. Order a "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" honeysuckle lemonade from Cathead Vodka. Show off your crazy cat person attire!
7:35pm - Intro remarks. Prize awarded for best crazy cat person attire!
7:45pm - Watch Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties. (Play the "Lasanga" drinking game.)
9:15pm - The end! Be sure to make a donation to Lifeline Animal Project before you leave!
(on the lawn outside of Sweet Cheats bakery)
692 Kirkwood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
Please view the above map for the location of street parking around the park. Cabbagetown is a small community, so using Uber, Lyft, or alternate means of transportation is encouraged and appreciated!
2015 WRAP-UP! In 2015 we hosted a FREE special screening of a kitty classic as a THANK YOU for your support of the Feline Film Fest. To date, your generous donations have raised over $7,200 for LifeLine Animal Project and the kitties!
We're mixing it up this year and instead of internet cat videos we're letting Hollywood entertain you. But we plan to return to Feline Film Fest cat video programming in 2016!
Live action and 3-D animation mix to bring everyone's favorite lasanga-loving cat to the big screen. Garfield (Bill Murray) stows away in Jon's (Breckin Meyer) suitcase and follows him to England, where Jon plans to propose to Liz (Jennifer Love Hewitt). Garfield receives the royal treatment after he's mistaken for Prince (Tim Curry), the heir to a grand castle. But the feline will need all nine lives to foil the plans of evil Lord Dargis (Billy Connolly), who wants to turn the castle into a resort.
Although the event is free this year, please remember that it is a charity fundraiser and your donations are greatly appreciated. Donate $10 at the event and this will feed a shelter cat for about a week. Donate $20 and pay for all a cat's vaccinations or a spay/neuter.
Can't attend, but want to help LifeLine Animal Project? Buy the kitties something from their Amazon wishlist.
* This event is a charity fundraiser and as such donations and sponsorship contributions are non-refundable.Thank you!
See all the fun we had at the 2013 and 2014 events.
Get in on the fun and help the Feline Film Festival by being a sponsor. Sponsorships are available with a small monetary or in-kind donation.
Can't get enough of the kitties? Neither can we. See more cats!
We know there are other feline-centric film fests, but none are in Atlanta, where this event will be held. And how could there ever be too many cat film fests? There's plenty of cattitude to go around.