From: Freya (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Mar 12 2008 - 05:07:52 PDT
It seems like that cat had impecible taste in films.
You should have got her to curate an event. :)
I love that Anthology are putting on a cat memorial!
Stories like this make me think better of the human
race at a time when my belief in things are at a low
ebb. I would never have guessed that Anthology had a
feline amongst their number. I think being able to
care about and feel a connection with animals is a
I also just love the idea of an event of cat films. I
thought for a second how wonderful it would be to put
on such an event, just for the hell of it but then was
torn that it seems a slightly trivial thing to do when
there is so much more serious issues, so I was much
amused and delighted to hear about the black Panthers
turning up at Pola's event!
You definitely have some cool cats over there. :)
--- andrew lampert <email suppressed> wrote:
> Film friends
> If you visited Anthology from 1990-2007 you might
> have met Max, our cat. She lived in the office and
> often traveled throughout the building. We're
> holding a memorial screening this Saturday at 8pm
> which will include new reminiscences by Jonas Mekas,
> 4 cat films by Brakhage (who, seriously, was one of
> Max's favorite filmmakers), Martha Colburn, Hollis
> Frampton and, I believe, some of Pola Chapelle's cat
> film omnibus INTERCAT 69.
> Amazingly, an article about this get together was
> published in today's NY SUN newspaper:
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