Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Wednesday Word—Premiere

Today is the World Premiere of my new video so step lively on the red carpet. If Joan Rivers gets in your way, you have my permission to knock her over claw her. MOL!

This—my most ambitious video to date—shows a predatory cat on the prowl for a late-night snack. Watch as this cold-blooded killer, played by yours truly, hunts down prey under the cover of darkness. Never was so much "said" in just over one minute. Full-screen viewing is not recommended since it was filmed with minimal light. Sit down, relax and enjoy the premiere of Midnight Snack, which can also be viewed on YouTube.


Midnight Snack was written, produced and directed by Cathy Keisha. Music used by permission of Richard Ball from his album The Art of the Flute. All copyrights apply. Click here if you'd like to hear more of his music or to purchase it.

Hope you enjoyed the video and I'll be looking forward to reading your reviews.


36 comments:

Prancer Pie said...

We saw you go into your teleportation tunnel and never come back out. Where did you go after your late-night snack?

Clooney said...

CK, you are so much fun! We really enjoyed your video and the tunnel was the purr-fect touch!

Andrea and the Celestial Kitties said...

The mighty huntress takes down her prey! Awesome and gruesome! MOL

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Your video made me hungry, CK!

Molly The Wally said...

Pawsome Keisha. Wow a midnight snack attack. We drooled allover the keyboard at the thought of food. Brave encore encore. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
Best wishes Molly

Ann Staub said...

Awesome video CK! Looks like you can't even get a little midnight snack without to paparazzi following you everywhere haha...

Patty Woodland said...

Ooooh, that looked so mysterious

Prudence said...

Apaws, apaws! *clapping paws wildly* We love it CK! The mood, the music, the tunnel! As a pup that loves a midnight nosh, your video "spoke" to me!

FURKIDSMOM said...

That video is sure to win an AcaTamy award!!!

The Florida Furkids

GizmoGeodog said...

Totally stunning CK! What a stealthy predator you are with special effects and everything...WTG!

Quinn and Angel brandi said...

I think the red carpet awaits! Definitely a winner!

Kjelle Bus said...

PAWsome vidoe on your nightsnack meal !!
XOXO

Mariodacat said...

BRAVO (clapping loudly) Excellent job CK. What a hunter you are.

Anonymous said...

I cannot believe that TW had the nerve to follow you, with flashlight and video camera, at one of your most personal times! On your way to a well deserved late night snack...sheesh! Oh, and I just luvluvluv your multi-colored teleport tunnel, high paws Savannah

da tabbies o trout towne said...

cathy keisha...we give yur mewvie 25 paws up; de viz ewe ull effects wuz like sue peer ear ore.....we wuz in total suspenz when ya went ta de food dish...salmon, trout, hamburgers.... pork roast....

KIBBLE !!!?????

N when ya wented into de hudson river tunnel we hoped N prayed ya rememburred yur fishin pole...paws crossed...paws crossed...onlee ta find out ya was in de steinway tunnel....

then we taked a nap :)



Fenris and Family said...

We were very impressed with how you viciously stalked your snack and gobbled it right up.

Boris Kitty said...

OMC u iz a beary determined kitteh when it comes to midnite snackies! We would be all ovah dat light on da floor.

Yeah, where did u goes affer enterin dat wormhole?

Jan's Funny Farm said...

You must eat light. A bite or two sustained you. Around here we'd call that a sniff. No wonder you've kept your girlish figure.

The Musings Of A Crazy Cat Lady said...

That's very funny and as always, very stunning. May I finish what you left in your bowl? :) Abbi

Katie and Glogirly said...

BRAVA!!! BRAVA!!!
< paw claps and mews >

Brilliant, CK...simply brilliant.
The way you walked up to our dish, snacked and then turned to walk away. Now THAT's method acting.

And when you entered the tunnel without so much as a pause. This is Oscar material.

: ) Katie

Cole Cat said...

Bravo! You showed that kibble all righty! Purrs from your admiring fans at Colehauscats.com

Fisher and Staff said...

Encore, Encore! Nicely done. Such artistry. And a special thanks for giving me a reason to knock down Joan Rivers.

JessieJaney said...

Excellent stealth mode in use for the entire minute CK and loved the way you disappeared into middle earth at the end APPAWS APPAWS xxx

CATachresis said...

Never has kibble been so owned!!!!

Sometimes, Cats Herd You said...

You are so focused, CK! If our peeps chased us around in the dark with the flashlight, we could not concentrate enough to put on such an outstanding performance.

Lyvonne of ei and lbp said...

Thought for a minute that she wasn't going to catch her prey.

So cute - Happy WW!

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

roflmao! i thought I was watching Wild kingdom for a minute with that music!
gotta tell you, CK is one PATIENT cat!
She was probably thinking "what in the hell is that crazy woman doing following me with a flashlight?" She had to go into the tunnel to get the hell away from you!! lol
Seriously....great job!
xoxoxo

Brian said...

That was terrific CK and the tunnel magic ending was purrfect!

Derby, Ducky said...

We loved the ending of disappear into the tunnel. Like "leave me alone now"

The Island Cats said...

That was totally amazing, CK. Amazing that you let TW follow you around with the camera.

Angel MoMo's mom said...

Oh my! You allowed yourself being followed around in the dark?

Sierra said...

Great video, and the music was awesome!!

Purrs,
Carmine and Milita

Marilia said...

Nice video and music!!!!

Whskr & Dash Kitten said...

Love the music! So atmospheric for your fun film. Its tough filming in the dark!

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

This viewer was left stunned by the emotional range of CK's perfawmance. We laughed, we cried, we gasped in suspense, we thought about finding some kibble of our own to eat--so then we went out to the lobby refreshment stand.

When I came back to my seat, I had to tappity-tap the Human wif my claws to get her to play it again. This time I focused on the shaky hand-held camera work--SOOOOOO cinéma vérité! The musical accompaniment provided a needed counterpoint to the jerky movement of the dim flashlight.

Finally, the disappearance into the multicolored tunnel symbolized the descent into madness, an impression confirmed by the final lonely shot of the Girl Trapped in Time.

Four stars.

meowmeowmans said...

This is, quite simply, a Tour de Force. Stunning, CK!