Kedi (U)

F Rated Film
Wednesday 26th July 2017 - Saturday 29th July 2017

Kedi, which means Feline in Turkish, is filmmaker Ceyda Torun’s “magical and remarkable” (Variety) documentary feature about the street cats of Istanbul. For many hundreds of years, street cats have wandered in and out of local people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that make Turkey’s biggest city so rich. The cats of Istanbul live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame and bring joy to the humans they choose to adopt. Kedi revolves around the lives of 7 leading cats – Sari (The Hustler), Bengü (The Lover), Aslan Parçasi (The Hunter), Psikopat (The Psycho), Deniz (The Social Butterfly), Duman (The Gentleman) and Gamsiz (The Player).

Dir. Ceyda Torun, Turkey, 2016, 79 mins, subtitled.

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 Wednesday 26th Jul 2017  6:00pm
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 Friday 28th Jul 2017  8:30pm
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 Saturday 29th Jul 2017  2:30pm
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