Film

Cat Power! Felines on Film

Cats Don’t Dance

Jun 04 2017
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Cat Power! Felines on Film
Description
Dir. Mark Dindal

This decidedly manic cartoon satire of old-time musical comedies features Scott Bakula as an ambitious cat who hits Hollywood to pursue his dream of becoming a star. With songs by Randy Newman and musical numbers choreographed by the late Gene Kelly (his final film credit), this animated fantasy has become a cult favorite on home video, and we’re delighted to screen a 35mm print of it for fans old and new. (1997, 75 min, 35mm)

About the Series

“There are few films that are not improved by the presence of a cat.” —Anne Billson, The Telegraph

Sadly, the Internet Cat Video Festival has been retired, but in its place YBCA presents a curated series of films centered around our furry, friendly, frisky, and occasionally fearsome feline friends. Drawing on a wide range of genres, from horror to Japanese animation, we’ll consider the soothing and sometimes otherworldly nature of cats, who maintain their mystery even as they begrudgingly let us love them.

SMART (Specialized Mobile Animal Rescue Team)
Thu, May 4, 7:30PM

Cat’s Eye
Fri, May 5, 7:30PM

Eye of the Cat
Sat, May 6, 7PM

The Cat Returns
Sun, May 7, 2PM

Cat People
Thu, May 11, 7:30PM

Roar
Thu, May 18, 7:30PM

The Aristocats
Sun, May 21, 2PM

The Shadow of the Cat
Thu, May 25, 7:30PM

April and the Extraordinary World
Sun, May 28, 2PM

Harry and Tonto
Thu, June 1, 7:30PM

Cats Don’t Dance
Sun, June 4, 2PM

Package
Check out our Family Friendly, Frisky, and Fearsome packages!
Buy tickets to two screenings, get one free!
Ticket Info

Regular Admission: $10

Student, Senior, Teacher: $9
Available in advance at our Box Office or by phone: 415-978-2787

YBCA Members

Pay What You Can level: Regular admission

Individual level and above: $8

All Access and Curator’s Circle: Free

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YBCA Members enjoy 20% off regular admission to all YBCA presented films, with no ticketing fees.

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Credits

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is grateful to the City of San Francisco for its ongoing support.

YBCA Programs in 16-17 are made possible in part by:
The James Irvine Foundation

Additional Funding for YBCA Programs 16-17: National Endowment for the Arts, Adobe, Abundance Foundation, Gaia Fund, Grosvenor, and Members of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Lead Image: Courtesy the distributor.

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