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A documentary by Ceyda Torun
Running time: 79 min
Language: Turkish (with English subtitles)
KEDI is a documentary about the roaming cats of Istanbul. It explores the intricate, layered lives and personalities of these cats through their eyes, showcasing the integral role of the cats and their relationships with humans.
KEDI premiered at the 2016 !f Istanbul Independent Film Festival and was screened at the 2016 Sheffield DocFest.
Join us for the Singapore premiere of KEDI, followed by a post-screening discussion with Veron Lau from the Cat Welfare Society.
Biography of Veron Lau
Veron Lau is a committee member of the Cat Welfare Society in Singapore. She has spent the last seven years working with the society and governmental authorities, advocating for the welfare and humane treatment of community cats.
The National Library and Asian Film Archive are proud to present Alt Screen: Of Animalia – a series showcasing Asian cinematic stories that examine the complex interactions between people and their relationships with animals (or other people). These stories capture the biological, animalistic instincts of modern man, while offering an understanding of humanity.