Fandor Acquires Cannes Film ‘The Strange Little Cat’ For Day-and-Date Release (Exclusive)

The German dramedy will get a minimum one week run at Lincoln Center

Fandor, the online streaming film company run by Ted Hope, has acquired German director Ramon Zürcher’s domestic dramedy “The Strange Little Cat” for a day-and-date release.

The movie, which premiered at the 2013 Berlin Film Festival and later played that year at Cannes and Toronto, will get a minimum one week run at Lincoln Center in New York starting on Aug. 2nd, while it will also stream on Fandor.

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The film explores “deeper meaning of the trivial in this droll narrative centered on a seemingly uneventful day in the life of a Berlin family.”

Here’s just how uneventful the day is: “Siblings Karin and Simon return home to visit their parents and younger sister and to help prepare dinner for their extended family. Events unfold leisurely, but with plenty of underlying and unstated tensions inevitable in a flat overstuffed with a mother, father, children, grandmother and cat. The eponymous ginger feline offers consolation and possibly the film’s point of view.”

The Strange Little Cat (Trailer) from KimStim on Vimeo.