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CatVideoFest 2020

A compilation reel of the latest and best cat videos culled from countless hours of unique submissions and sourced animations, music videos and classic internet powerhouses.

Running Time
1 hours 15 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Alex P. Kitten
Country
USA
Year
2020
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «CatVideoFest 2020» (20)

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Doris

This was not a traditional film festival, at all. Instead, it was a movie-tour-in-a-van, much like the Dutch film festivals. It was a visual experience to see a new film every weekend. The DVD has everything in it. Great footage, interactive features, and a 10-minute preview. With such an audience, and the film-in-a-van method, it makes this a film festival experience that will last for a long time. It's a personal video experience to take home, and an interesting and unique film-tour experience. Highly recommended.

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Grace

A set of brilliant, comprehensive documentaries, with those looking for some brief explanation or background information for the subject matter, can easily find many of the documentaries elsewhere. This film is the missing link and the best yet of the 2017 documentaries. It gives us not only the background information on the men behind the concept, but also gives us the details of how each of them lived. Each is inspiring, yet sadly nearly all of them were lost as a result of trying to put together a philosophy as complex as "freedom". This film is a must see for those that love philosophy, history, science, or any group that is interested in knowing the details of a grandeur that has touched peoples lives. You do not need to be an intellectual to appreciate the beauty of this film, but it requires that you accept it, regardless of your intellectual ability. This is simply an example of a documentary that shows the direct result of the creative ideas, instead of having them condensed into two hours of text. I've seen this film five times, and it doesn't get old!

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Larry R.

I have watched the original film in the theater in 2007, and I am a fan of the first two films. I was excited to see this one, and I was not disappointed. The story is good, the characters are interesting, and the special effects are great. The only thing I did not like was the ending. I think they could have added a bit more depth to it. I would have liked to see more of the aliens, and more of the world they live in. I also would have liked to see more of the humans, and their reactions to the aliens. Overall, it was a good movie.

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Anthony Banks

A very well made film that seems to attract a lot of 'action'. I think it's about time that a film about it took place. This film makes me cry every time I watch it. I always have a hard time watching documentaries on the movies and documentaries about movies when they can make me cry. This film had that effect on me. I never think it's possible that such a film could be made. I always watch films on TV to see if there's anything I can do myself. This film gave me hope for what's going to happen. For the filmmakers that were interviewed this film is very very special. I hope to see more documentaries made about the movie industry in the future.

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Jennifer Holmes

I don't know if this was the right movie to put together this year. It was too long. The most interesting parts were the behind the scenes stuff. The film makers showed how they did things. I think they should have focused on the "behind the scenes" stuff and not on the "what they did". This was a good documentary, but I would have liked to have seen more of the "behind the scenes". The music was good, and the film makers did a great job of showing how they did things. It was very interesting. I would definitely recommend this film.

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Ruth Johnson

Like Mr Schlosser said in the trailer, "This film will be an encyclopedia of cinematic knowledge in one movie." And it has! "What We Talk About When We Talk About Film" is an in-depth look at the major and minor films of the last 20 years. The views of each director are clearly presented, some are excellent, some are mediocre, and some are extremely disappointing. Not one of the directors mentioned is a household name, and that makes this movie a must-see for all movie lovers. It is also very informative and entertaining for a non-film-goer. And to think it took an award-winning documentary to show such a bias against current (good) filmmakers. As a longtime movie buff, I was thrilled to see this documentary, and I hope I am not the only one who felt that way. If you haven't seen it yet, watch it, but be warned, it is not the same as a documentary.

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Susan

I'm a huge fan of David Byrne and I'm glad that he made the time to make this documentary. I'm also glad that the video format allowed us to see what was going on in the studio during the day. I don't know how much time was spent on the set but I think it was a good amount. I'm glad that this was done before the film "The Best of David Byrne" was released but it was really worth the time spent on this. It's a documentary that I would recommend to everyone. The movie was also very well made and it was very interesting to watch. I would say that it was a documentary that I would recommend to everyone. I would say that it was worth the time spent watching it.

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Rebecca Flores

I went to the film festival for the first time in 2011, and it was a huge disappointment. After the first screening I was really disappointed, the film was not good at all, it was full of clichés, and it was boring. I never really understood why the director chose to use the same scenes over and over again, it was really annoying. The festival organizers should have worked harder to make the film better, because it was not. The only reason I went to the festival was to see the director, but he was not there at all. I think the festival organizers should have been more careful with the film they were screening, because it was really bad.

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Maria

I watched this at the Vancouver Film Festival in March. I was not expecting to enjoy this movie so much. The film is a mix of true and fictional stories, some of which were the most compelling. The director, Brian A. Burns, is a fantastic storyteller. I can't wait to see what he does next.

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Diana

I was pleasantly surprised by this year's carnival of low budget horror. The self-releasing of horror has become a virtual "industry" for independent filmmakers. This year, the films that found their way to me were: Day of the Dead, Cake, 'Shrooms, & Light of the Moon. The narrative structure was fairly unique, although it was not a twisty road movie, and all the story was told in the first ten minutes. The special effects and concept of taking your beloved pet to the other side is something that I truly admire. The characters were the more intriguing part of the film, with some characters lacking depth, while others had strong or unique personalities. The special effects were really impressive, and the acting was very realistic. Also, I have been a HUGE fan of low budget films for some time now, and this film is amazing! There were some awkward moments, but it was great to see all the films produced in the field. I hope to see more films like this in the future. I am so excited to see what comes from the future. Hopefully we will see more horror films produced from the unique stories that are made out of this crazy and experimental scene of cinema.

