One of the stars of CatVideoFest, a 70-minute compilation of cat videos.
One of the stars of CatVideoFest, a 70-minute compilation of cat videos. (Handout)

Seventy minutes of cute cat videos may be some people’s idea of hell, but they’re not the target audience for “CatVideoFest,” a celebration of feline belovedness coming to Baltimore’s Landmark Theatres Harbor East on March 11.

The compilation is culled from direct submissions as well as the internet (if you’ve ever been on YouTube, you know how pervasive videos of adorable cat antics are) and other sources.

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Part of the proceeds from “CatVideoFest,” which is playing at movie theaters throughout the country in February and March, will be earmarked for local cat charities, shelters and animal welfare organizations.

Showtime in Baltimore is set for 7 p.m. Monday, March 11, at the Landmark Theatres, 645 S. President St. Tickets are $15. No word on whether audiences will have to supply their own kitty litter.

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