Cherry Pop: The Story of the World’s Fanciest Cat

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WICKER KITTENS
Oakland School for the Arts Sun, Jun 8, 2014 12:30 PM
Open the box. Dump out all the pieces. And scramble for your lives. Because this is competitive jigsaw puzzling. And it turns even the mildest of mannered Midwesterners into stone-cold competitors. Every January, the top teams in the game gather at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in frigid Minnesota to determine the fastest puzzlers in the country. Who will win and put the pieces back together. Screens with Strike and Cherry Pop: The Story of the World’s Fanciest Cat. - JM
WICKER KITTENS
Roxie Theatre Sat, Jun 14, 2014 2:30 PM
Open the box. Dump out all the pieces. And scramble for your lives. Because this is competitive jigsaw puzzling. And it turns even the mildest of mannered Midwesterners into stone-cold competitors. Every January, the top teams in the game gather at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in frigid Minnesota to determine the fastest puzzlers in the country. Who will win and put the pieces back together. Screens with Strike and Cherry Pop: The Story of the World’s Fanciest Cat. - JM
WICKER KITTENS
Roxie Theatre Tue, Jun 17, 2014 7:00 PM
Open the box. Dump out all the pieces. And scramble for your lives. Because this is competitive jigsaw puzzling. And it turns even the mildest of mannered Midwesterners into stone-cold competitors. Every January, the top teams in the game gather at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in frigid Minnesota to determine the fastest puzzlers in the country. Who will win and put the pieces back together. Screens with Strike and Cherry Pop: The Story of the World’s Fanciest Cat. - JM
Film Info
Director:Kareem Tabsch
Running Time:11
Country:USA
Year of Release:2014
Premiere:West Coast Premiere

Description

She ate nothing but filet Mignon and Evian water, traveled in customized Louis Vuitton luggage, and lounged in a mini-Rolls Royce Corniche. For her birthday there were chartered yachts and orchestras. Her lavish living made her a celebrity and she appeared everywhere in Time Magazine, The New York Times, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. Her owners Huey and Vi Vanek, were no ordinary people either. While the lavish life they gave their cat seemed like mere eccentricity, the Vaneks were using the spotlight they were sharing with Cherry Pop to talk about the plights of homeless animals.