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Madison

This is the best movie I have ever seen! If you want to know the meaning of life, this is the best movie to see! Don't take it so seriously. I think the movie is very beautiful. It shows the biggest waste of time we have every year. Don't take it too seriously. The story is not the best but I'm sure you will be amazed. Thank you, Mert Groell

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Gregory R.

This documentary should be required viewing for everyone, not only for those involved with the music business, but also everyone concerned about the consumer choices we make every day. The film gives me such hope for the future of music, where everyone can have the opportunity to create music freely and everyone can have the freedom to create their music. It has the power to inspire people to create music for the future, and it does this by sharing the challenges and triumphs that music artists and labels have faced in recent years. This is a must-see for anyone who loves music, or anyone who wants to learn more about the business.

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Adam Clark

Anyone who hates abortion and support an anti-abortion movement should not be invited. These types of people make documentaries about abortion and it should be banned. We must never have to support abortion. The pro-life movement is, by definition, anti-abortion and all that goes with it. This documentary also warns viewers that the tide is turning, and we need to start with our own communities.

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Lori Weber

I was very pleased with this film. I have seen many documentaries about the Jewish experience in Europe and was curious to see what I had missed. The film does not try to answer the questions of what happened during the Holocaust, it simply focuses on the actions of the Jewish people in Europe. The film is extremely well made, and the directing is very good. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the Holocaust. It is not a film that will make you feel good about yourself or make you feel like you have a responsibility to do something to help the Jewish people. The film is a very good introduction to the Holocaust and a good film for people to see. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the Holocaust. This is a great film for people who want to see the Holocaust in a different way.

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Teresa

I am not a fan of documentaries, but I do like a good one. I am very happy with this one. It is about the world of video games, and I found it to be very interesting. The documentary takes a look at the various aspects of the video game industry, and their role in the entertainment industry. I really liked the interviewees and the way they talked about their lives and careers. The only negative thing I can say is that the video game industry has become a very competitive and very popular industry, which means that the producers and the filmmakers of this film could have done a much better job. The interviewees talk about how they make their video games, and it seemed like they were very excited about it, but I think they could have done a better job. I think it would have been better if they did not talk about the video game industry at all. The documentary was very interesting, and I enjoyed it. It was also very well done. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in video games, and I am very happy that I watched it.

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Patrick Duncan

One of the more promising documentaries to come out of the past few years. I'm not saying there are movies that deserve praise for their excellence, but I do say that most documentaries give you the briefest glimpse of something that will probably never be the same again, and this is probably one of the reasons it has been such a lucrative genre in the last ten years. But who wants to watch more movies that are the same as the one you already saw? This one's different. It's about a pair of filmmakers who set out to create a film that would have a profound effect on the world of cinema. So for me, this was a story of two people who find that their films can impact the world and the world reacts to it in a very powerful way. It's no wonder the Academy put them on the same panel with Schindler's List and Forrest Gump and 12 Years a Slave and Citizen Kane. They have done an extraordinary job of bringing this story of two people and their vision to the world. It's not about Hollywood; it's about what it takes to get people to watch a film, to go to a festival, to get your foot in the door. If you go to this film, you'll know a lot more about what is being produced, but also, you'll see a movie that most people can relate to and really think about. I loved it.

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Kelly S.

This film is not one of those documentaries that you would hear about in the media and hear about other documentaries about. It is an intimate look into the lives of the people behind the scenes at a video production company. They are real people, like you or me. This film is incredibly powerful. It is truly powerful to watch people leave the movie with a great sense of accomplishment and pride. What is also so powerful about the film is that the people involved are not on TV or in print media, but they are the people in your own life. It is very rare to find that at a film festival. You go to these films to watch actors and directors, but you come to see people. I can not wait to see more of this film, and I can not wait to go to the film festival in Atlanta. I hope that this film will be nominated for multiple awards, because it deserves it. This film is so powerful that I am scared to watch it alone. If you watch this film, be sure to listen closely to the conversations and messages, because it really touches your heart.

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Frank H.

The most important thing about this film is that it is a tribute to the best of the 80's music. While the majority of the music featured here is not new or groundbreaking, it is still very good. The only thing I would change is that I would have liked to have seen more of the music. I'm not a huge fan of the music featured here, but I do like the music that was featured here. The songs featured in the film are great. The songs featured here are very well done and are fun to listen to. The performances are also great. I do not like the way that the film portrays the singers, but I do not feel that it is unfair to the singers to not show them. Overall, I do not think that the film is that bad, and I think that it is very good. I think that the film is very underrated and I would recommend it to fans of the music that was featured here. I would also recommend the film to fans of music that was not featured in the film.

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Betty N.

This is a wonderful documentary. The focus is on the festival, not the attendees. The entire festival is fascinating, and is not all about the entertainment. The film is not a love story, and does not glamorize drugs. The film is about the people who are involved in the drug trade. It is a very realistic look at the trade and its effects. The film is not a lecture, but a call to action. The film is very well done, and it is well worth seeing.

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Kelly

This is a great documentary that tells the story of how our first 2 generations of humans had to struggle to survive and thrive on their own. The film is amazing. It is full of inspiring stories and it is not afraid to show the ugly side of our world. It is a must see for all who want to know what it's like to be a human and what it is like to be a human on this planet. I give this film a 10/10.